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Crude Oil

One of the most significant and often traded commodities in the world is crude oil. It is a fossil fuel that powers machines, creates energy, and yields a wide range of other goods. Many variables, including supply and demand, geopolitical unrest, and general economic conditions, have an impact on the price of crude oil.
 
The price of crude oil is keenly watched by traders and investors all over the world since it has a big influence on the international economy. If not correctly handled, the volatility of crude oil prices can result in considerable losses as well as potential for profit.
 
Futures contracts are a crucial tool for trading crude oil. Futures contracts are contracts to purchase or sell a set amount of a commodity at a predetermined price and date in the future. Traders can bet on the price of crude oil by buying and selling crude oil futures on exchanges all around the world.
 
Investors can purchase crude oil through mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in addition to futures contracts. By using these investment vehicles, traders may access the crude oil market without having to buy the commodity outright.

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Leverage

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