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Bullion Trading

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Trade Gold and Silver

The goal in bullion trading is to buy when the price is low, and sell when the price is high.
The relative lack of correlation with other asset classes makes bullion a useful hedging instrument and is often used to gauge market sentiment as a safe-haven during uncertainty.

Why trade Gold & Silver with Hantec Global?

Sophisticated Trading Technology

User friendly trading technology on all platforms.



Excellent Support

Outstanding customer support in 15 languages. Hantec Global Ltd. is regulated by the FSC.


24 hour Trading

Clients can enjoy uninhibited access to their accounts at all times via the MT4 platform.


Low Spreads Available

Take advantage of some of the lowest spreads available, and competitive commission rates.




Bullion Trading Conditions

Why trade bullion?


A physical product

Bullion refers to raw precious metals, such as gold and silver in their pure form. Buying (or selling) the metal in its pure, industrial form means you pay closer to its “melt value”.


Position Hedging

Due to its negative correlation with many other assets, bullion is often used as a hedging tool. This allows positions to be offset, which enables more controlled risk management.

The Bullion Market

This is where buyers and sellers come together to trade bullion. It is open 24 hours a day, with most trading occurring in London. The high turnover rate, and large volume of transactions means this is a very liquid market. Gold and Silver get their value from commercial and industrial use.

The online market for bullion makes it readily accessible for all traders. Trading Gold and Silver through MT4 using CFDs means there is no concern over receiving or delivering the physical asset.



Gold/Silver Options

An option to buy or sell gold/silver bullion at a future date at a set price. The date (delivery date), quantity and price (strike price), are all predetermined. The option is just that, an option, and is therefore not an obligation on the part of the investor to either buy or sell the gold or silver.

An option is similar to a futures contract in that the price, date and amount are preset for both. The main difference between the two is that a futures contract is an obligation, or promise, made by the investor to uphold the contract whereas an option is not obligation.

While the majority of press is given to price movements of gold in the global marketplace, silver is also viewed by many to hold key importance in understanding the potential movements of commodities markets, and of the overall marketplace as well. This is due to the fact that many buyers and sellers trade silver based on global-macro trends.


Gold Option

An option to buy or sell gold bullion at a future date at a set price.

Gold Fix

This is where the gold price is set twice per day. The price is dependent on general market supply and demand. These prices are then used worldwide to determine the price of bullion-related products.

Utilize both long and short positions with CFDs to manage your exposure by “hedging”.


Hedge is an investment to reduce the risk of adverse price movements in an asset. Normally, a hedge consists of taking an offsetting position in a related security.

Gold/Silver Ratio

A ratio (X:1), demonstrating how many ounces of silver (X) it takes to purchase one ounce of gold – the fixed variable. Investors use the fluctuating ratio to evaluate the relative value of silver, which determines if it’s an optimal time to purchase gold or silver. It also helps investors diversify their precious-metal holdings.

Account types

Hantec Global offers a variety of Live and Demo trading accounts including Swap Free, Joint and Corporate accounts.

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Risk Warning

Forex and CFDs are leveraged products which can result in losses greater than your initial deposit. Therefore you should only speculate with money that you can afford to lose.
Please ensure you fully understand the risks involved, seeking independent advice if necessary prior to entering into such transactions. Please click here to view our Risk Disclosure.

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