Interactive Brokers offers trading on various COMEX precious metal futures and eligible clients can take physical delivery of COMEX silver or gold futures.
Physical delivery is in the form of a registered warrant or automated certificate of exchange (ACE) for each full size or E-micro futures contract. Please refer to the COMEX Rulebook for additional information regarding the details of what a warrant represents for that symbol.
|GC||Gold||NYMEX, QBALGO||COMEX Rulebook - Chapter 113
|MGC||Micro Gold||NYMEX||COMEX Rulebook - Chapter 120
Micro Gold Futures
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|SIL||Micro Silver||NYMEX||COMEX Rulebook - Chapter 121
Micro Silver Futures
The CME Deliveries department administers all aspects of the process of physical delivery of silver and gold. The cost of taking delivery of a warrant is a function of settlement price (as assigned by COMEX) multiplied by weight multiplied by finesses, plus any storage costs.
Visit the CME website for current information about the delivery process, delivery periods, delivery terms and other topics.
IBKR clients have access to efficient pricing without having to trade in wholesale quantities.
Use a single, integrated account to trade US Spot Gold side by side with other asset classes such as stocks, options, futures, currencies, bonds and funds, all from the same Trader Workstation (TWS) screen.