Main Page


Commodities Globally



 Identifying the values of your commodity

Our first step is to try to understand the product you wish to engage in. We look at your financial situation, which helps us understand the quantity of the product you're looking to purchase, also any risk you’re able to take. We look at your financial goals, which define the returns you require. We look at your current indicated financials, which dictate the risk you’re willing to take. And finally, we look at the valued interest of investments and opportunities you wish to enter. Taking these points into account, we ask five questions to guide us in finding the right investment strategy for you.

What are the examples of commodities?
Energy products include crude oil, natural gas, and gasoline. Precious metals include gold, silver, and platinum. Agricultural products include wheat, corn, soybeans, and livestock. Other commodities you can trade are coffee, sugar, cotton, and frozen orange juice.

Our Investors break down commodities into two categories: hard and soft. Hard commodities require mining or drilling, such as metals like gold, copper, and aluminium, and energy products like crude oil, natural gas, and unleaded gasoline. Soft commodities refer to things that are grown or ranched, such as corn, wheat, soybeans, and cattle.


 Finding Value In Commodities

Where active more than ever, due to the strong support for enriched commodities globally. The global economic rebound in developed countries and the urbanization and rising wealth in economies from major countries have helped to drive demand. Emerging markets are the global growth engines, and China, especially, has been a big buyer of commodities. The Federal Reserve's two rounds of quantitative easing and the resulting weakness in the U.S. dollar are providing more tailwinds for commodities. Bernanke's rock-bottom-rate policy has helped to rekindle animal spirits, leading more investors to embrace cyclical and economically sensitive instruments.

Why we provide a Comprehensive Pricing?
We provide comprehensive coverage of spots & forward pricing across all commodity markets. Intuitive search helps you identify prices of interest and charting analytics

Most commonly traded commodities by group
• Crude Oil and derivatives
• Coffee –
• Agriculture – Including wheat, corn, maize, oats, rice, soybeans.
• Animals and Animal Products – Such as live and feeder cattle, beef, frozen and fresh pork bellies, and eggs.
• Cocoa, butter, orange juice and sugar.
• Metals – Metals such as aluminium, nickel, copper, lead and ferrous scrap.

The other commonly traded commodities are precious
• Precious metals – metals such as gold, silver and platinum.
• Plastic
• Natural Gas
• Bio-fuels


Main Page




Terms & conditions | Privacy statement | Disclaimer | Code of practice