Commodity Knowledge: Tutorials
Agiblocks CTRM is the first Commodity Trade and Risk Management software solution that really simplifies the daily practices of commodity trade professionals. Designed by traders, it enables its users to focus on the essence of their trading. In our Commodity Knowledge Center you can find a host of links, articles and resources, but let’s kick off with our series of video tutorials to help you get started. You can also watch our video tutorials on our Youtube Channel. Enjoy!
An introduction to the Agiboo Tutorials
Physical commodity contracts and its properties
Deliveries and pricing
Pricing and Fixed Contract Delivery
Commodity Knowledge Center
Commodity knowledge is essential to commodity trade, but also to successfully implement a CTRM solution. Any CTRM solution, but let’s focus on Agiblocks.
The commodity trade industry has many different aspects, ranging from physical commodities, commodity trading, speculative trading, commodity logistics, finance and risk management. We aim to help you understand this unique industry in all of its different facets and how it relates to our commodity trade and risk management solution (CTRM) Agiblocks through this Knowledge Center. According to industry statistics, there’s about a 75 percent failure rate when implementing any CTRM solution. Studies show it’s not due to the product, but rather to the implementation. At Agiboo, we too believe that the success of a CTRM system depends on an effective implementation. Therefore, we’ve made it our mission to not only provide a best in class software solution, but an appropriate support system for accessible, successful implementation as well.
There’s a whole library of useful information and whitepapers here, and we do video’s as well – as you’ve already seen above. Here, we have divided the topics into different categories, so that you can always find the information you need real easily. For example, if you click on ‘Risks’, you will find everything you need on the topic of risks, such as hedging, value at risk and option pricing.