A product that can be used for commerce. The types of commodities include agricultural products, metals, petroleum, foreign currencies, and financial instruments and index.

Future Contract:

A legally binding agreement, traded on a commodity exchange, to buy or sell a commodity at a date in the future. Futures contracts are standardized according to the quality, quantity, and delivery time and location for each commodity. The only variable is price.

Bull Market:

A market in which the prices are on rising mode. It is characterized by optimism, investor confidence and expectations that strong results should continue


Fundamental Analysis:

A method of anticipating future price movement using supply and demand information.

Bear Market:

A market in which the prices are in declining mode. It is characterized by widespread pessimism, which causes the stock market's downward spiral to be self-sustaining.

Technical Analysis:

Anticipating future price movement using historical prices, trading volume, open interest and other trading data to study price patterns.

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