The revolution in electric vehicles set to upturn industries from energy to infrastructure is also creating winners and losers within the world's biggest commodities markets.
When Tesla first passed Ford's market cap, it was a big deal.
The bigger news came later, when the electric automaker passed General Motors.
Now Tesla's technological revolution in electric cars has paid off again.... ››› more
Commodities are raw materials. They include soft commodities, like coffee and wheat. And hard commodities, like gold and platinum.
So if you want to trade the international commodities market, what are your options?
Let's take a closer look…
How to trade commodities
To trade commodities, you have two options if you don’t want to take your money offshore.
You can trade commodi... ››› more
The commodities market is a vast one. With South Africa being so rich in commodities, like gold and platinum, perhaps you're interested in putting some money into the market?
Before you make any decisions, you need to know more.
So what exactly is the commodities market? How can you trade and invest in it? And how is investing in commodities different from investing in other financial instru... ››› more
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