In this video, you will learn about commodities law. Defining commodities is the first step to understanding commodities law. Commodities are part of our everyday lives. Traditional commodities are raw materials we put into other products we use in our daily lives without any thought about it.
For example, coffee, phones, and cotton. Cotton is a very common commodity. Each area or region has an abundance of a certain commodity. Some people choose to invest in commodities. There are different ways to invest in commodities like directly investing or trading. Futures contracts are also another way to invest in commodities. These financial contracts are obligations. Small movements in the commodities market can make you lose a ton of money, or gain a lot of money. This can be extremely risky, but it can also be very beneficial. CFD contracts are yet another way to invest in commodities. This can be safer, but there is daily interest charged on these contracts. The last way to invest in commodities is the most traditional way which is buying shares of a company that produces commodities. For example, buying shares of a company that produces coffee beans. Keep watching this vide for more information.