Commodity Trading Course

Program Objective

The Commodity Course covers all the important aspects to make sustained profits in the Commodity Futures Markets in India. We filter the most fundamental queries asked by the leading Traders and Innovators and systematically include them in our Commodity Trading Classes.

We at Indian Real Institute(IRI), have achieved finesse in conducting smooth and efficient Commodity Market Training by virtue of our expertise in understanding the pillars of important Risk Management Strategies. Our Commodity Market Trading Classes have opened floodgates for the individuals willing to explore the career avenues as Commodity Research Analyst, Technical Analyst, Commodity Advisor, Credit Analyst, Business Analyst, Forex Manager and Risk Manager.

We go over the Global Commodity Markets with elaborate research. The same approach is followed in developing the contents for Commodity Market Training Program for Global Commodity Markets. Concepts and definitions for respective markets are discussed with relevant examples. All the mechanisms are studied using graphs and statistical tools with participants from a practical perspective.

Course Content-

Introduction to Commodity Markets and explaining the roles of various intermediaries.

Introduce the benefits of TA and various indicators. These include Pricing /Lagging Indicators, Leading Indicators, Momentum Indicators, Statistical Indicators, Volatility Indicators, Resistance Indicators, Support Indicators, Oscillators and Volume Indicators.


  • Commodity Fundamental
  • Commodity Hedging
  • Commodity Live Trading
  • Latest Caste Studies
  • Research Report Fundamental


  • Gold , Silver, Crude Oil
  • Copper, Lead, Nickel
  • Agro Commodities
  • Inventory , Economic Data
  • Global Politics

Answers To Questions Like

1. What is Commodity ?
2. Which factors moves Commodity prices ?
3. What is Co relation between Local & Global Commodity prices ?
4. Which Commodities are more volatile ?
5. How to connect Commodity study to Stock market study ?
6. Which Commodity are better for Intraday & Short Term Trading?
7. What is Co -Relation between Commodity & Currency Market ?
8. Is It Technical Analysis useful for Commodity & Currency Market ?
9. Can we use Commodity & Currency as a Investment ?

Course Objective-

This course makes one Market ready as it is a practical approach towards commodity market. Commodities in the stock market such as copper, gold, oil, gas etc have played a significant role in the economic development of any country. There is too much fluctuation and volatility can also notice day by day in the commodities. So, there is a definite opportunity for the investors to get profits from this fluctuation. But how one should know that when to buy or sell any commodity.

Who will benefit from this course?

Students pursuing or completed 10 th , 12 th , graduation or higher studies, Housewives, Working Professionals, Aspiring/Existing Traders, Aspiring/Existing Investors, Job seekers, Entrepreneurs, Anybody having interest in the Commodity Markets

Eligibility Criteria-

A very basic understanding of how the Financial Markets Function.

Course Duration-

15-20 sessions of 2 hours each (Timings can be decided as per the trainee and trainer’s work schedule)

Course Fees-

₹45,000/- per student

Here are some of the benefits of our online training courses :

Factors Affecting Commodity Prices:

There are broadly two types of commodities – consumption commodities like wheat, sugar, copper and investment commodities like Gold and silver. Following are various factors affecting these commodities:

Agro Commodities: Mostly weather conditions, Economic growth (particularly in emerging economies), seasonality, export-import policies, supply & demand, cartels in mandis, duties, other countries. Also. technological advances, biofuel mandates, and trade policy shifts have long-term effects on commodity markets;

Bullion: This is affected by various international economic conditions and dollar, crude price movement, Monsoon, Import Duty, Interest rates, Government Reserves. Demand and Supply: When there is a rise in demand for gold, the price increases, and vice versa. Inflation: As gold prices react to inflation, Indians prefer to invest in gold.

Base Metals: Mostly affected by mining, supply, demand and industrial growth, technological progress, resource scarcity, natural resource.

Energy: This is affected by weather patterns, population growth, government restrictions, economic condition in middle east countries, mining, automobile sector growth and supply. price of power generation, government taxes or subsidies, CO2 taxes, local weather patterns, transmission and distribution infrastructure

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