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commodity future charts


Commodity future charts are available from futures portals and financial information providers.

Some of the more popular resources for these charts are

  • ino.com
  • tradingcharts.com

Ino.com offers free charts (customizable) and basic analyses on the markets.

The web site has been in operation since 1995, and specializes in the futures and options markets, serving traders worldwide with quotes, charts and news.

If you pay for the premium service from ino.com (MarketClub), you'll get Java charting, advanced technical analysis, market education, smart scan technology, download historical and intraday market data.

Tradingcharts.com is a major source for free (delayed data) charts. The chart information is available as daily, weekly, monthly, and (long-term) historical data.

Commodity Future Charts - Making Your Own

Most of the available resources offer charts for the near history, or don't offer intraday data, or offer data in a format that is not suitable to you.

To make long-term charts on your own (and with the help of charting software), you'll need quotes. Companies that sell historical quotes include: