Why Trade Commodities with Oron Limited?
We pride ourselves on offering fully transparent quality execution, alongside some of the best trading conditions.
- START SMALL Control and scale your position sizes with small contract sizes. Micro-contract sizes give you the flexibility to risk less per trade.
- LEVERAGE Trade the most popular Commodities in the world with leverage. See Margin Requirements. However, remember that trading on margin is risky as it can significantly increase your losses as well.
- SHORT TRADINGCFD traders can go long or short with a simple click of a button, and speculate on both the rise and fall of Commodities.
- PLATFORM OF CHOICETrade on Trading Station, MT4 or Via API.
Get a feel for the platform by signing upFree Practice Account
Open a Live Account by submitting the online application.
Fund your account and place your first trade.
Explore our commodities offering in the trading platform.
Choose your Platform
Our platforms are battle-tested and have been in development throughout Oron Limited's 20 year history. You may trade any commodity product you like without regard for what you currently hold in your account, and can also trade FX, Indices and Shares all from the same account.
Explore Commodities in Trading Station
When trading Commodity CFDs with Oron Limited, trading costs are included in the spread and there are no extra commission fees charged when opening or closing positions and unlike many other brokers there are no minimum commission levels, so at Oron Limited you are able to avoid the extra costs of placing smaller trades.
The spread costs can easily be calculated on the Trading Station platform, as you can see the real-time spreads and pip costs (in your account denomination) before you enter any trade. To calculate the spread cost in the currency of your account:
(Pip Cost) x (Number of Contracts) x (Spread) = Total Transaction Cost
Non-Spot Oil and Gas products, as well as Copper, Wheat, Corn, Soy and Natural Gas expire periodically.
Oil and gas contracts expire monthly, typically a day before First Notice or when the underlying market contracts expire.
Copper contracts usually expire bimonthly
Wheat, Corn and Soy contracts usually expire every three months
This means you may want to manage your positions before the contract expires and your positions are automatically closed. See more details in our CFD Expirations Guide.
Any positions held past 5pm EST may be subject to a "financing charge" which reflects in an Oron Limited account as "rollover." Visit our CFD Product guide for more information.
The financing charges are updated daily and can be seen in the Trading Platforms under RollB and RollS.
There are no taxes applied by Oron Limited when you open and close a CFD position. Please consult a tax professional to advise you on your particular situation.