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CORN Corn futures

CFD Commodity


Agriculture Grains CME

Why Trade CORN?

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What is Corn futures / CORN?

CORN is the ticker symbol for Corn futures. CORN is a Commodity CFD. Access a central, transparent point of global price discovery with Corn futures. Profit from or hedge against price movements in the United States' most widely grown crop. Corn futures are the most liquid and active market in grains, with 350,000 contracts traded per day.

The standard contract size for CORN is 2 with max lots of 1000 tradeable in 1 lot increments.

CORN Product Specification

Contract Size
Margin Currency
Profile Currency
Pip Value
Asset Class
Max Lots
Minimum Size
3-Day Swap
Product Specs

CORN Sessions

Market Hours
24 Hrs
Time Zone
GMT +2 / GMT +3

CORN Platform Access

Price Feed
Scalping / News
Automated Trading
Day Trading

Popular CORN FAQs

What is the minimum trade size for CORN?

The minimum trade size for CORN is 1

What is the maximum trade size I can open on CORN?

1000 lots

Is CFD trading risky?

CFD trading is extremely risky. Trading any leveraged product carries significant risk as you have the ability to open positions that are far larger than your account balance.

What leverage do we offer on Commodity?

We offer competitive leverage rates which are determined by the Afterprime entity you register with.

What is the value of one Commodity point?

One Commodity point is normally = to 0.2 unit of base currency. For instance, one Commodity point of CORN is = to 0.2 USD.

CORN Futures Trading Strategies

CORN futures are one of the most popular commodities to trade. Here are 3 trading strategies that can be used when trading CORN futures.

The Trend Following Strategy

This is probably the most common CORN futures trading strategy. The idea behind this strategy is to buy futures when the price is trending upwards and sell when the price is trending downwards. This strategy can be used on any time frame from short term charts such as 5 minutes all the way up to long term charts such as monthly charts.

The key to this strategy is to make sure you understand what the current trend is and to enter trades in the direction of that trend. One way to do this is by using trend lines or moving averages.

The Breakout Strategy

The breakout strategy is a bit more aggressive than the trend following strategy. With this strategy, traders will look for prices to breakout of previous highs or lows. When prices breakout to new highs, traders will look to buy while expecting prices to continue higher. When prices breakout to new lows, traders will look to sell while expecting prices to continue lower.

Traders will usually place their stop loss orders just above or below the previous high or low depending on which direction they are trading. As with the trend following strategy, breakout trades can be taken on any time frame but are often taken on shorter time frames such as 1 hour or 4 hour charts.

The Countertrend Trading Strategy

This CORN futures trading strategy is the opposite of the trend following strategy as it looks to trade against the current trend. So, if prices are in an uptrend, traders would look for selling opportunities and if prices are in a downtrend, traders would look for buying opportunities.

One way to trade countertrends is by waiting for prices to retrace back towards a previously established support or resistance level before entering a trade in the opposite direction. Another way to trade countertrends is by identifying reversal candlesticks such as hammer or shooting star candlesticks which often signal that a reversal is about to occur.

These are just 3 of the many different CORN futures trading strategies that can be used when trading this commodity. Which one you use will depend on your own personal preferences and risk tolerance levels. However, it’s always a good idea to have multiple strategies in your toolkit so that you can adapt as market conditions change.

Disclaimer: The content on this site should not be considered investment advice. Investing is speculative. When investing, your capital is at risk.

CORN Trading Strategies.

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Risk Warning: CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 62% of retail investors' accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money. Please refer to our full Risk Disclosure Notice.

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