Although many had yet to discover coffee trading's massive potential, this commodity remains steady in almost any market condition. We believe that in order to maintain a well balanced portfolio, a trader needs to combine a wide variety of currencies and commodities. That way you don't put all your eggs in one basket.
The coffee market is dominated by supply coming from Brazil, Vietnam, Indonesia and Colombia with Brazil leading the market. In fact, Brazil produces twice as much as its nearest competitor, Vietnam. However, the cheaper cost of the Vietnamese beans creates an interesting competition within this market.
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Coffee is a steady market, with high demand. The rise of the Robusta growing countries has also created an interesting market where the lure of quality vs cost is creating waves. Likewise, the increased demand for ethically sourced coffee is creating a premium niche market. All of this makes coffee a commodity that is difficult to predict, however, it can also be quite lucrative. In an atmosphere where demand is beginning to outstrip easy supply and ‘green’ consumerism is on the rise, people are willing to pay premium costs for goods, counter to previous economic indicators. All in all, coffee trading is in an interesting state of flux, and with the right strategies, traders can increase their profits.
As you can see, coffee trading is an unusual yet interesting commodity that holds great opportunities for both beginners and experienced traders.
It's important to remember that a diverse portfolio is the smart option for any trader.
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