New York, USA — Prance Gold Holdings is an automated arbitrage trading platform that uses digital assets to grow profits. Now, the company is adding commodities to their trading platform. This newest addition will provide more opportunities for investors to grow their assets and portfolio.
Commodities are tradable assets that include precious metals, energy, and raw materials needed in our daily lives. It is one of the oldest assets globally and is widely used by many people. To date, the commodities market is worth US$20 trillion a year. This is why financial institutions and big banks are taking advantage of it.
Just recently, Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway bought stakes in five of the biggest trading companies in Japan, adding to the billionaire investor’s wager on the commodities market and marking one of his largest-ever forays into Asia’s second-largest economy. In the past, Buffet was cautious in investing in precious metals because it’s not as productive as a company. Now, the Oracle of Omaha changed his stance and is betting on it. This is a good sign that the commodities market is expected to grow rapidly in the coming years.
With the right strategy, using commodities as a trading vehicle can still be profitable despite the market’s volatility. Prance Gold Holdings employs arbitrage, one of the strategies that can make commodities trading profitable amidst the current economic climate.
During the pre-launch period, 10th August 2020 to 15th September 2020, Prance Gold Holdings offered special deposit rates to participating investors. It was fully booked and all slots were filled up before the end of August.
“Our August pre-booking for commodities arbitrage has been a wondrous hit with the market. All US$200 million worth of slots are cleared before the end of the month. We are very excited to launch this newest addition to Prance Gold,” says Andre Gerald, Chief Executive Officer of Prance Gold Holdings.
“With commodities arbitrage, our clients have more options to diversify their assets. New and experienced investors will get to experience this newest arbitrage on our platform. The best part? Investors won’t need to learn the commodities market because we will handle all the technical aspects for them,” added Gerald.
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