Kaufmann-Rothstein International Includes Contract for Difference, Metals, Energy, Indices and Forex Products to Existing Trading Instruments
Kaufmann-Rothstein International, one of the world's most effective and trusted commodity futures trading firms, has finally included contract for Difference (CFDs), Energy, Metals and Forex Currency on its existing list of trading instruments which will also be included on its proprietary electronic trading platform.
- (1888PressRelease) July 02, 2011 - With the mounting demand for commodity trading particularly in spot gold and silver metal products, Kaufmann-Rothstein International has decided to include both base and precious metal instruments to its existing list of tradable instruments to provide traders additional instruments to invest as well as hedge tools to minimize potential risks. Other new instruments included are Dow Jones Indices, S&P 500 index, NASDAQ index and energy products.
"With thousands of active traders from more than 100 countries, we receive numerous email requests, requesting us to offer additional commodity instruments to our existing trading platform. And with the recent climb of gold and silver prices, some investors are looking for effective ways to hedge or speculate on the commodities in order to gain quickly. The gold prices have been impressively hitting stable highs and we are expecting that the same trend will continue by the end of the current year, possibly making it $1,700 per ounce," said Lindsay Kornemann, the firm's Chief Operation Officer.
Along with the newly offered commodity products and instruments, Kaufmann-Rothstein International will also offer online forex trading comprising all major currencies, indices, interest rates and commodities. The newly offered instruments are supported with free and real-time foreign exchange rates, forex currency news, related market forecasts and timely forex charts. Kaufmann-Rothstein International also offers free demo on electronic forex trading systems which help users to experience live trading without spending real money in the market.