Commodity and Precious metal

Commodity trading has a long history and can be traced back to the public price of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange.

Commodity and Precious metal

Precious metal

In DB PROSPECTIVUS Forex Trading Precious Metals products do not require you to buy physical goods, but instead offer the market's most competitive average spreads per ounce of gold and silver. This type of online trading asset price trading method saves our clients from taking too much risk and is therefore favored by many experienced investors.


Our Gold CFDs provide real-time quotes from customers. Gold is traded in the spot market and is priced at US$5 per ounce of gold. Customers can easily chart and perform historical price data analysis on our MT5 platform to ensure that the market is always up to date.


Our Silver CFDs provide real-time quotes from customers. Silver prices are determined by market supply and demand and speculation, and are the star products of our short-term trading. Customers can easily chart and perform historical price data analysis on our MT5 platform to ensure that the market is always up to date.

Crude oil

DB PROSPECTIVUS offers spot energy contract transactions including WTI Light Crude Oil/US Dollar and Brent Brent Crude Oil/US Dollar. Because the supply and demand relationship of such energy can cause price volatility, such contract transactions have great appeal and advantages for investors interested in price speculation. Unlike futures contract trading, trading commodity CFDs do not need to actually deliver the product, but only virtual holdings. Crude oil CFDs do not charge any contract fees.


Copper is a soft, malleable and ductile metal commonly found in the chemical symbol Cu. Copper is an important indicator for traders and investors to measure the overall health of the world economy. Copper is traded on the New York Mercantile Exchange and is highly correlated with the commodity currencies, the Australian dollar and the Canadian dollar. If copper demand falls, there will be a corresponding trend in the financial derivatives market.

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Risk Tips: Trading CFDs and other leveraged products is risky and may not be suitable for every investor. The advantages and disadvantages of high leverage trading coexist. Before deciding to trade, you should carefully consider your trading objectives, level of experience and risk tolerance. Your losses may exceed your initial investment, so it is not recommended to invest in funds that you cannot afford to lose. Before you start trading, you should understand all the risks associated with CFDs. If you have any questions, it is recommended to seek advice from your financial advisor and read the risk disclosure summary.

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