The Finance and Macroeconomics Module is ideal for newcomers to Financial Markets.

Introduction to Commodities Trading Gold, Silver and Oil

There are several types of Commodities – Precious metals, Industrial metals, Agricultural commodities as well as Oil and others. The Agricultural Commodities are generally esoteric, but Gold and Oil are popular. Commodities are also traded around the world in the US Dollar, so the price of commodities is dependent on the price of the US Dollar. Commodities also fluctuate in prices based on Supply and Demand.

Course Details

Various Commodities

All the different types of commodities that are traded in the financial markets are discussed and explained, along with their specific characteristics

Discussion of Gold and Silver

Gold and Silver trading is very popular around the world. Gold can act like a safe haven during times of financial crisis in global markets

Trading in Oil

Oil is the ultimate geopolitical commodity in the world, and fluctuations in prices can have a very large impact on the global economy. 

Agri commodities

While Agri commodities can be an esoteric investment asset, Corn, Soy Bean and even Cattle and produce like Orange juice are traded actively in financial markets


Option Tiger is dedicated to all things Options and Markets. Whether you’re a beginner or advanced, get the most sophisticated Options and Market content.

Get access to Free Courses on Call Options and Put Options

Two Free E-Books and over 30 Mini-Courses on Options

Ongoing Market Updates and 500+ Video Library

Get access to Free Courses, E-Books, Market Updates and 500+ Video Library.

Join Free Now!

Futures and Options carry risk and may not be suitable for everyone. OptionTiger is an educational site, and is not a financial adviser or broker. If you need professional investment advice, please consult a registered investment adviser. All stocks, ETFs, commodities, Indices and other securities mentioned in our courses are for educational and illustrative purposes only, including all mention of Returns, Margin Calculations, and different Margin types. By visiting our site and accessing material, you are implicitly agreeing to these terms.
Copyright © 2012 to 2018 - All Rights Reserved by