Metal Trading

Spot precious metal CFDs  contract products, meet unlimited latest trading opportunities.

As a longer term investment product, trading and holding physical precious metals has become very popular among individual investors in recent years. With its huge trading market, flexible trading methods and simple trading operations, both experienced investors and gold investment beginners can take advantage of the product and obtain rich profit opportunities.

Spot Gold
Spot gold is also called London gold, because it originated in London and got its name. Spot gold trading is a contractual transaction based on the principle of capital leverage. It is denominated in U.S. dollars per ounce and settled in U.S. dollars,because the transaction spot gold does not have to carry on the physical gold extraction, saves the physical gold transportation, the safekeeping, the inspection, the appraisal and so on steps, its purchase price and sells the price difference between is also smaller than the physical gold sale price difference. Currently, AM Markets offers you XAU/USD trading products.

Spot Silver
Physical silver, also known as London silver, like physical gold is traded 24 hours a day and leveraged is an investment product. Silver prices are mainly influenced by supply and demand, and the fact that supply has been in short supply in recent years has given silver a stronger fundamentals and made prices more volatile than many other metals. Currently, AM Markets offers you XAG/USD trading products.


Margin Ratio

Trading Time


Minimum Lot














Spot gold and silver traded for nearly 24 hours a day, only briefly stopping when the market closed between 17:15 and 18:00 EDT.

Why Trade Spot Gold, Silver?
- Flexible leverage, up to 200:1
- Bilateral Trading, either long or short. Supports multiple currencies such as the US Dollar, Australian dollar, Great Britain Pounds and EU Euro.
- T+0 instant trading rules, multiple transactions can be conducted on the same day with high liquidity.
- Active market and high price volatility create many wealth opportunities for investors.
- Market information is highly transparent and influenced by macro and international factors. Relevant news and economic data are released in real time.
- 24 hours online trading from Monday to Friday, anytime, anywhere, more profit opportunities.
Leverage and Margin Trading
Cash gold and silver trading is carried out under the margin system, which is generally highly leveraged. Many traders offer a leverage ratio of 100:1, which means that traders can use the leverage function to "magnify" their funds to trade. Taking the spot gold price as an example, if the price of gold was $1,950 per ounce, then at 100/1 leverage, only $19.50 would be required to trade an ounce of gold. At AM Markets, we offer you trading leverage ratios of up to 200:1. Of course, margin trading is a double-edged sword, which can increase profit opportunities as well as magnify the risk of loss.
Quote and Spread
Spot gold and silver prices are quoted on the international market in "dollar/ounce" terms, which represent the dollar value of an ounce of gold (or silver). The minimum spot price for gold is 0.01 cents and for silver is 0.001 cents.
Take the gold quotation of 1930.12/1930.57 as an example. It means that you can sell one or more hands of gold at 1930.12 or buy one or more lots of gold at 1930.57. At this point, the difference you need to pay is the difference between the selling price and the buying price (1930.57 -- 1930.12), i.e. 0.45.
For example, if the price of gold were $2,000 an ounce, at 100/1 leverage, only $20 would be required to trade one ounce of spot gold. At AM Markets, we offer you leverage ratios of up to 200:1. Of course, margin trading is a double-edged sword, which can increase profit opportunities as well as magnify the risk of loss.
Profit and Loss Calculation
Contract value = current price of gold (or silver) x number of transactions.Take the gold quote 1931.12/1930.57 as an example. If you buy 1 lot (1 lot = 100 ounces) at 1930.57 and sell when the price rises to 1960.98. At this point, your return is (1960.98 -- 1930.57) x 100 ounces = $3041. If the price falls below 1930.57, a loss will result.