Learn the Fundamentals of Commodity Trading | Basics & Benefits of Commodity Trading | Angel Broking

A commodity is a group of assets/goods that are important in everyday life, such as food, energy or metals. A commodity is alternate and exchangeable by nature. It can be categorized as every kind of movable good that can be bought and sold, except for actionable claims and money.

Commodity trading in India started way back in time, even before it did in many other countries. But, foreign invasions and ruling, natural calamities, and countless government policies and their amendments were major reasons for the diminishing of commodity trading. Today, even though there are various other forms of stock market/share market trades, commodity trading has regained its importance.

Ever wondered how commodity trading works in the financial industry. Did you know you can trade Gold, trade Crude Oil, trade copper in the financial markets?

Exchange-Traded Commodities Classification (2.:12)
Lot & Contract System (2:59)
Product Specifications (12:24)
Benefits of Commodities Trading (6:27)
Trading Opportunities (7:22)
Market Timings & Margin Money (7:50)
Major Fundamentals that drive Major Commodities (8:13)
Economic indicators from different countries (10:07)
Angel Commodities Research (10:55)

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