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What Is The Difference Between Share Market And Online Commodity Market?

 26 Jul 2018

Commodity Market Online

A virtual marketplace that facilitates buying and selling raw, as well as primary products of consumption, is called an online commodity market. Currently, there are about 50 commodity markets all over the world that encourages investment in trade across 100 such commodities. Usually, the online commodity market is divided into two types, the hard commodities and the soft commodities. Hard commodities are commodities like rubber, gold and oil. On the other hand, soft commodities are certain agricultural products like wheat, sugar, coffee, pork and soybean. Any developing country, for instance, India relies heavily on online commodity market investment like oil and steel to reinforce their infrastructure so that they can cater to the need of the population that is largely middle class. Such a trend have created the excessive demand on high prices of commodities and as such, the demand ratio also lures in investors at large who would otherwise have restricted their investment to bond and stocks.

Stock Market

It refers to the collection of exchanges and markets where issue and trade of stocks and equities take place. These stocks and equities they belong to companies that are either privately held or are bonds as well as other securities of different classes. As such the trade takes place through over the counter exchanges as well as through formal exchanges. Anytime manufacturers are buying commodities cheap, there seems to be the steady rise in their income which is followed by stock prices. The general trend is when consumers don’t buy manufactured goods, their earnings seem to drop along with the stock prices. On the other hand, consumer demand across a range of developing countries also keeps the earning of manufacturer high as stock prices increase steadily.

Both online commodity trading market and stock market allow investors to earn benefits at large. A fine instance is when a large number of stocks are in the habit of distributing dividends on a quarterly basis. As such the benefit of such commodities allow for values to be supported on account of any physical possession. Thus, investors feel more and more inclined towards buying commodities pertaining to economic conditions of the year.

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