Futures Charts

Free Commodity Futures Charts

TradingView is a resource that makes available free futures charts and stock charts, as well as relevant commodity futures news. There are many indicators in addition to tick data, which makes possible to see desktop-quality intraday stock quotes and free futures charts.

Everything you need to know about commodities futures markets is gathered in one place. In addition to the free commodity charts and quotes you have a convenient watchlist to add favorite futures contracts.

You can find other kinds of charts on TradingView, such as free forex charts and stock charts.

What are Futures Charts and Individual Futures Contracts?

If you compare a stock chart and a futures chart, you will see that they look very differently. Futures contracts represent an agreement to purchase a certain amount of a certain commodity on a particular date (also known as delivery date). This agreement is usually made 3 months in advance, the typical life of a contract.

Commodities can be cash commodities, or actual materials, like gold, copper, pork or wheat. A futures contract is called a contract because it requires physical delivery at a specific date in the future, and the buyer has to accept unless the futures contract is sold before it’s due (expired).

Buyers and sellers of futures contracts agree with the sellers on a fixed price to purchase a commodity at the delivery date. As time goes on, the price of the futures contract fluctuates, due to different expectations of what the price should be. Futures charts are used to track these price changes and speculative traders can profit or lose on these movements.

The purpose in using futures trading charts is obvious – traders need latest information on price movements and other relevant information in order to invest or protect existing investments. Trading charts are a gateway to the world of trading futures contracts, so it’s essential to have a reliable provider that you trust. TradingView streams futures data from leading market providers, and US company data is taken from Edgar-Online, a trademark of the Securities and Exchanges Commission.

Popular Futures Charts

Most popular futures charts are listed in this section. There are many futures sectors: Metals Futures Energy and Oil Futures, Grains and Oilseed Futures, Currency Futures, Index Futures, Interest Rate & Bond Futures. TradingView supports all popular futures chart types, such as candles, area, OHLC bars and lines. Daily commodity futures charts are updated after every day that markets are open, while intraday futures charts are throughout trading hours.

Currency Futures Charts Australian Dollar Futures Chart British Pound Futures Chart Canadian Dollar Futures Chart Euro Futures Chart
Energy / Oil Futures Charts Heating Oi Futures Chart Light Crude Oil Futures Chart Natural Gas Futures Chart Crude Oil Futures Chart
Oilseed & Grain Futures Charts Alberta Barley Futures Chart Barley Futures Chart Corn Futures Chart Soybeans Futures Chart
Metals Futures Charts Copper High Grade Futures Chart Gold Futures Chart Palladium Futures Chart Silver Futures Chart

Embedded Futures Charts

Any website can use our embedded futures charts for free. Forums, blogs and financial websites can add significant value without costs by showing embedded futures charts. Your visitors can see latest prices and interact with the embedded futures chart by zooming in on interesting points, without leaving your site.

Futures Chart Types

Futures Trading Charts show historical and latest price movements, which can be represented by bars, candlesticks, or lines. Technical analysis studies are often used on different futures chart types for the purpose of analyzing reasons for price movements and predicting future movements.

Web-based Futures Charts

Searching for web-based futures trading charts often locates resources that offer software downloads instead. These services require you to open the software in order to view the futures charts that you want. There is nothing wrong with standalone software charting, but there are many disadvantages when compared to web-based futures charts. Software needs installing, it often needs updates, it can become corrupted on your computer, and futures charts are only available on the computer where the software installed. Web-based futures charts allow you to quickly and easily see data from anywhere with an Internet connection, without having to worry about installations, permissions or downloads. Simple and intuitive web-based futures charts give you access to everything you need from any browser.