Commodity.com is monetized though advertising. In addition to banner advertisements, we receive commissions from some advertisers through affiliate links.
We earn commissions via affiliate links. Affiliate links track website visitor clicks to an advertiser’s website.
Put simply:- we earn money when visitors become customers of our affiliate partners after clicking links on our site.
These ads help us pay our team of writers, editors and web developers, thank you! More details about the specific affiliate link partners we have on this site below.
Commodity.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon.com
Please assume any link to Amazon is an affiliate link.
Brokers and Other Services
We have affiliate relationships with and receive commissions if you become an active trader with one of these providers.
- City Index
- Trading 212
- XM .com
These brokers pay compensation to websites (like us), when a visitor (like you) — clicks through to their site and becomes a paying client.
Additionally, we use a few affiliate networks to find and promote products relevant to our audience. Currently, that list includes:
- Commission Junction
Note: Although we aim to list every affiliate link partner here, there might be delays or accidental omissions between site updates.
If something isn’t clear, or if you have any questions or comments about these commercial relationships, please let know. You can contact us here.
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