Energy Futures

OTC Energy futures: CFDs on Energy futures

The futures market is a central financial exchange where specific quantities of a commodity or financial instrument can be traded. Futures contracts are fixed and traded according to quantity, delivery time and location defined by the central financial exchange. The key difference between a futures contract and spot trading is that it has a delivery date set at a specified time in the future.

When trading energy futures, the price is determined once the contract is signed and the energy product is delivered on the fixed delivery date at an agreed time in the future. The delivery must occur on the fixed date, unless an offsetting trade with separate specifications is made on the original position.

Unlike traditional energy trading, in OTC trading on Energy Futures, or CFDs on Energy Futures, the trade is performed over the counter (OTC) in a similar way to trading spot FX, which means is it conducted directly between the two involved parties and not via central exchange market.

 

 

 

Advantages of CFDs on index futures:

  • No middlemen
  • High levels of liquidity
  • Free news, charts & analysis

  • Profit potential in falling/raising market
  • High leverage
  • Free demo account

Why Trade OTC energy futures with ICM?

ICM offer OTC trading on major energy futures allowing you to speculate on the movement of a specific energy futures contract, without the need to operate through the central exchange market.

CFD trading on currency futures with ICM is fast and easy, while also removing the need to work with a futures exchange broker. Please note that no physical delivery takes place during this process.

  • Fast execution
  • Efficient use of capital
  • Trade from PC and mobile
  • Hedging other investments
  • High leverage
  • Going long/short


We offer OTC trading on the following major energy futures:

  • Light Sweet Crude Oil (WTI)
  • E-Mini Natural Gas Henry Hub Future
  • Brent Crude Oil
  • Gasoil Future
CFDs and Spot FX are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 71.31% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs and Spot FX work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. Read more
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