Diversify your trading portfolio with Spot Gold and Silver

12 April, 2016

Diversify your trading portfolio with Spot Gold and Silver

During market volatility hours, metals trading can offer plenty of trading opportunities that can assist diversifying a trading strategy.

Spot Metal Prices

Spot metal prices or commonly called “spot prices” often refer to silver and gold markets. These are closely watched by financial institutions, dealers, retail investors, and online traders all over the world. These involve the current price at which equity can be bought or sold at a specific session and place.

Spot gold is used as the most common basis for bullion dealers. It is used in determining the exact price of coins and gold bars, which varies every second during market hours. Prices are estimated in troy ounces.

Spot silver, on the other hand, is the fixed rate of silver per ounce for the trading session.

By trading spot gold and silver, a trader can set a long or short position in silver or gold instrument while having on opposite position the U.S. dollar.

Spot price is the explicit value of a security at a specific time while security futures involve its expected value relative to its current price.

Benefits of Metals Trading

  • Hedging opportunities, limited risk exposure
  • Trade gold and silver instantly on Metatrader 4
  • Trading spot metals is safe havens
  • Efficient way to diversify your trading investment

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