Energy CFDs allow retailer traders worldwide to trade crude oil, which is the most liquid and widely traded commodity. Unlike the futures market, where crude oil is traded the most, the CFD market is much easier to join because it needs a much smaller trading account.

Factors Affecting the price of energy assets

The energy market is characterized by a high degree of uncertainty. The price of energy assets is primarily dictated by the overall supply and actual demand for energy assets. As the global economy is growing fast, energy demand is growing stronger and prices are increasing.

Overall, the cost of energies is affected by numerous factors, including:

  • Real demand and supply for energy

  • Political and environmental factors

  • Crisis or war in the major oil-exporting countries

  • Cost of Production

Energy trading

Access to commodities like WTI, Brent oil  & Natural Gas CFDs with flexibility, low spreads, and 24-hour market executions.

Energy CFDs

An energy CFD is a financial asset which price depends on the underlying commodity price. Crude oil and derivatives are the most traded commodities, and natural gas is in the top 10.

What is energy CFD trading?

Energy commodity CFDs give exposure to the performance of the front-month commodity futures traded on regulated exchanges. Contract expires before the underlying future contract expiration day, eliminating the possibility of physical delivery.

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