Commodities

DEFINITION A commodity is food, metal, or another fixed physical substance that investors buy or sell, usually via futures contracts. Commodities traded in the financial markets for immediate or future delivery are grains, metals, and minerals.
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Commodities are bulk goods and raw materials, such as grains, metals, livestock, oil, cotton, coffee, sugar, and cocoa that is used to produce consumer products. Commodities are bought and sold on the cash market, and they are traded on the futures exchanges in the form of futures contracts. Commodity prices are driven by supply and demand. When a commodity is plentiful -- tomatoes in August, for example -- prices are comparatively low. When a commodity is scarce because of a bad crop or because it is out of season, the price will generally be higher. You can buy options on many commodity futures contracts to participate in the market for less than it might cost you to buy the underlying futures contracts.

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