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Trading FX and CFDs is risky. Retail Clients are covered with negative balance protection.
But how can You trade Metals?
Let’s take a look at the following hypothetical example of trading Gold*:
Let’s assume that 1 ounce (0.01 lots) Gold (XAUUSD) has a value of approximately $1,300 on the market at this given time. If you sell 1 ounce Gold (short) at a rate of $1,300, you are in effect shorting $1,300. If the price per ounce decreases to $1,100 for instance and you buy (long) back the previously sold ounce for a cheaper price, you have a profit of $200. And vice versa if the price for 1 ounce increases to $1,500 and you close your sell (short) position you will lose $200.
*Please note that instrument value weight may change. The examples provided on our website are hypothetical and should not be used as guidance or advice. You can always contact our team if you have a question.
The below table includes all the Metals we offer.
|Instruments||Name||Margin %||Trading Session|
|COPPER.f||Copper Futures||5||Mon.-Fri. 04:00-11:30 / 12:15-21:00|
|XAGEUR||XAGEUR||5||Mon. - Fri. 01:00 - |
|XAGUSD||XAGUSD||5||Mon. - Fri. 01:00 - |
|XAUEUR||XAUEUR||5||Mon. - Fri. 01:00 - |
|XAUUSD||XAUUSD||5||Mon. - Fri. 01:00 - |
|XPDUSD||XPDUSD||5||Mon. - Fri. 01:00 - |
|XPTUSD||XPTUSD||5||Mon. - Fri. 01:00 - |
|XAUUSD.f||Gold Futures||5||Mon. – Fri. 01:00 – 23:45|
*In regards to Futures Products please consult our Futures Expiries document. Future Products can be identified by the suffix “.f” at the end of the instrument name.