The benefits of energy trading with UXOOL

  • High Volt - more features
  • Oil trading - the most actively traded exchange commodity
  • Choice of long or short position depending on market conditions
  • No one-day financing of oil price difference contracts

About energy resources

The most typical characteristic of energy prices is high volatility due to the influence of numerous political and environmental factors. Energy prices are also influenced by many factors of supply and demand, the most powerful of which is global economic growth. In periods of economic prosperity, energy demand is growing, while in periods of economic stagnation there is a decline in consumption.

In addition to economic changes, extreme weather conditions can have a huge impact on energy carriers, leading to disruptions in the supply of crude oil, natural gas or fuel oil. In turn, these circumstances may reduce or increase the demand for many consumer services related to energy. In addition, political instability in countries with some of the largest natural gas fields in the world has a great impact on world energy prices.

Oil – is a global non-stop market whose prices are in constant motion. This makes it an ideal tool for day traders who use rapid changes and choose contracts as the easiest way to trade based on oil prices.

  • Best Forex Provider of 2015 Investors Chronicle & Financial Times
  • Best FX Provider of 2016 Online Personal Wealth Awards
  • Best FX Broker of 2017 Shares Awards
  • Best forex performance of 2017 CFI

The activities of our company are subject to licenses: CySec, MiFID, Ernst & Young and Belize IFSC (license number 60/354 / TS / 17). The availability of these licenses is evidence and guarantee of the provision of high-quality services by UXOOL to its clients at the highest level of service, in accordance with the highest regulations and requirements. UXOOL Ltd is part of the international holding company Leverate Financial Services Ltd (Regulated by Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission License no. 160/11) .

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