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Why trade Commodities?
Commodities allow customers to profit through trading on the following three categories:
Why trade ETFs?
Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are a type of investment fund that tracks indices, bonds, commodities or other instruments, combined in a basket of assets. ETFs are exchange traded instruments thus their value shifts during the day. ETFs are attractive investments because of:
- Low costs.
- Tax efficiency.
- High Leverage.
- Diversified funds.
- Stock-like features.
- Competitive commissions and spreads.
Why trade Indices?
Speculate on whether an index will rise or fall, without actually buying shares in the underlying assets. Trade an index like a stock, currency or commodity.
- Go long or short.
- Hedge your portfolio.
- Competitive commissions.
- Trade on wide-range markets.
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Why trade Currencies?
Currency trading is a 24-hour market available for trade from Monday to Friday. Foreign Exchange is the world's largest market, with about 3.2 trillion US dollars in daily volume.
INGOT offers advantages for trading on the forex market:
- 1:100 Leverage.
- Zero commissions.
- Various currencies.
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