Exotic currency pairs are made up of a major currency paired with the currency of an emerging or a strong but smaller economy from a global perspective such as Hong Kong or Singapore and European countries outside of the Euro Zone. These pairs are not traded as often as the majors or minors, so often the cost of trading these pairs can be higher than the majors or minors due to the lack of liquidity in these markets.
Commodities keep the world moving. They are the natural resources that give us the ability to live the way we do. The commodities you can trade are: Precious Metals – Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium Base Metals – Copper, Iron, Tin, Nickel, Zinc Energy – Crude Oil, Heating Oil, Natural Gas Agriculturals – Corn, Soybeans, Wheat, Cotton Soft Commodities – Orange Juice, Coffee, Cocoa, Sugar www.allfxsignals.com
Much like trading currency pairs, spot metals enable traders to take a long or short position in Gold or Silver while simultaneously taking the opposite position in the U.S. Dollar or other major currencies. Spot Gold and Silver are traded globally in an over-the-counter market, and prices float freely based on supply and demand.