Trade Oil and Natural Gas with TMGM. Diversify your portfolio by trading CFDs on the largest Oil and Natural Gas markets

Why Trade CFDs on Energies such as Oil and Gas?

Trading CFDs on energies like oil and gas is a great way to diversify your portfolio. TMGM offers you access to those markets without having to purchase the product outright.

Brent Crude Oil
Leverage 1:100
WTI Crude Oil
Leverage 1:100

Why Trade CFDs on Energies with TMGM?

Trade Oil and Natural Gas Markets

Diversify your portfolio with access to the largest Oil and Natural Gas markets.

Spreads from 0.2 pips

Our proprietary TMGM Aggregation engine helps you consistently get the best spreads.

10+ Tier 1 Liquidity Providers

Benefit from the deep liquidity of our pool of top tier liquidity providers to ensure you always get filled at the best rates.

NY4 Servers

Ensure lightning-speed execution with our strategically located NY4 Servers.

Up to 1:200 Leverage

Trade to your maximum potential with high 1:200 leverage

All strategies allowed

Whether you’re a scalper, news trader or EA trader - TMGM provides you the best environment to fulfil your potential.

No Requotes

Never experience a single requote with our deep liquidity pool and lightning execution speeds.

Trusted & Regulated Broker

TMGM has four reputable licenses – ASIC, FMA, VFSC & FSC. You can rest assured that your funds are safe with us.

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Frequently Ask Question

Oil and gas CFD prices change depending on several factors, the most obvious being supply and demand. Events that can increase or decrease supply and demand include:

  • Refinery shutdowns, oil pipeline issues, or conflicts that limit oil extraction and export.
  • A country deciding to reduce their oil output. News reports and other announcements can indicate when these decisions may occur.
  • Decisions made by the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) can also affect oil prices.

If you trade gas CFD products, you can enjoy several advantages, including:

  • These products provide access to spot markets, which are typically out of reach for individual retail traders.
  • Energy CFDs have low capital requirements.
  • CFDs allow you to use leverage to target profits from small market moves and take larger positions with limited capital.

Crude oil is the most liquid energy market, and you will have a wealth of information, data, and reports to inform your trading. You can also consider natural gas markets, which are widely traded globally.
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