CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 76.50% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

Trading commodities with ThinkMarkets

Tight spreads

Benefit from tight spreads from as low as $0.02 on WTI, $0.06 on gold and $0.022 on silver.

10:1 Leverage

Control a position on WTI up to $10,000 in size with just a $1,000 deposit.

Flexible contract sizes

Choose a contract size that meets your trading needs, starting from just 0.1.

Why trade commodities?

Go long or short

Benefit in both rising and falling markets by going long or short.

23/5 market access

Explore opportunities with 23/5 market access to the world’s most popular commodities.

Deep liquidity

Quickly open and close positions at any time with fair and transparent pricing.

Commodities CFD trading scenarios

COMMODITY
WTI
ENTRY PRICE
$80
TRADE SIZE
100 contracts
TRADE VALUE
$80 x 100 = $8,000
REQUIRED MARGIN (10:1)
$8,000 / 10 = $800
Going long (buy)
Going short (sell)

Your research tells you that gold’s price is going to rise.

SCENARIO A

EXIT PRICE

$82

 

PROFIT/LOSS

=(Exit price - entry price) × Trade size

=(82 -80) × 100

= 2 × 100

= 200

Hidden Span
Profit $200
SCENARIO B

EXIT PRICE

$78

 

PROFIT/LOSS

=(Exit price - entry price) × Trade size

=(78 - 80) × 100

= -2 × 100

= -200

Hidden Span
Loss $200

Learn as you go

Check out our Trading Academy to learn more about commodity trading.

What are commodities? 

3 min readBeginners

What moves commodity prices?

3 min readBeginners

How to trade gold

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Learn as you go

Check out our Trading Academy to learn more about commodity trading.

What are commodities? 

3 min readBeginners

What moves commodity prices?

3 min readBeginners

How to trade gold

3 min readBeginners

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