Trade Commodities with JFD

Commodity markets have had 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. With JFD Brokers you can trade up to 7 Commodities on very favourable terms.

Instruments

7 Commodities including:
Brent Crude Oil
US Coffee
US Sugar
WTI Crude Oil
US Cocoa

COMMISSIONS

0.10 USD/EUR/GBP/CHF per 1 CFD per side
See full Contract Specifications

REDUCED COMMISSIONS

Available for all high volume traders
Please contact commissions@jfdbrokers.com

ROLLING PRICE ADJUSTMENT

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+ terminal. The rolling price adjustments listed below are updated on a daily basis.

COMMODITY
 
Symbol  
LONG
(POINTS)
SHORT
(POINTS)
Brent Crude Oil
.BrentCrude
0.90
-3.30
WTI Crude Oil
.WTICrude
-4.00
-0.50

MARGIN

Default margin : 5% - 10%
Lower margin: 5% - 10%
For more info please see full Contract Specifications

MINIMUM TRADE SIZE

1 CFD

MAXIMUM TRADE SIZE

Commodities: 100 CFDs
Spot commodities - BrentCrude Oil and WTICrude Oil: 1000 CFDs

TRADE SIZE INCREMENT

1 CFD

MAXIMUM OPEN/PENDING ORDERS

500

BENEFIT FROM FLEXIBLE,
COST-EFFECTIVE TRADING

Instrument
(Ticker)
Brent Crude Oil (.BrentCrude)
US Coffee (.USCoffee)
US Sugar (.USSugar)
WTI Crude Oil (.WTICrude)
US Cocoa (.USCocoa)
Typical Spread  
0.03 POINTS
0.4 POINTS
0.05 POINTS
0.03 POINTS
8 POINTS
Required margin  
5%
5%
10%
5%
5%
Min/Max Lot Size  
Min: 1 /Max: 1000
Min: 1 /Max: 100
Min: 1 /Max: 100
Min: 1 /Max: 1000
Min: 1 /Max:100

The price of Brent Crude Oil and WTI Crude Oil Spot CFDs does not fully reflect the price of the equivalent Futures contracts for the same month. Instead, following the business day convention of New York, it will be derived from a weighted average between the first and the second month Futures contracts.

[(1 - D/N) x Relevant Price of First Month] + [(D/N) x Relevant Price of Second Month]

Where:

  • D is the number of Commodity Business Days from (and including) the Previous Expiration Date to (but excluding) the Roll Date.
  • N is the number of Commodity Business Days from (and including) the Previous Expiration Date to (but excluding) the Next Expiration Date.
  • Next Expiration Date is the date of expiration of the First Month.
  • Previous Expiration Date is the date of expiration of the Previous Month prior to the Roll Date.
  • Roll Date is the second Commodity Business Day after the current Business Day.
  • Relevant Price is the price determined in accordance with the commodity reference price and the settlement price.
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