- Unlike the price of a share of stock in a single company, the price of a commodity will never go to zero because of constant demand.
- One can obtain physical delivery from the market and store it in a warehouse if the price of a commodity one bought in futures prices drops down.
- Trade commodities in accordance with their seasonality can result in significant profits.
- Primary physical surveys, as opposed to data gathered by a firm, can accurately predict where a commodity's price is headed.
- The market is quite volatile because of the low volume.
- As a result of a dearth of substantial competitors, the market has become over-operated and manipulated.
- Since the operator is familiar with the locations of most Stoplosses, he or she will knowingly trigger it first. Therefore, it is necessary to keep larger Stop losses in place or to keep the stoplosses in mind frequently.
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