The Gold price are fluctuating round the clock; from around US $268 per troy ounce in January 2001 it moved up to US $1923 per troy ounce making a life time high and on 16th April 2013 at US $1321 per troy ounce taking a big drop. Still the shine on Gold has never vanished and the Gold investors never dislike the idea of investment in Gold.
Electronic trading in Gold provides a easy way of trading in gold future contracts sitting at comfort of your home or office. Gold rates fluctuate based on economic factors like inflation, industrial production, jobless claims and geopolitical events. These factors will influence whether you buy or sell Gold at particular times.
Art is you can play bearish by selling short and bullish by going long, you need not to have Gold in your vault before you can sell… and you need to have 100% cash down money in your pocket before you can buy. Electronic Gold is traded on leverage; generally 5% of the Gold value is enough to start but you should have money to support the market downfall or should work with strict Stop Loss mechanism.
Why Trade E-Gold?
Gold has always been a trusted investment in most civilizations; we had traditionally being buying and selling Gold in physical forms. The electronic trading brings in the comfort in trading gold such as:
- You are charged small commissions as low as approx 6 USD per lot (32 Troy Ounce) per side.
- The DGCX trading hour are 7:00 AM to 11:30 PM (Monday to Friday)
- You can trade on leverage, but this can magnify potential gains and losses.
- Quick entry/exit at ease on your computer.
What you should know about trading?
Lately, markets have been on a rollercoaster ride with record breaking highs and lows. The world of Bullions is dominating news headlines; but what does it mean, and more importantly, what do you need to know before you get on board?
First of all, it's important that you understand that trading in leveraged market involves high degree of risk, including the risk of losing money. Any investment in any trading should involve only risk capital and you should never trade with money that you cannot afford to lose.