Commodities are goods that possess a uniform value regardless of its quality. They are usually those items in its unrefined form. The prices of these commodities are determined by the consumers’ demand and supply. For example, the price of an electronic appliance is based on several factors like brand, quality etc. But commodity goods like gold or wheat or rice have their price determined by the global market. Immense risk is involved in commodity trading because of the fluctuations in the market price of the commodities. Research in to the history of a particular commodity is advised before jumping in to commodity trading. Moreover, the results are not immediate and it often requires a lot of patience to get the profits.

Website Listings

Anderson Commodities

Jun 15, 2010 |

Links agricultural commodities suppliers with consumers worldwide to provide a smooth flow of raw materials from fields to processing plants to market.

BarChart.com

Jun 15, 2010 |

Offers online financial quotes, charts, and technical analysis reports for stock and commodity traders.

BellPotter

Jun 15, 2010 |

Independent Australian stockbroking firm, offers range of services to institutional, corporate and private clients.

Commodity Seasonals

Jun 15, 2010 |

Offers latest trading analysis reports, advice and information about commodities.

Nadex.com

Jun 15, 2010 |

Allows members to trade small, inexpensive, bungee and binary trading in forex and offers equity index, events, and commodities markets.

Oxford Futures

Jun 15, 2010 |

Privately owned commodity futures broker delivering comprehensive trading plans and development of sound investment strategies unique to your individual requirements.

Page Trader

Jun 15, 2010 |

Offers a subscription based forecasting service and provides information on futures and commodities forecasts in real time.