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Commodity trading offers diversification beyond traditional avenues like equity, bonds, and real estate. According to historical data, commodities exposure can increase your portfolio's returns and lower the risk. Commodities are very closely related to other asset classes, with some even negative correlations.

  • Trade in Bullion, Energy, Agro Invest.
  • Trade, Hedge & Speculate.
  • Trading on Lower Margins.
  • standardised prices.
  • Diversification of portfolio.
  • Hedge against risk.

Why choose RKFS to Invest in Commodities

Why choose RKFS to Invest in Commodities



What commodities are the best for trading in India?

Frequently Traded commodities in India are:

  • Gold
  • Crude Oil
  • Copper Cathode
  • Silver
  • Zinc
  • Nickel
  • Natural Gas
Commodity trading hours in India?

To capture all global market movements, the commodity trading market is open on weekdays from 9:00 am to 11:30 PM and many a times the working hours are extended in the month of November to March by a pre decided circular provided from 9:00 am to 11:55 pm.

Is India's commodity trading profitable?

It’s a big analysis to earn profit from commodity market, so kindly do a good research and take guidance from your SEBI registered broker before investing in commodity market.

How can I start trading in commodities?
  • Direct investments in commodity trading
  • Investing in futures contracts
  • Buy shares (from an exchange) from companies that produce these commodities.
  • Buying shares in Exchange-Traded Funds, (ETFs), that primarily invests in these commodities.
Can a retail investor benefit from commodity trading?

Yes. Retail traders will find it a great option. It is simpler than planning your entry point and tracking share performance. Strong trends are the driving force behind the commodity market. They are determined by differences in demand and supply in global markets.

Consider adding commodities trading to your portfolio if you are looking at diversifying.

What are the key factors to remember before you trade in commodities?
  • Shifts in global supply and demand can influence commodity prices.
  • Market trends can be determined by economic trends.
  • A strong economy will drive commodity prices up, while a weak one will cause them to fall.
  • In addition to influencing commodity prices, the sectoral performance can also impact them. For example, industrial performance can determine the demand for metal commodities.
  • Commodities can be volatile and thus risky
  • You have the option to choose to invest in one or more commodities
  • You may need to take some time before you can master trading on commodity markets.
  • It requires paperwork
Who are the players in the commodity market?

This market involves both institutional and individual players. The following players are involved in the commodity market.

  • Market speculators
  • Directional Margin Traders
  • Spot/Futures traders
  • Price Hedgers
Is it necessary to open a separate Demat and Bank Account?

You will need separate commodity trading accounts and commodity DEMAT accounts to trade in commodities. A commodity trading account allows you to trade commodities on the commodity exchanges.

What are the hours of operation for commodity exchanges?

MCX, ICX, and NCDEX commodity exchanges are still open from 9 am to 11pm, except on weekends and national holidays.

Who regulates commodity exchanges?

Regulating the commodity derivatives markets is the responsibility of India's Security and Exchange Board. The regulator of the commodity market was the Forwards Market Commission, which existed from before SEBI until 2014.

How can you trade commodities online?

Online commodity trading is fast and easy. You don't need to contact the broker to ask for the buy/sell order. You will need to open an account for commodity trading online. This takes only a few minutes. You can immediately transact once your account is activated. You can access the broker website or exchange to see a complete list of active trades. All you must do is choose the one that interests you.

Which broker is the best for commodity trading?

Choose a broker that offers a wide range of investment options. These criteria will help you choose a broker.

  • SEBI registered broker.
  • Track record.
  • Reputation in the market.
  • Large client base.
  • Competitive Brokerage.
  • Online trading platform.
  • Prompt customer service
What is margin in commodity trade?

Margin is an integral part of the commodity trader's life. Margin is simply borrowing money from a broker to enter the derivatives market. Commodity futures can be highly leveraged instruments that allow traders to enter the market for a fraction of their total trade volume.

Are all trades subject to sales tax? Do I need to register?

There are additional taxes that are applicable to equity trading when you trade in commodities in India. These taxes include the standard Securities Transaction Tax (STT), GST and stamp duty. Because commodities trading involves the physical movement of an underlier, it also includes additional VAT, CESS and sales tax. Because commodities are the main source of revenue. To prevent speculation from building up on commodities that are intended for mass consumption, the government uses tax.

What is the expiry date?

The derivatives expiry day is the date at which the contract will end. The contract expires the last Thursday in each month, just like for commodity futures. To avoid being on the wrong side, it is important to check the expiry date of any commodity futures contracts.

Is the exchange able to guarantee trades or settlement?

Yes, futures trading is protected by the exchange.

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