Spot or Future CFDs?
We offer spot commodities (Crude, Brent, NatGas) with a minimum trading volume of 0.01 lot. We don't offer future CFDs.
Difference between Spot and Future CFDs
The main difference between spot prices and futures prices is that spot prices are for immediate buying and selling, while futures contracts delay payment and delivery to predetermined future dates.
A futures contract refers to a deal that’s going to happen at a at a later expiry date, while spot commodity deals are executed immediately.
|When is the contract settled?
|On a specified expiry date
|What strategy is the agreement used for?
|How is the deal settled?
|Physically, in cash or rolled over
|Physically or in cash
|Is there a fixed expiry?
|Are there overnight funding costs?
Are there rollover charges?
What is the technical analysis timeframe?
Charts are only available within the expiry period
Continuous charting is available