You Can Trade CFDs On the Spot Price or On the Futures Price
The One Financial Markets online energy trading platform offers CFDs on spot and futures prices. You can trade the spot price of natural gas, Brent crude and West Texas crude, and you can also trade WTI crude oil futures.
Even if you don’t trade them all, it’s well worth following all of these markets. Energy markets are heavily influenced by futures markets and following the different markets will give you a much better feel for the market.
Energy markets are also highly connected. Different products can be substituted for one another, which means anything happening in one market will have a knock-on effect in other markets. In fact, knowing what’s happening in each market will often alert you to opportunities in other markets.
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