BuzzFx London Exchange (LD4), BuzzFx New York Exchange (NY4) and BuzzFx Tokyo Exchange (TY3)
The foreign exchange market (Forex, FX, or currency market) is a global decentralized or over-the-counter (OTC) market for the trading of currencies. This market determines foreign exchange rates for every currency. It includes all aspects of buying, selling and exchanging currencies at current or determined prices.
Index futures, like all future contracts, give the trader or investor the power and the commitment to deliver the cash value based on an underlying index at a specified future date. Unless the contract is unwound before the expiration through an offsetting trade, the trader is obligated to deliver the cash value on the expiry.
Metals trading usually involves gold and silver, and sometimes platinum. Metals trading is closely linked to the outlook for the overall global economy and major currencies.
Oil for example, Investors can speculate on the price of oil directly by trading in oil derivatives or the USO exchange traded product, which tracks the price of WTI crude.
Huge companies with an excellent reputation. These are typically large, well-established and financially sound companies that have operated for many years and that have dependable earnings, blue-chip stocks are among the most popular to buy among investors. Some examples of blue-chip stocks are IBM Corp., Coca-Cola Co. and Boeing Co.
Treasury Securities. Bonds, bills, and notes issued by the U.S. government are generally called “Treasuries” and are the highest-quality securities available. ...
Popular commodities including gold and oil, as well as soft commodities such as coffee, cocoa, cotton,
orange juice, and sugar.
Liquidity is important for all assets, particularly commodities. Liquidity ensures market participants the ability to buy and sell easily. This attracts speculators and investors to a market. An illiquid market tends to be far more volatile than a liquid one. Perhaps the most important attribute of liquidity is that it lowers the cost of trading or investing.
ETF futures are derivative products built on existing exchange-traded funds. Futures represent an agreement to buy or sell shares of an underlying ETF at an agreed-upon price on or before a specified date in the future.