The Forums product is where traders from around the world share ideas, debate, and swap war stories about the gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and copper markets. There are threads dedicated to every trading topic, filled with first-hand accounts from traders who've been there. It's a productive environment where professional discourse is the norm, supported by astute members and a moderation approach that's true to trading culture. Information on becoming a member can be found in the user guide.
The News product breaks market-moving news faster and more consistently than any internet source, making it the go-to destination for understanding the daily, hourly, and minute-by-minute market drivers. And when news isn't breaking, the product serves as an intelligent curation of the financial media's most insightful stories, making it easy for traders to follow the global news flow. Metals Mine's unique approach, combined with an editorial team working 24 hours a day, makes for a news feed that's high in value, low in noise, and catered specifically to metals traders.
The Calendar product is designed specifically for metals traders. Everything from the events covered to the impact ratings are presented as they relate to the metals markets, resulting in an easy-to-use resource that keeps traders in the know. The Calendar is packed with modern features like event filtering, customizable alerts, historic charts, adjustable time zone, related news, and most importantly, it's backed by an elite team of financial economists operating 24/7. Their mission is to ensure the Calendar is accurate, reliable, and current, so that traders can depend on it for their most important decisions.
The Market product is powered by a sophisticated infrastructure that aggregates prices from multiple sources. The infrastructure has been developed by Fair Economy since 2009, and its price-aggregation capabilities enable Metals Mine to provide real-time spot prices that are truer to the market than any single-source feed. The Market product also includes synthetic instruments that cross two metals (e.g. Gold/Silver) and cross metals with global currencies (e.g. Gold/EUR). More information can be found in the user guide.