Interested in trading commodities online? With easy-forex you can trade Gold, Silver and Oil online, via your mobile or through MetaTrader 4.
The opportunity to trade gold online is now within the reach of private individuals via the easy-forex trading platform. Much like currency trading, leverage can be used to enter into deals. The trading abbreviation for gold is XAU. Gold quantities are expressed in ounces and are traded against the United States Dollar (USD) only. More information about our Gold Trading Platform
Trading oil with easy-forex is done the same way as trading forex online. As an oil investor you can open, modify and close deals on the easy-forex trading platform in the same way you do with a FX trade. You trade in oil futures. Oil futures are part of the derivatives family of financial products. More information about our Oil Trading Platform
The business of trading in silver is now within the reach of private individuals via the easy-forex trading platform. Like currency trading, you can use leverage to enter into deals. The trading abbreviation for silver is XAG. Silver quantities are expressed in ounces and are traded against the United States Dollar (USD) only. More information about our Silver Trading Platform
West Texas Intermediary (WTI) crude oil is the most popular oil futures contract. It is a light, sweet crude oil traded on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX). WTI is regularly quoted as the global benchmark price of oil. WTI crude oil is produced in Midland, West Texas, USA. More information about our WTI Oil Trading Platform
Brent oil (BRT) is light, sweet crude oil sourced from the North Sea and refined in NW Europe. The brent oil price typically moves in tandem with the crude oil price. The oil market for brent is largely conducted on the International Petroleum Exchange in London. More information about our Brent Oil Trading Platform
Oil futures – Gas oil (also written as gasoil or with the acronym GAS) is a product of crude oil. Crude oil is heated, becomes a gas and then condenses. The resultant distillate is 50% petrol and 25% gas oil. Gasoil was the first futures contract launched by the London-based International Petroleum Exchange. More information about our Gas Oil Trading Platform
Oil futures – Heating oil (HEO) is the US term for gas oil. Heating oil is produced by refining crude oil. The refining of crude yields 50% gasoline and 25% heating oil. Heating oil is used mainly to heat homes in Northeast America. More information about our Heating Oil Trading Platform