AETOS offers three major energy products:

  • US crude oil, British crude oil or natural gas
  • Trade CFDs for increased leverage 
  • Go long or short
  • Fast dealing and trade execution

Energy is one of the world's most actively traded commodity products.

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  • Forex
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Energy Example 1
Energy Example 2

Example 1: Trade WTI (CL)

A CL contract with value of 1,000 barrels

Investors believe that the price of CL is too low and expect it to be increased in the near future, so they buy CL to take advantage.

When the price of CL is 100.00/100.06, investors will buy 1 lot CL at 100.06 with a margin of US$2,000.

When the price is up to 105.06/105.12, investors will sell 1 lot CL at price 105.06 with 500 pips profit (105.06-100.06).

The 500 pips profit can be converted into: 1,000 barrels x (105.06-100.06) USD/barrel = US$5,000 per contract.

Buy CL at 100.06

Sell CL at 105.06

500 points
1.00x (100.06-105.06)+ USD 5,000 per contract
USD 5,00x (1 contract)USD 5,000 profit

 

Example 2: Trade WTI (CL)

A CL contract with value of 1,000 barrels.

An investor believes that the price of CL is too low and expect it to be increased in the near future. Thus, the investor buy CL to gain returns.

When the price of CL is 100.00/100.06, the investor buys a lot of CL at 100.06, with a margin of 2,000 USD.

But the price of CL is not depreciated but risen. When the price is down to 95.06/95.12, the investors sells 1 lot of CL at price 95.06 with 500 pips loss.

The 500 pips loss can be converted into: 1,000 barrels x USD (95.06-100.06)per barrels = -5,000 USD per barrels.

Buy CL at 100.06

Sell CL at 95.06

-500 points
1,000 x (100.06-95.06) -5,000 USD per barrels
- 5,000 USD x 1 Contract -5,000 USD loss

 

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