Agricultural Commodities Trading with ECNOptions
Diversify your portfolio and discover the profit potential of the volatile agricultural commodities market with ECNOptions.
We offer a range of soft commodity futures to trade, including corn, soybeans, sugar, coffee and wheat - all with low spreads and generous leverage.
Trade the major soft commodities with leverage of up to 50:1
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Agricultural Commodities to trade
ECNOptions offers a range of agricultural commodity futures to trade year round on our CFD trading platforms, MetaTrader 5 .
Corn - Represents one of the most important agricultural markets due to its diverse range of end uses. Units are measured in bushels.
Soybeans - A market that has increased in importance in recent years as dietary trends have evolved. Units are measured in bushels.
Wheat - This key agricultural market is dominated by the United States. Units are measured in bushels.
Coffee C - Originating in Africa, coffee is traded in cents per pound. Units are measured in pounds (100).
Sugar no. 11 - One of the most traded soft commodities, sugar is traded in cents per pound (100).
Cotton no. 2 - A crop whose history is tied to the American south, cotton is traded in cents per pound (100).
Cocoa - Grown in only a few countries. Units are measured in metric tons.
Corn, Soybeans, Wheat – Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT)
Coffee C, Sugar no. 11, Cotton no. 2, Cocoa – Intercontinental Exchange (ICE)
You can find out more about how ECNOptions calculates overnight interest and agricultural commodity CFD rollovers here.
The Agricultural Commodities Market
The trade in agricultural commodities dates back thousands of years, making it the oldest financial market in the world. But with prices intimately tied into weather patterns, supply and demand, and a wealth of other factors, there are always new opportunities for traders.
Trading Hard Commodities with ECNOptions
For traders who are also interested in so-called hard commodities, please make sure to read about trading gold and metals as well as crude oil and energies.