Trader's Glossary

Commodity

Commodities are goods of standardised quality and quantity, traded over an exchange. Hard Commodities include crude oil, gold, silver and platinum. Soft Commodities include wheat, corn, coffee and sugar.
Did you know?

Many consider the year 1880 A.D. to mark the beginning of modern foreign exchange. The reason for this is that it was during this year that the gold standard was first introduced.

Word of the day
"Tick" - The difference between the current market price and the last-quoted market price.
Pro Tip

Try to stay away from bucket shops.

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