Commodity CFDs

Trade gold and silver, as well as coffee, cocoa, cotton, orange juice, sugar, oil, gas and more. When you trade commodity CFDs, you enter an exciting market with suppliers, merchants and large buyers who protect their prices on future deliveries by locking in prices today. See our instruments and pricing tables below.

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Precious metals

Trading precious metals with Oneforex means receiving access to a range of six metal pairs traded against either the US dollar, the Australian dollar or the Euro.

Gold and silver

We offer 6 gold crosses and 3 precious silver crosses on our platforms. Gold and silver are traded against both the US dollar and euro in a similar way to other currency pairs on the platform.

Platinum and palladium

We offer platinum and palladium on our MetaTrader4, MetaTrader 5 and 1Trader platforms. Platinum and palladium are both traded against the US dollar, much like other currency pairs on the platform.


Oil and gas products are tradable commodities on MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5 and 1Trader, and are available to all Oneforex account holders.

Soft commodities

Soft commodities present good diversification for traders as their prices are built around the moving and delivering of physical assets. Traders enter an exciting market with suppliers, merchants and large buyers, which protects their prices on future deliveries and locks in key strategic supplies. At maturity, each financial trade gives rise to the delivery of a commodity cargo somewhere in the world, making this an exciting global range of trading instruments.

*Note: Soft commodity instruments are traded as undated cash contracts and will incur a daily swap charge. Please see the specifications section on the platform for current swap charges.

Trade commodities with the lowest spreads

We source our prices from multiple liquidity providers to give you some of the lowest spreads on the market.

*Commodity CFD spreads are quoted in points with reference to the equivalent underlying market contract. Average spreads updated Nov 2020.