Trader 101: How To Trade Energy Markets



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Crude, natural gas and gasoline are never far from the headlines. Energy commodities are some of the most important markets in the world. They set the price for our everyday consumption of the massive volume of fuel required to live and run a business today. Energy CFDs allow traders around the globe the ability to trade crude oil, which is the most liquid and commonly traded commodity.

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