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Trade CFDs on Commodities with JFD

Trade CFDs on Commodities with JFD

Commodity markets, oil or natural gas have had a major impact on nations and people throughout history. There are different categories of commodities, all supported by the same basic economic principles: lower supply equals higher prices. Commodities are a great opportunity to diversify your portfolio to try something new and go one step further than traditional securities.

Why Commodities?

Efficiency in Trading

Enjoy more leverage and use less capital to gain greater exposure to an underlying instrument thanks to the lack of ownership.

Higher Predictability

Commodity prices are affected by many factors like weather, geopolitical events, supply-and-demand balance, and more.

Diverse Market Opportunities

With JFD you can tap the potential of a wide range of available commodity markets and enjoy a diversified portfolio and more trading experience.
2 Commodities including:
Brent Crude Oil
WTI Crude Oil
0.09 USD/EUR/CHF per 1 CFD per side
0.10 GBP per 1 CFD per side
Available for all high volume traders
Please contact support@jfdbrokers.com
Positions for Crude Oil held overnight are subject to the rollover charge, shown as 'Swap Rate' in the report of closed transactions in your MT4+/MT5+ terminal. The rolling price adjustments listed below are updated on a weekly basis.
Default margin: 50% (Brent Crude Oil), 25% (WTI Crude Oil)
Lower margin: 50% (Brent Crude Oil), 25% (WTI Crude Oil)

Note: The lower margin is available only to “professional” clients and clients of JFD Overseas Ltd.

For more info please see full Contract Specifications
0.1 CFD
1000 CFDs
0.1 CFD

Commissions / Fees

Instruments USD EUR GBP CHF
CFDs on Commodities 0.09 USD 0.09 EUR 0.10 GBP 0.09 CHF

Note: commission per 1 Lot per side


Any Questions?

How can I benefit from CFDs?

The main advantage of CFDs is that they make your trading more cost-effective. You can trade as low as 0,10 EUR per point and you’re only investing in a portion. CFDs are an over the counter or OTC product. They base themselves on underlying instruments like shares, futures, or spot indices. However, futures could be expensive - if you are trading 1 future on the DAX, 1 point equals 25 Euros.

With JFD, you can take advantage of low spreads and minimal commissions. See our Contract Specifications for more details. In addition, you will benefit from more flexibility and more precise risk management. You’ll have the opportunity to open the position size you need and go short. Enjoy these benefits on a more granular level with mini CFDs.

How will trading CFDs with JFD give me an overall better trading experience?
By trading CFDs with JFD, you are not just a small client facing a large giant. We offer clients anonymity and transparency, guaranteeing that your interests are protected. We act as intermediaries between you and the liquidity providers. All of your orders are recorded and processed with precision.

Trading CFDs with JFD instead of directly with Market Makers is always better as we have your best interests in mind.

Are there any risks in CFD trading?
Just like any form of trading, there are risks and opportunities. CFDs are extremely flexible and require a high degree of risk management. As leveraged products, you’re only trading on margin and deposit only a fraction of the total position value. Please ensure that you fully understand the risks involved, by reading our full Risk Disclosure.
Does JFD pay dividends on CFDs?

Yes, depending on the CFD type.

When trading CFDs on stocks, indices, or ETFs:

If you hold a BUY (long) position, your trading account will be credited with the net dividend (dividend after taxes).
If you hold a SELL (short) position, the gross dividend (dividend before taxes) will be deducted from your available balance.

The transaction will be reflected on your trading account instantly on the ex-dividend date.

You can find all transactions related to dividends in your account history or your daily account statement.