Other Metals Trading

Trade Metals like Silver with Bost and enjoy tight spreads, high leverage and local, specialised support from our regional experts.

Market Spreads and Pricing

FX Pair Spread (from) Leverage (up to) Contract/Lot Size Trade Now
XAGUSD 1.1 1:1000 5,000 oz Buy
XAGEUR 10.0 1:1000 5,000 oz Buy
XAGGBP 9.3 1:1000 5,000 oz Buy

Indices trading with Bost

The major global indices such as the Dow Jones and the FTSE 100 are comprised of some of the largest companies in the world. The weighting of the Indices can often accurately reflect the economic performance of a country. Our tight spreads, mobile and desktop trading capabilities and 24/5-access to the markets keeps you connected, so you can trade Indices anytime, anywhere on MT5. Join the thousands already a part of the Bost community, and let us help you master the MT5 platform, analyse the markets and identify Indices trading opportunities.

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Metals Trading FAQs

  • All of our Metals markets can be traded from 01:00 on Monday, until 23:59 on Friday.

  • There are no hidden fees when trading Metals with Bost.

  • We offer both Gold and Silver markets to all of our clients. You can trade Silver against USD and EUR, and Gold against GBP, USD and EUR.

  • Although Gold and other metals carry many similarities, Gold is by far the most popular of the Metals to trade. Given its intrinsic value, it has long been regarded as a safe-haven asset that traders turn to during times of volatility to protect their funds.

  • Metals such as Gold have no centralised regulator or organisation monitoring their price. This means that Gold is susceptible to natural market moves, and sentiment is a key factor in dictating its price.