Trade Commodity CFDs With Plus500

Trade a variety of popular commodity CFDs with leverage. Gold, Oil and Silver are all available on our leading trading platform.

Oil barrels and gold ingots

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Australian Securities and Investments Commission
Based in Sydney

Trading Commodities With Leverage

Commodities CFDs are available for trading at Plus500 with up to 1:20 leverage. You can start trading with as little as AU$200 to gain the effect of AU$4,000 capital!

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Simple Account Management

Quick and smooth funding process via bank transfer, credit/debit card and more. Various tools to manage your monetary and trading activity including a free-of-charge notifications service.

Profit and Loss Control

On the Plus500 trading platform, you can easily define Stops and Limits to request positions' closure at a specific rate. To completely avoid slippage, you can also set a Guaranteed Stop.

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  • Plus500 is mainly compensated for its services through the Bid/Ask spread.
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Why Plus500?

Understandable Platform

Competitive Spreads

Authorised and Regulated

Negative Balance Protection

24/7 Online Support

Plus500 News & Market Insights

 Energy, Commodities, and Indices Respond to Crisis in Ukraine
Mar 07 2022

Energy, Commodities, and Indices Respond to Crisis in Ukraine

As the conflict between Russia and Ukraine reaches its twelfth day, the market mood across the world may be turning risk-averse. The prices of many commodities are reaching skywards while some Indices are in the doldrums.

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How Did Putin's Speech Affect the Markets?
Feb 22 2022

How Did Putin's Speech Affect the Markets?

Tensions between the Russian Federation and Ukraine reached unprecedented levels on Monday evening. Commodities rose and indices fell in response to the news.

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Dollar’s Strength Pushes Gold Lower
Jun 30 2021

Dollar’s Strength Pushes Gold Lower

On Tuesday, Gold fell to its lowest point since mid-April as the Dollar appeared to be headed for its largest monthly gain in over a year.

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