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Over 100 cash and forward commodities
Including all the favourites as well as lesser-traded instruments like Palladium.
No partial fills
And never any dealer intervention, regardless of your trading size.
Tighter spreads, no rollovers and charting back as far as 1992 to help your analysis.
Local customer support
Our support team are available 24/5, Monday to Saturday morning.
Trade the whole sector
Take a view across a whole commodity sector from a single position, with our bespoke commodity indices.
Get exposure to volatility across cash and forward commodities including favourites like Gold, Silver, crude oils and Natural Gas, with spreads from as low as 0.3 points.
Pricing is indicative. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results.
Expecting big things in energy? Diversify your portfolio and spread risk with our unique commodity indices, which allow you to take a view on a commodity sector as a whole with a single position.
Fast execution, exclusive insights and accurate signals are vital to your success as a commodities trader. Our award-winning platforms provide a number of customisable features to support your chart analysis.
Our award-winning platforms provide a number of customisable features to support your chart analysis. Choose from over 115 technical indicators and drawing tools, more than 70 patterns and 12 in-built chart types.
Advanced order execution
We offer a range of advanced order types, including trailing and guaranteed stop losses, partial closure, market orders and boundary orders on every trade, so you have the flexibility to trade your way.
Reuters news and analysis
Best White Label Provider
2020 Global Forex Awards B2B
Best Retail CFDs Broker
2020 Finance Magnates Awards
Best White Label Solution
2020 Finance Magnates Awards
Trade like you’re on a desktop, from your mobile. Our mobile trading app allows you to seamlessly open and close trades, track your positions, set up notifications and analyse mobile-optimised charts.
Is it free to open an account?
There's no cost when opening a live CFD trading account. You can also view prices and use tools such as charts, Reuters news or Morningstar quantitative equity reports, free of charge. However, you will need to deposit funds in your account to place a trade.
What are the costs CFD trading?
There are a number of costs to consider when CFD trading, including spread costs, holding costs (for trades held overnight which is essentially a fee for the funds you borrow to cover the leveraged portion of the trade), rollover costs on expiring forward trades, and guaranteed stop-loss order charges (if you use this risk-management tool). Find out more about our costs
Is CMC Markets regulated in New Zealand?
Yes, CMC Markets NZ Limited is regulated by the Financial Markets Authority (‘FMA’) for the provision of derivative products, FSP41187.
How does CMC Markets protect my money?
As a CMC client, your money is held separately from CMC Markets’ own money and is held on trust in a segregated client bank account with a registered bank in New Zealand in accordance with the Financial Markets Conduct Regulations. We do not use client money to hedge our positions or to meet the trading obligations of other customers. The holding and disbursing of client money is in accordance with applicable law; as such, your money is protected with us.
How does CMC Markets make money?
Our income primarily comes from our spreads, while other fees, such as overnight holding costs, make a minor contribution to overall revenue. Our aim is to build long-term relationships by providing the best possible trading experience through our technology and customer service.
What is a commodity?
A commodity is a physical good that can be bought or sold on
the various commodity markets. Commodities can be categorised into either hard or
soft varieties. Hard commodities are natural resources like oil, gold and rubber and
are often mined or extracted. Soft commodities are agricultural products such as
coffee, wheat or corn.
Find out more
How do you trade commodities?
The commodity markets are traded in a similar way to other
types of financial instruments, but there are some points to be aware of in order to
avoid any shocks or surprises when dipping your toe into commodities trading.
What is leveraged trading?
One of the features of CFD trading is that you only need to deposit a percentage of the full value of your position to open a trade, known as trading on leverage. Remember, trading on leverage can also amplify losses, so it’s important to manage your risk.