Other instruments

Diversify Your Portfolio

It's always wise not to put all your eggs in one basket, this also applies for trading. Hence, expanding your trading portfolio by placing your funds in multiple different sectors of the market will help minimize your losses in the long run. Here are some instruments that may suit your trading strategy.

Forex

With more than $5 trillion traded on average every day, Forex is the most traded financial instrument in the markets. They are mainly traded by banks, institutions, and individuals.

Commodity

Commodity involves the trade of raw materials. There are many kinds of commodities you can trade, ranging from agricultural products, metals, or energy products such as natural gas or oil.

Cryptocurrency

Commonly known as a decentralized digital currency. They are referred to as “exchange tokens” that can be transferred, stored, or traded electronically. They can also be extremely volatile.

Indices

An index is an average value of the shares of leading companies within a particular sector of the economy that depicts the overall market health. Traders can also profit from diversifying this way.

Forex

With more than $5 trillion traded on average every day, Forex is the most traded financial instrument in the markets. They are mainly traded by banks, institutions, and individuals.

Commodity

Commodity involves the trade of raw materials. There are many kinds of commodities you can trade, ranging from agricultural products, metals, or energy products such as natural gas or oil.

Cryptocurrency

Commonly known as a decentralized digital currency. They are referred to as “exchange tokens” that can be transferred, stored, or traded electronically. They can also be extremely volatile.

Indices

An index is an average value of the shares of leading companies within a particular sector of the economy that depicts the overall market health. Traders can also profit from diversifying this way.