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Knowledge Base

Limit order

An order to buy/sell at a specified price or better.

Market order

An order to buy or sell immediately at the current market price.

Limit stop loss order

An order to sell or close a position at a set price after the market reaches a certain price to control the loss.

Limit stop profit order

Similar to a limit stop order, an order that is sold or closed at a set price after the market reaches a certain price is used to control profitability.

Market stop loss order

An order to sell or close a position at a market price after the market reaches a certain price, used to control losses.

Market price

Similar to a market-based stop-loss order, an order that sells or closes a market price after the market reaches a certain price is used to control profitability.

Moving stop loss order

You need to set a price difference. When the commodity price is retracted from any price to the price difference you set, the market price stop loss order is executed. A trailing stop sell order can protect and maximize profits as the stock price rises and limit losses as the stock price falls.

Immediately all transactions or automatic cancellation (FOK)

This type of order is a limit order and must be completely closed or cancelled (revoked). The purpose of closing or canceling an order is to ensure that the position enters a satisfactory price.

Immediate retraction of the remaining orders is automatically cancelled (FAK)

This type of order is a limit order. After the transaction, the remaining order amount is automatically revoked to ensure that the order will not be displayed in the delegate queue.

Alternative Order (OCO)

This option allows the user to place a pair of orders, and if one order is executed in whole or in part, another order will be automatically cancelled. The second option is to order a single stop loss order and a limit order. This option allows you to set profit and stop loss targets for your positions (limit orders only).

IFO order

This option allows you to set an OCO order when you open a position, and the OCO order will only take effect when the order is opened.

Wobble plate

With the “swinging plate” limit order, you can be sure to pay the market maker fee. After the release, the “swinging” limit order will be inserted into the order book or cancelled (limit orders only).

Hidden list

A hidden order is an order that will not be displayed on the order book.

Margin trading

Margin trading means that you only need to pay a certain percentage of the margin to buy and sell a contract. Usually the margin ratio is one tenth or less of the contract value. He can amplify your earnings and may also expose you to additional risks.

What is a CFD contract?

CFD (CFD) can reflect the price change of a stock or index and provide the profit or loss caused by the price change without actually owning the stock or index futures. CFDs for CFDs are traded on margin. As with physical transactions, earnings or losses are determined by your buying and selling prices. CFDs have many advantages over traditional stock trading.

How to trade CFD contracts?

For each CFD, the system provides a purchase price and a sale price. When you make a buy transaction (buy open or sell), your transaction price is the purchase price provided by the system; when you do when the transaction is sold (buy closing or selling), your transaction price is the selling price provided by the system.

What is a market maker system?

The market maker system is a market trading system. A legal person with certain strength and credibility acts as a market maker, constantly providing investors with the buying and selling price, and accepting the trading requirements of investors according to the price they provide. Funds and securities are traded with investors to provide immediate and liquidity to the market.

What is the margin for opening a position and what is a maintenance margin?

When you need to trade a certain contract, you need to pay a certain percentage of the margin, which is called the opening margin. Maintenance margin is the minimum amount of money required to secure your position, usually less than the amount required to open a margin.

What is a short position and what is a position?

When the remaining funds in your account are less than the maintenance margin required for the trading contract, your position will be forcibly closed by the exchange, also known as a short position. Since the price at the time of closing is determined according to the market price, when the transaction price is extremely unfavorable, your funds may not be enough to pay for the loss of the transaction, resulting in a negative value for your account. This situation is called wearing a position.