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Order Types

Traders may send instructions for market orders and pending orders.

Market Orders

Market Order: This is an order to buy or sell at the current market price that is available. The system automatically aggregates the volume received from third party liquidity providers and executes the ‘market order’ at VWAP (‘Volume-Weighted Average Price’) that is the average and best available price at the time of execution.

Pending Order(s)

Stop Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘stop price’. Once the market reaches the ‘stop price’, the ‘stop order’ is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Stop orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Stop Loss: this is an order to minimise losses. Once the market reaches the ‘stop loss price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop loss’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Stop loss’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Limit Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘limit price’. Once the market reaches the ‘limit price’ the order is triggered and executed at the ‘limit price’ or better. If the limit order is partially filled, a new Limit order will be automatically created for the outstanding volume and executed once the market price reaches the originally requested ‘limit price’. If the ‘limit order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Limit orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Take Profit: this is an order to secure profits. Once the market reaches the ‘take profit price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘limit order’. If the ‘take profit’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Take profit’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Good till Cancel (‘GTC’) (= Expiry): this is a time setting that the client may apply to ‘pending orders’. The client may choose a specific date in the future until which the order may remain ‘live’ and pending execution; if the order is not triggered during this timeframe it shall be deleted from the system.

Good till Date (‘GTD’): this is an execution setting that applies to ‘pending orders’ traded through cTrader. It defines the period of the first 5 seconds commencing at the time the order is triggered; during these 5 seconds the order is pending execution according to its type described above.

Pending Order Modification/ Cancellation: An order can be modified by the client if the market did not reach the price level specified by the client and the order was not cancelled in the meantime. An order will be cancelled in the event any of the following occurs:

  • if the requested price is more than 50,000 PIPS from the market price; or
  • if a client manually cancels an order prior to the market reaching the price level specified by the client; or
  • if a client places an expiration time frame and this is reached; or
  • after 200 unsuccessful attempts to execute the order.

Slippage: at the time that an order is presented for execution, the specific price requested by the client may not be available; therefore, the order will be executed close to or a number of pips away from the client’s requested price. If the execution price is better than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘positive slippage’. In contrast, if the execution price is worse than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘negative slippage’. Please be advised that ‘slippage’ is a normal market practice and a regular feature of the foreign exchange markets under conditions* such as illiquidity and volatility due to news announcements, economic events and market openings. The FxPro’s automated execution software does not operate based on any individual parameters related to the execution of orders through any specific client accounts.

* Please note that this is not an exhaustive list.[:fr]

Ordre(s) instantané(s)

Les traders peuvent envoyer des instructions pour les ordres au marché et les ordres en attente.

Ordre instantané

Ordre de marché : c’est un ordre d’acheter ou de vendre au cours actuellement disponible sur le marché. Le système agrège automatiquement le volume reçu de fournisseurs tiers de liquidités et exécute l’« ordre au marché » au cours moyen pondéré du volume (VWAP) qui constitue la moyenne du meilleur cours disponible au moment de l’exécution.

Ordre en attente

Ordre Stop: Un ordre stop est un ordre d’achat ou de vente d’un produit une fois que le prix atteint un niveau défini. Un ordre stop d’achat est émis à un prix toujours supérieur au cours du marché Un ordre de vente stop est toujours placé à un prix inférieur au cours du marché. Une fois lancé, il s’écoulera un maximum de 3 secondes pendant lesquelles notre plateforme ECN essaiera d’exécuter votre ordre au prix que vous avez fixé. Tout volume qui n’aura pas été écoulé au terme de ce délai sera exécuté au prix du marché.

Stop Loss: Un ordre utilisé pour minimiser des pertes. Une fois que le marché atteint le prix « stop loss », l’ordre est déclenché et traité comme un ordre de marché. Si le « stop loss », n’est pas déclenché, il peut rester en suspens dans le système jusqu’à une date ultérieure. Un ordre « Stop loss » peut être placé aussi près que souhaité du prix du marché, sans restriction.

Ordre à cours limité: il s’agit d’un ordre de vente ou d’achat lorsque le marché atteint le « prix limite ». L’ordre est alors déclenché et exécuté au « prix limite » (ou à un meilleur prix). Si l’ordre est exécuté partiellement, un nouvel ordre à cours limité sera automatiquement créé pour le volume restant et exécuté une fois que le marché aura atteint le « prix limite » initialement demandé. Si l’ordre à cours limité n’est pas déclenché, il restera dans le système jusqu’à une date ultérieure soumise aux conditions décrites dans la section « bon jusqu’à annulation ». Les ordres à cours limité peuvent être placés aussi près que souhaité du prix du marché, sans restriction.

(en attente) Take Profit : un Take Profit sert à sécuriser les profits. . Une fois que le marché atteint le prix « Take Profit», l’ordre est déclenché et traité comme un ordre à cours limité. Si le « Take profit », n’est pas déclenché, il peut rester dans le système jusqu’à une date ultérieure. « Take Profit » peut être placé aussi près que souhaité du prix du marché, sans restriction.

*(en attente) Ordre de marché : Il s’agit d’une demande visant à ouvrir ou fermer une position d’achat ou de vente au cours du marché disponible. Votre demande restera valide jusqu’à son exécution. FxPro cTrader regroupera automatiquement toutes les liquidités disponibles aux meilleurs prix disponibles et effectuera l’ordre au prix VWAP (prix moyen pondéré en fonction du volume). Une fois que l’ordre de marché est déclenché, il peut être sujet à conditions, telles que ‘Good till Day’ ou ‘Good till Cancel’

Good till Cancel (‘GTC’) (=expiration) :Il s’agit d’une option de temps que le client peut paramétrer dans ses “ordres en attente”. Il peut choisir une date future spécifique jusqu’à laquelle l’ordre reste valable et en attente d’exécution. Si l’ordre n’est pas déclenché à l’issue de ce délai, il est supprimé du système.

Good till Day (‘GTD’):Il s’agit d’une option d’exécution applicable aux «ordres en attente » placés via cTrader, à savoir les 5 premières secondes à partir du moment où l’ordre est déclenché. Durant ces 5 secondes, notre plateforme ECN tentera d’exécuter votre ordre, selon le type de ce dernier tel que décrit précédemment.

Modification/annulation d’ordre en cours: Le client peut modifier un ordre si le marché n’a pas atteint le prix qu’il avait indiqué et si l’ordre n’a pas été annulé entretemps. Un ordre sera annulé dans les cas suivants :

  • si le prix demandé est supérieur de plus de 50,000 PIPS au prix du marché ; ou
  • si un client annule manuellement un ordre avant que le marché n’atteigne le prix qu’il a indiqué ; ou
  • si le client définit un temps d’expiration et que celui-ci est atteint ; ou
  • après 200 tentatives infructueuses d’exécution de l’ordre.

Slippage: Au moment où l’ordre arrive à exécution, le prix spécifique demandé par le client peut ne pas être disponible ; dans ce cas, l’ordre sera exécuté à un prix proche ou avec un certain écart de pips par rapport au prix souhaité par le client. Si le prix d’exécution est meilleur que celui demandé par le client, on parle alors de « slippage positif ». A contrario, si le prix d’exécution est plus bas que le prix demandé par le client, on parle de « slippage négatif ». Veuillez noter que le ‘slippage’ est une pratique courante et régulière du marché du forex, sous réserve de conditions* telles que l’illiquidité et la volatilité due à des annonces importantes, des événements économiques et l’ouverture de marchés. Le logiciel automatique d’exécution de FxPro ne repose pas sur les paramètres individuels liés à l’exécution d’ordres sur des comptes de clients.

* Veuillez noter que cette liste n’est pas exhaustive[:de]

Auftragsarten

Händler können Aufträge für Market Orders und Ausstehende Order erteilen.

Market Order

Market Order: Dies ist ein Auftrag zum Kauf oder Verkauf zum aktuell geltenden Marktpreis. Das System fasst automatisch die Volumina zusammen, die von den Liquiditätsanbietern als Drittanbieter erhalten wurden, und führt die Market Order zum VWAP (Volume-Weighted Average Price) aus. Dies ist ein Durchschnittspreis und der beste Preis, der zum Zeitpunkt der Ausführung verfügbar ist.

PENDING ORDERS

Stop Order:ist ein Auftrag zu kaufen oder verkaufen sobald der Markt den Stop Price erreicht. Sobald dieser erreicht wird, wird der Auftrag ausgelöst und als Market Order* behandelt. Wenn die Stop Order nicht ausgelöst wird, bleibt sie bis zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt im System wie im Unterpunkt „Good till Cancel“ beschrieben. Eine Stop Order kann ohne Beschränkung so nahe wie möglich am aktuellen Marktpreis erteilt werden.

Stop Loss:dies ist ein Auftrag, um Verluste zu minimieren. Sobald der Markt den Stop Loss Preis erreicht, wird der Auftrag ausgelöst und als Market Order* behandelt. Wenn der Stop Loss nicht ausgelöst wird, bleibt er bis zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt im System. Ein Stop Loss kann ohne Beschränkung so nahe wie möglich am aktuellen Marktpreis erteilt werden.

Limit Order:Dies ist ein Auftrag zum Kauf oder Verkauf, sobald der Markt den “Grenzpreis” erreicht hat. Sobald der Markt den “Grenzpreis” erreicht, wird der Auftrag ausgelöst und zum “Grenzpreis” oder besser ausgeführt. Wenn der limitierte Auftrag teilweise erfüllt ist, wird automatisch ein neuer limitierter Auftrag für das ausstehende Volumen erstellt und ausgeführt, sobald der Marktpreis den ursprünglich angeforderten “Grenzpreis” erreicht hat. Wenn der limitierte Auftrag nicht ausgelöst werden soll, bleibt er bis er zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt im System, unter der Rubrik “Bis Widerruf gültig”. “Limitierte Aufträge” können so nah wie möglich am Marktpreis angeboten werden; es gibt keine Beschränkungen.

Take Profit:dies ist ein Auftrag, um Gewinne zu sichern. Sobald der Markt den Take Profit Preis erreicht, wird der Auftrag ausgelöst und als Limit Order behandelt. Wenn der Take Profit nicht ausgelöst wird, bleibt er bis zu einem späteren Zeitpunkt im System. Ein Take Profit kann ohne Beschränkung so nahe wie möglich am aktuellen Marktpreis erteilt werden.

Good till Cancel (GTC) (=Verfall):dies ist eine Zeitangabe, die der Kunde für Pending Orders wählen kann. Es kann sich um ein bestimmtes Datum in der Zukunft handeln, bis zu dem die Order aktiv und ausführbar sein soll, danach wird sie aus dem System gelöscht.

Good till Day (GTD):dies eine Einstellung, die im cTrader für eine Pending Order gewählt werden kann. Am gewünschten Zeitpunkt wird in den ersten 5 Sekunden der Auftrag ausgelöst; innerhalb dieser 5 Sekunden wird der Auftrag wie oben unter Pending Order beschrieben ausgeführt.

Modifikation/Löschung einer Pending Order: Ein Auftrag kann vom Kunden geändert werden, wenn der Markt nicht das vom Auftraggeber festgelegte Preisniveau erreicht und die Bestellung nicht in der Zwischenzeit aufgehoben worden ist. Ein Auftrag wird im Falle eines der folgenden Ereignisse storniert:

  • wenn der angeforderte Preis mehr als 50.000 PIPS vom Marktpreis beträgt; oder
  • wenn ein Kunde den Auftrag manuell löscht, bevor der Markt das vom Kunden festgelegte Preisniveau erreicht; oder
  • wenn ein Kunde einen Ablaufzeitrahmen erstellt und dieser erreicht ist; oder
  • nach 200 erfolglosen Versuchen, den Auftrag auszuführen.

Slippage: es kann sein, dass zu dem Zeitpunkt, an dem der Auftrag zur Ausführung gelangen soll, der vom Kunden angeforderte Preis nicht mehr verfügbar ist; daher wird der Auftrage nahe oder einige Pips vom angeforderten Preis entfernt ausgeführt. Wenn der Ausführungspreis besser als der angeforderte Preis ist, wird dies als positive Slippage bezeichnet. Der entgegengesetzte Fall, wenn der Ausführungspreis schlechter als der gewünschte Preis ist, wird dies als negative Slippage bezeichnet. Bitte beachten Sie, dass Slippage marktüblich und ein normaler Bestandteil des Devisenmarktes unter Bedingungen* wie fehlender Liquidität und Volatilität aufgrund von Nachrichten, wirtschaftlichen Ereignissen und während Marktöffnungszeiten ist. Die automatisierte Software von FxPro handelt nicht auf Basis von individuellen Parametern in Zusammenhang mit der Auftragsdurchführung durch einzelne Kundenkonten.

* Bitte beachten Sie, dass es sich hier nicht um eine vollständige Liste handelt.[:it]

Order Types

Traders may send instructions for market orders and pending orders.

Market Orders

Market Order: This is an order to buy or sell at the current market price that is available. The system automatically aggregates the volume received from third party liquidity providers and executes the ‘market order’ at VWAP (‘Volume-Weighted Average Price’) that is the average and best available price at the time of execution.

Pending Order(s)

Stop Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘stop price’. Once the market reaches the ‘stop price’, the ‘stop order’ is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Stop orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Stop Loss: this is an order to minimise losses. Once the market reaches the ‘stop loss price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop loss’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Stop loss’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Limit Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘limit price’. Once the market reaches the ‘limit price’ the order is triggered and executed at the ‘limit price’ or better. If the limit order is partially filled, a new Limit order will be automatically created for the outstanding volume and executed once the market price reaches the originally requested ‘limit price’. If the ‘limit order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Limit orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Take Profit: this is an order to secure profits. Once the market reaches the ‘take profit price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘limit order’. If the ‘take profit’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Take profit’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Good till Cancel (‘GTC’) (= Expiry): this is a time setting that the client may apply to ‘pending orders’. The client may choose a specific date in the future until which the order may remain ‘live’ and pending execution; if the order is not triggered during this timeframe it shall be deleted from the system.

Good till Date (‘GTD’): this is an execution setting that applies to ‘pending orders’ traded through cTrader. It defines the period of the first 5 seconds commencing at the time the order is triggered; during these 5 seconds the order is pending execution according to its type described above.

Pending Order Modification/ Cancellation: An order can be modified by the client if the market did not reach the price level specified by the client and the order was not cancelled in the meantime. An order will be cancelled in the event any of the following occurs:

  • if the requested price is more than 50,000 PIPS from the market price; or
  • if a client manually cancels an order prior to the market reaching the price level specified by the client; or
  • if a client places an expiration time frame and this is reached; or
  • after 200 unsuccessful attempts to execute the order.

Slippage: at the time that an order is presented for execution, the specific price requested by the client may not be available; therefore, the order will be executed close to or a number of pips away from the client’s requested price. If the execution price is better than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘positive slippage’. In contrast, if the execution price is worse than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘negative slippage’. Please be advised that ‘slippage’ is a normal market practice and a regular feature of the foreign exchange markets under conditions* such as illiquidity and volatility due to news announcements, economic events and market openings. The FxPro’s automated execution software does not operate based on any individual parameters related to the execution of orders through any specific client accounts.

* Please note that this is not an exhaustive list.[:hu]

Megbízási Típusok

A kereskedők küldhetnek utasításokat a megbízásoknak és függőben levő megbízásoknak.

Piaci megbízás

Piaci megbízás: ez egy az aktuális áron történő vételre vagy eladásra szóló megbízás, A rendszer automatikusan összesíti a külső likviditásnyújtóktól kapott volumeneket és a piaci megbízást „VWAP” szerint („volumen szerint súlyozott átlagáron”), azaz a végrehajtás időpontjában elérhető átlagos és lehető legjobb áron.

Függőben lévő Megbízás(ok)

Stop Megbízás: A stop megbízás egy olyan vételi vagy eladási megbízás, mely akkor kerül végrehajtásra, amikor az árfolyam egy meghatározott szintet ér el. Amikor a piaci ár eléri a ’stop árat’ a megbízás ’azonnali megbízásként’* fog viselkedni. Amennyiben a piac nem éri el a megbízásban meghatározott árat, az elraktározásra kerül a rendszerben egy későbbi időpontig, ahogy az az ’Good till Cancel’ pontban is megtalálható. A ’Stop Order’ megbízás a piaci ártól bármilyen távolságra elhelyezhető, nincs semmilyen megkötés.

Stop Loss: A veszteség csökkentésére szolgáló megbízás. Amikor a piaci ár eléri a ’stop loss árat’ a megbízás ’azonnali megbízásként’* fog viselkedni. Amennyiben a piac nem éri el a megbízásban meghatározott árat, az elraktározásra kerül a rendszerben egy későbbi időpontig. A ’Stop Loss’ megbízás a piaci ártól bármilyen távolságra elhelyezhető, nincs semmilyen megkötés.

Limitáras megbízás: megbízás vételre vagy eladásra, amely akkor teljesül, amikor a piac elérte a ‘limitárat’. A megbízás akkor indul el és teljesül, amikor a piac elérte a ‘limitárat’, vagy annál kedvezőbb árat. Ha egy limitáras megbízás csak részben teljesül, a fennmaradó volumenre automatikusan létrejön egy új limitáras megbízás, amely akkor teljesül, ha a piaci ár eléri az eredetileg kért ‘limitárat’. Ha egy limitáras megbízás csak részben teljesül, a fennmaradó volumenre automatikusan létrejön egy új limitáras megbízás, amely akkor teljesül, ha a piaci ár eléri az eredetileg kért ‘limitárat’. A ‘limitáras megbízásokra’ nincs korlátozás; az ár lehetőség szerint a fennálló piaci ár közelében maradhat.

Take Profit: Olyan pozíciózárási megbízás, amely a pozíció megtermelt eredményének realizálására irányul. Amikor a piaci ár eléri a ’take profit árat’ a megbízás ’ a ’take profit áron’ áron fog teljesülni. Amennyiben a piac nem éri el a megbízásban meghatározott árat, az elraktározásra kerül a rendszerben egy későbbi időpontig, ahogy az az ’Good till Cancel’ pontban is megtalálható. A ’Take Profit’ megbízás a piaci ártól bármilyen távolságra elhelyezhető, nincs semmilyen megkötés.

Good till Cancel (’GTC’) (= Lejárati Idő): Azt az időszakot jelenti, ameddig az ügyfél függő megbízásait függő megbízásként kezeljük. Az ügyfél által választott jövőbeli időpontig a megbízás élő és függőben van, ha a megbízás az ügyfél által megadott időpontig nem teljesül, akkor törlődik a rendszerből.

Good till Day (‘GTD’) : A cTradere-en kerekedési rendszeren keresztül megadott, függöben lévő megbízásoknál alkalmazott metódus. A végrehajtást követően egy 5 másodperces időlimit áll rendelkezésre, amikor az ECN a megbízást az Ön által meghatározott áron, vagy annál kedvezőbben próbálja végrehajtani. Minden végrehajtásra nem került mennyiség, mely ezután még megmarad egy új függőben levő limit megbízásként fog megjelenni.

Függő megbízás módosítás/ Törlés: Az ügyfél módosíthatja megbízását, ha a piac nem érte el az ügyfél által meghatározott árszintet, és eközben a megbízást nem törölték. A megbízás az alábbi esetek bármelyike fennállása esetén törlődik:

  • ha a kért ár a piaci árnál több mint 50,000 PIPS; vagy
  • ha az ügyfél manuálisan töröl egy megbízást még az előtt, hogy a piaci ár elérte volna az ügyfél által meghatározott árszintet; vagy
  • ha az ügyfél egy lejárati időtartamot határoz meg, amit elérnek; vagy
  • a megbízás teljesítésére vonatkozó 200 sikertelen kísérletet követően.

Slippage: Abban az esetben lehetséges, amikor az ügyfél által benyújtott áron a megbízás nem biztos, hogy teljesülni tud, ezért a megbízás az ügyfél által megadott árhoz közel vagy néhány pip távolságra fog teljesülni. Ha a végrehajtási ár jobb, mint az ügyfél által kért ár, akkor ‘positive slippage-ről’, ellenkező esetben ‘negative slippage-ről’ beszélünk. Kérjük, vegye figyelembe, hogy a slippage normális piaci gyakorlat és elfogadott a deviza kereskedelemben. Minden olyan esetben, amikor híradások, gazdasági jelentések és kereskedés megnyitásának* következtében likviditási hiány vagy többlet lép fel a piacon. Az FxPro automatikus végrehajtási rendszere ügyfélre való tekintett nélkül alkalmazza ezt a gyakorlatot.

* Kérjük, vegye figyelembe, hogy ez a lista nem teljes.[:pl]

Order Types

Traders may send instructions for market orders and pending orders.

Market Orders

Market Order: This is an order to buy or sell at the current market price that is available. The system automatically aggregates the volume received from third party liquidity providers and executes the ‘market order’ at VWAP (‘Volume-Weighted Average Price’) that is the average and best available price at the time of execution.

Pending Order(s)

Stop Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘stop price’. Once the market reaches the ‘stop price’, the ‘stop order’ is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Stop orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Stop Loss: this is an order to minimise losses. Once the market reaches the ‘stop loss price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop loss’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Stop loss’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Limit Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘limit price’. Once the market reaches the ‘limit price’ the order is triggered and executed at the ‘limit price’ or better. If the limit order is partially filled, a new Limit order will be automatically created for the outstanding volume and executed once the market price reaches the originally requested ‘limit price’. If the ‘limit order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Limit orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Take Profit: this is an order to secure profits. Once the market reaches the ‘take profit price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘limit order’. If the ‘take profit’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Take profit’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Good till Cancel (‘GTC’) (= Expiry): this is a time setting that the client may apply to ‘pending orders’. The client may choose a specific date in the future until which the order may remain ‘live’ and pending execution; if the order is not triggered during this timeframe it shall be deleted from the system.

Good till Date (‘GTD’): this is an execution setting that applies to ‘pending orders’ traded through cTrader. It defines the period of the first 5 seconds commencing at the time the order is triggered; during these 5 seconds the order is pending execution according to its type described above.

Pending Order Modification/ Cancellation: An order can be modified by the client if the market did not reach the price level specified by the client and the order was not cancelled in the meantime. An order will be cancelled in the event any of the following occurs:

  • if the requested price is more than 50,000 PIPS from the market price; or
  • if a client manually cancels an order prior to the market reaching the price level specified by the client; or
  • if a client places an expiration time frame and this is reached; or
  • after 200 unsuccessful attempts to execute the order.

Slippage: at the time that an order is presented for execution, the specific price requested by the client may not be available; therefore, the order will be executed close to or a number of pips away from the client’s requested price. If the execution price is better than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘positive slippage’. In contrast, if the execution price is worse than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘negative slippage’. Please be advised that ‘slippage’ is a normal market practice and a regular feature of the foreign exchange markets under conditions* such as illiquidity and volatility due to news announcements, economic events and market openings. The FxPro’s automated execution software does not operate based on any individual parameters related to the execution of orders through any specific client accounts.

* Please note that this is not an exhaustive list.[:pt]

Tipos de Ordens

Os traders podem enviar instruções para ordens de mercado e ordens pendentes.

Ordem de Mercado

Ordem de Mercado: é uma ordem de compra ou venda ao preço de mercado atual disponível. O sistema automaticamente agrega o volume recebido pelos provedores de liquidez e executa a ‘ordem de mercado’ ao VWAP (‘Preço Médio Ajustado pelo Volume), que é o melhor preço médio no momento da execução.

ORDEM (S) PENDENTES

Stop Orders: esta é uma ordem para comprar ou vender quando o mercado atinge o ‘preço de stop’. Uma vez que o mercado atinge o ‘preço de stop’ a ‘stop order’ é executada e tratada como uma ‘ordem de mercado’*. Se a ‘stop order’ não é executada, permanecerá no sistema de acordo com as condições descritas na seção ‘Good till Cancel’. As ‘stop orders’ podem ser colocadas tão próximas do atual preço de mercado quanto possível; não há restrições.

Stop Loss: é uma ordem para minimizar percas. Uma vez que o mercado atinge o ‘preço do stop loss’ a ordem é acionada e tratada como uma ‘ordem de mercado’*. Se o ‘stop loss’ não é acionado, permanecerá no sistema até uma posterior data. As ordens ‘stop loss’ podem ser colocadas tão próximas do atual preço de mercado quanto possível; não há restrições.

Ordem Limite: esta é uma ordem para comprar ou vender quando o mercado atinge o ‘preço do limite’. Uma vez que o mercado atinge o ‘preço do limite’ a ‘lordem limite’ é acionada e executada no ‘preço limite’ ou melhor. Se a ordem limite for parcialmente executada, uma nova ordem limite irá ser criada automaticamente para o volume remanescente e executada quando o preço de mercado atingir o ‘preço limite’ originalmente requerido. Se a ‘ordem de limite‘ não é acionada, permanecerá no sistema de acordo com as condições descritas na seção ‘Good till Cancel’. As ‘ordens limite’ podem ser colocadas tão próximas do atual preço de mercado quanto possível; não há restrições.

Take Profit: esta é uma ordem para assegurar lucros. Uma vez que o mercado atinge o ‘preço do take profit’ a ordem é acionada e tratada como uma’ ordem limite’. Se o ‘take profit’ não é acionado, permanecerá no sistema até uma data posterior. Os ‘take profits’ podem ser colocadas tão próximas do atual preço de mercado quanto possível; não há restrições.

Good til Cancel (‘GTC’): configuração de ‘ordens pendentes’ nas quais as mesmas se mantêm ativas e válidas nos nossos sistemas até que os clientes as apaguem manualmente.

Good till Date (‘GTD’): configuração que o cliente deve escolher do tempo para que as ordens pendentes se mantenham ativas. O cliente pode escolher uma data específica no futuro até à qual a ordem pode permanecer ‘ativa’ e pendente de execução; se a ordem não for executada durante esse período, a mesma será apagada dos nossos sistemas.

Pending Order Modification/ Cancellation: o cliente pode modificar / cancelar uma ‘ordem pendente ‘se o mercado não atingir o nível do preço especificado pelo cliente. A ordem será cancelada caso algum dos seguintes eventos se verifique:

  • caso o preço solicitado seja superior ao preço de Mercado em 50,000 PIPS; ou
  • caso o cliente cancele manualmente a ordem antes da mesma atingir o preço especificado pelo cliente; ou
  • caso o cliente defina um uma data de expiração da ordem e a mesma seja atingida; ou
  • após 200 tentativas sem sucesso de execução da ordem

Slipagem: no momento em que uma order é apresentada para a execução, o preço específico solicitado pelo cliente pode não estar disponível; portanto, a ordem será executada perto ou um número de pips de diferença do preço pedido pelo cliente. Quando o preço de execução é melhor do que o preço solicitado pelo cliente designamos por ‘slipagem positiva’. Em contraste, quando o preço de execução é pior do que o preço solicitado pelo cliente designamos por ‘slipagem negativa ‘. Informamos que ‘ slipagem: ‘ é uma prática normal de mercado e uma característica regular dos mercados de forex sob condições * como falta de liquidez e volatilidade devido a notícias, eventos económicos e aberturas de mercado. O software de execução automático da FxPro não funciona com base em quaisquer parâmetros individuais relacionados com a execução de ordens através de quaisquer contas de clientes específicas.

* Por favor considere que esta não é uma lista exaustiva.[:ru]

Типы ордеров

Трейдеры могут отдавать распоряжения как для рыночных, так и отложенных ордеров.

Рыночные ордера

Рыночный ордер – это ордер на покупку или продажу по текущей доступной рыночной цене. Система автоматически агрегирует объем, полученный от третьей стороны (поставщиков ликвидности) и исполняет “рыночный ордер” по средневзвешенной и наилучшей цене, доступной в момент исполнения.

Отложенные ордера

Stop Orders: это распоряжение на покупку или продажу, когда рыночная цена достигает установленного уровня ‘stop цены’. Как только рыночная цена достигла выставленного отложенного ‘stop ордера’, он срабатывает и рассматривается как ‘рыночный ордер’*. Если ‘stop ордер’ не исполнен, он будет оставаться в системе до более поздней даты согласно условиям, описанным в разделе ‘Good Till Cancel’. ‘Stop ордера’ можно выставлять настолько близко к текущей рыночной цене, насколько это возможно, без ограничений.

Stop Loss: ордер предназначен для ограничения убытков. Как только рынок достигает ‘цены Stop Loss’, данный ордер срабатывает и рассматривается как ‘рыночный ордер’*. Если ‘Stop Loss’ не исполнен, он будет оставаться в системе. ‘Stop Loss’ можно выставлять настолько близко к текущей рыночной цене, насколько это возможно, без ограничений.

Limit Orders: это распоряжение на покупку или продажу, когда рыночная цена достигает установленной ‘limit цены’. Как только рыночная цена достигла ‘limit цены’ отложенного limit ордера, он срабатывает и исполняется по выставленной ‘limit цене’ или лучшей цене. Если ‘limit ордер’ не исполнен, он будет оставаться в системе до более поздней даты, согласно условиям, описанным в разделе ‘Good till Cancel’. ‘Limit ордера’ можно выставлять настолько близко к текущей рыночной цене, насколько это возможно, без ограничений.

Take Profit: это ордер для фиксации прибыли. Как только рынок достигает выставленной ‘цены Take Profit’, данный ордер срабатывает и исполняется как ‘limit ордер’. Если ‘Take Profit’ не сработал, он будет оставаться в системе. ‘Take Profit’ можно выставлять настолько близко к текущей рыночной цене, насколько это возможно, без ограничений.

Good till Cancel (‘GTC’ – Годный до Отмены) (= Срок истечения ордера): то установка времени, в течение которого клиент может устанавливать “отложенные ордера”. Клиент может установить определенную дату, до которой ордер может оставаться в режиме “действующего” и отложенного исполнения; если ордер не был исполнен в течение этого срока, он должен быть удален.

Good till Date (‘GTD’): это настройки исполнения, применимые к отложенным ордерам для торговой платформы cTrader. Определяется периодом в 5 секунд с момента размещения; в эти 5 секунд происходит исполнение согласно типу, описанному выше.

Изменение/отмена отложенного ордера: отложенный ордер может быть изменён, если рынок не достиг цены, по которой данный ордер был выставлен и если ордер не был отменён до этого. Ордер может быть отменён в любом из следующих случаев:

  • Если запрашиваемая цена находится более чем в 5 пунктах от рыночной
  • Если клиент вручную отменил ордер до того как рынок достиг уровня цены, указанной клиентом
  • Если клиент выставил время истечения ордера, и оно наступило
  • После 200 неудачных попыток исполнить ордер.

Проскальзывания: за время исполнения ордера, запрашиваемая цена на рынке может измениться; в таком случае ордер будет исполнен по близкой к запрашиваемой или отличающейся от нее на несколько пунктов цене. Если цена исполнения ордера лучше запрашиваемой клиентом цены, это называют ‘положительным проскальзыванием’. Если цена исполнения ордера хуже запрашиваемо цены – это ‘отрицательное проскальзывание’. Обратите внимание, что “проскальзывание” является нормальной рыночной практикой и регулярно происходит на валютном рынке в условиях* низкой ликвидности и высокой волатильности в моменты публикаций важных новостей, экономических событий и открытия рынков. Ордера в FxPro исполняются автоматически, и не имеют в себе каких-либо алгоритмов исполнения для определенных клиентов.

* Пожалуйста, имейте в виду, что это не полный список.[:es]

Tipos de orden

Los traders pueden enviar instrucciones para órdenes pendientes y a mercado.

Orden Mercado

Orden Mercado: es una orden para comprar o vender al precio actual de mercado disponible. El sistema automáticamente agrega el volumen recibido de los proveedores de liquidez y ejecuta la ‘orden a mercado’ al VWAP (precio medio ponderado por volumen) que es el mejor precio medio disponible en el momento de la ejecución.

ÓRDENES pendientes

Stop Orden: es una orden para comprar o vender una vez que el mercado alcanza el precio stop. Una vez que el mercado alcanza el precio stop, la orden stop es cumplimentada y tratada como orden a mercado. Si la orden stop no se ejecuta seguirá en el sistema hasta una fecha posterior sujeta a las condiciones descritas en la sección ‘Good till Cancel’ Las stop orders pueden ser colocadas tan cerca del precio actual de mercado como posible: no hay restricciones.

Stop Loss: es una orden para minimizar las perdidas. Una vez que el mercado alcanza el precio stop loss la orden se cumplimenta y es tratada como orden a mercado, Si la orden stop loss no se cumplimenta seguirá en el sistema en el sistema hasta una fecha posterior. El stop loss puede ser colocado tan cerca del precio actual de mercado como sea posible: no hay restricciones.

Órdenes límite: Esta es una orden para comprar o vender una vez que el mercado alcanza el ‘precio límite’. Una vez que el mercado alcanza el ‘precio límite’ la orden se desencadena y ejecuta al ‘precio límite’ o mejor. Si la orden límite se cubre parcialmente, se creará y ejecutará automáticamente una nueva orden límite para el volumen pendiente una vez que el precio del mercado alcance el ‘precio límite’ solicitado originalmente. Si la ‘orden límite’ no se desencadena, permanecerá en el sistema hasta una fecha posterior sometida a las condiciones descritas en la sección de ‘Válido hasta la cancelación’. Las ‘órdenes límite’ pueden establecerse tan cerca del precio de mercado actual como sea posible. No hay restricciones.

Take Profit: es una orden para asegurar los beneficios. Una vez que el mercado alcanza el precio “ Take Profit”la orden se cumplimentara y sera tratada como una orden limitada. Si la orden Take profit no es cumplimentada seguirá en el sistema hasta una fecha posterior. Puede ser colocada tan cerca del precio actual de mercado como sea posible: no hay restricciones.

Good till Cancel (‘GTC’) (= Expira): es un parámetro temporal que el cliente puede introducir a las ordenes endientes. El cliente puede seleccionar una fecha específica en el futuro hasta la cual la orden estará vigente, activa y pendiente de ejecución: si la orden no es cumplimentada durante ese periodo temporal será borrada del sistema.

Good till Day (‘GTD’): es un parámetro de ejecución que se aplica a las ordenes pendientes gestionadas vía cTrader. Define el periodo de los 5 primeros segundos que comienzan en el momento en el que la orden es cumplimenta: durante esos 5 segundos la orden esta pendiente de ejecución conforme al tipo descrito.

Modificación/Cancelación de una orden pendiente: Una orden puede ser modificada por el cliente si el mercado no ha alcanzado el nivel de precios especificado por el cliente y no se ha cancelado la orden mientras tanto. Una orden se cancelará en cualquiera de las situaciones siguientes:

  • Si el precio solicitado es mayor que 50.000 PIPS respecto al precio de mercado.
  • Si un cliente cancela manualmente una orden antes de que el mercado alcance el nivel de precios especificado por el cliente.
  • Si un cliente establece un marco temporal de vencimiento y este se alcanza.
  • Tras 200 intentos de ejecutar la orden sin éxito.

Slippage: en un momento en el que una orden es presentada para su ejecución, el precio solicitado especifico pudiera no estar disponible, por tanto, la orden será ejecutada cerca o a un numero de pips de distancia del precio solicitado por el cliente. Si el precio de ejecución es mejor que el del precio solicitado, esto se entiende como slippage positivo. Por contra si el precio de ejecución es peor que el solicitado en primer lugar esto se considera como un slippage negativo. Por faovr tenga en cuenta que el slipagge es una practica normal de mercado y una situacion que se produce en los mercados de FX bajo condiciones de iliquidez y volatilidad debido a noticias, eventos económicos relevantes y apertura de mercados. El software de ejecución automática de FxPro no opera basado en ningún parámetro individual relacionado con la ejecución de ordenes via una cuenta de clientes especifica.

* Por favor tenga en consideración que no es una lista exhaustiva.[:ar]

Order Types

Traders may send instructions for market orders and pending orders.

Market Orders

Market Order: This is an order to buy or sell at the current market price that is available. The system automatically aggregates the volume received from third party liquidity providers and executes the ‘market order’ at VWAP (‘Volume-Weighted Average Price’) that is the average and best available price at the time of execution.

Pending Order(s)

Stop Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘stop price’. Once the market reaches the ‘stop price’, the ‘stop order’ is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Stop orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Stop Loss: this is an order to minimise losses. Once the market reaches the ‘stop loss price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop loss’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Stop loss’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Limit Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘limit price’. Once the market reaches the ‘limit price’ the order is triggered and executed at the ‘limit price’ or better. If the limit order is partially filled, a new Limit order will be automatically created for the outstanding volume and executed once the market price reaches the originally requested ‘limit price’. If the ‘limit order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Limit orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Take Profit: this is an order to secure profits. Once the market reaches the ‘take profit price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘limit order’. If the ‘take profit’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Take profit’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Good till Cancel (‘GTC’) (= Expiry): this is a time setting that the client may apply to ‘pending orders’. The client may choose a specific date in the future until which the order may remain ‘live’ and pending execution; if the order is not triggered during this timeframe it shall be deleted from the system.

Good till Date (‘GTD’): this is an execution setting that applies to ‘pending orders’ traded through cTrader. It defines the period of the first 5 seconds commencing at the time the order is triggered; during these 5 seconds the order is pending execution according to its type described above.

Pending Order Modification/ Cancellation: An order can be modified by the client if the market did not reach the price level specified by the client and the order was not cancelled in the meantime. An order will be cancelled in the event any of the following occurs:

  • if the requested price is more than 50,000 PIPS from the market price; or
  • if a client manually cancels an order prior to the market reaching the price level specified by the client; or
  • if a client places an expiration time frame and this is reached; or
  • after 200 unsuccessful attempts to execute the order.

Slippage: at the time that an order is presented for execution, the specific price requested by the client may not be available; therefore, the order will be executed close to or a number of pips away from the client’s requested price. If the execution price is better than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘positive slippage’. In contrast, if the execution price is worse than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘negative slippage’. Please be advised that ‘slippage’ is a normal market practice and a regular feature of the foreign exchange markets under conditions* such as illiquidity and volatility due to news announcements, economic events and market openings. The FxPro’s automated execution software does not operate based on any individual parameters related to the execution of orders through any specific client accounts.

* Please note that this is not an exhaustive list.[:ms]

Order Types

Traders may send instructions for market orders and pending orders.

Market Orders

Market Order: This is an order to buy or sell at the current market price that is available. The system automatically aggregates the volume received from third party liquidity providers and executes the ‘market order’ at VWAP (‘Volume-Weighted Average Price’) that is the average and best available price at the time of execution.

Pending Order(s)

Stop Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘stop price’. Once the market reaches the ‘stop price’, the ‘stop order’ is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Stop orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Stop Loss: this is an order to minimise losses. Once the market reaches the ‘stop loss price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop loss’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Stop loss’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Limit Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘limit price’. Once the market reaches the ‘limit price’ the order is triggered and executed at the ‘limit price’ or better. If the limit order is partially filled, a new Limit order will be automatically created for the outstanding volume and executed once the market price reaches the originally requested ‘limit price’. If the ‘limit order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Limit orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Take Profit: this is an order to secure profits. Once the market reaches the ‘take profit price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘limit order’. If the ‘take profit’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Take profit’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Good till Cancel (‘GTC’) (= Expiry): this is a time setting that the client may apply to ‘pending orders’. The client may choose a specific date in the future until which the order may remain ‘live’ and pending execution; if the order is not triggered during this timeframe it shall be deleted from the system.

Good till Date (‘GTD’): this is an execution setting that applies to ‘pending orders’ traded through cTrader. It defines the period of the first 5 seconds commencing at the time the order is triggered; during these 5 seconds the order is pending execution according to its type described above.

Pending Order Modification/ Cancellation: An order can be modified by the client if the market did not reach the price level specified by the client and the order was not cancelled in the meantime. An order will be cancelled in the event any of the following occurs:

  • if the requested price is more than 50,000 PIPS from the market price; or
  • if a client manually cancels an order prior to the market reaching the price level specified by the client; or
  • if a client places an expiration time frame and this is reached; or
  • after 200 unsuccessful attempts to execute the order.

Slippage: at the time that an order is presented for execution, the specific price requested by the client may not be available; therefore, the order will be executed close to or a number of pips away from the client’s requested price. If the execution price is better than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘positive slippage’. In contrast, if the execution price is worse than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘negative slippage’. Please be advised that ‘slippage’ is a normal market practice and a regular feature of the foreign exchange markets under conditions* such as illiquidity and volatility due to news announcements, economic events and market openings. The FxPro’s automated execution software does not operate based on any individual parameters related to the execution of orders through any specific client accounts.

* Please note that this is not an exhaustive list.[:id]

Order Types

Traders may send instructions for market orders and pending orders.

Market Orders

Market Order: This is an order to buy or sell at the current market price that is available. The system automatically aggregates the volume received from third party liquidity providers and executes the ‘market order’ at VWAP (‘Volume-Weighted Average Price’) that is the average and best available price at the time of execution.

Pending Order(s)

Stop Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘stop price’. Once the market reaches the ‘stop price’, the ‘stop order’ is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Stop orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Stop Loss: this is an order to minimise losses. Once the market reaches the ‘stop loss price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop loss’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Stop loss’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Limit Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘limit price’. Once the market reaches the ‘limit price’ the order is triggered and executed at the ‘limit price’ or better. If the limit order is partially filled, a new Limit order will be automatically created for the outstanding volume and executed once the market price reaches the originally requested ‘limit price’. If the ‘limit order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Limit orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Take Profit: this is an order to secure profits. Once the market reaches the ‘take profit price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘limit order’. If the ‘take profit’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Take profit’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Good till Cancel (‘GTC’) (= Expiry): this is a time setting that the client may apply to ‘pending orders’. The client may choose a specific date in the future until which the order may remain ‘live’ and pending execution; if the order is not triggered during this timeframe it shall be deleted from the system.

Good till Date (‘GTD’): this is an execution setting that applies to ‘pending orders’ traded through cTrader. It defines the period of the first 5 seconds commencing at the time the order is triggered; during these 5 seconds the order is pending execution according to its type described above.

Pending Order Modification/ Cancellation: An order can be modified by the client if the market did not reach the price level specified by the client and the order was not cancelled in the meantime. An order will be cancelled in the event any of the following occurs:

  • if the requested price is more than 50,000 PIPS from the market price; or
  • if a client manually cancels an order prior to the market reaching the price level specified by the client; or
  • if a client places an expiration time frame and this is reached; or
  • after 200 unsuccessful attempts to execute the order.

Slippage: at the time that an order is presented for execution, the specific price requested by the client may not be available; therefore, the order will be executed close to or a number of pips away from the client’s requested price. If the execution price is better than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘positive slippage’. In contrast, if the execution price is worse than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘negative slippage’. Please be advised that ‘slippage’ is a normal market practice and a regular feature of the foreign exchange markets under conditions* such as illiquidity and volatility due to news announcements, economic events and market openings. The FxPro’s automated execution software does not operate based on any individual parameters related to the execution of orders through any specific client accounts.

* Please note that this is not an exhaustive list.[:zh]

订单类型

交易者可能会发送市场订单或挂单指令。

市场订单

市场订单市场订单是指按照市场中现有的价格进行买入或卖出交易。系统自动聚合从不同流动量提供商那里获得的流动,并按照所有价格的加权平均价格(VWAP)进行交易。

挂单

止损订单:这种订单在市场一旦达到“止损价格”后执行。一旦市场触及“止损价格”,“止损订单”就被处罚,此时就相当于“市场订单”。如果“止损订单”没有被触发,就仍然会留在系统里面直到稍后过期取消(参看下面撤销前有效栏目)。“止损订单”可以尽可能的按照近似于当前市场价格来下单,没有任何限制。

止损:尽量减少损失的一类订单。一旦市场趋近“止损价格”,订单被触发,此时就相当于“市场订单”。如果“止损”没有触发,就会留在系统中一定时间。“止损”可以尽可能的按照当前市场价格下单,没有任何限制。

限价指令:一旦市场价达到“限定价”就买进或卖出的指令。一旦市场价达到“限定价”,就在“限定价”或更优的价格上触发并执行该指令。如果限价指令部分成交,那么当市场价达到最初设置的“限定价”时,会为未成交的部分自动创建并执行一个新的限价指令。如果“限价指令”未被触发,该指令仍会保留在系统中,直到可将“限价指令”设置为尽可能接近当前的市场价;没有限制。

获利:此类订单用来保证获利。一旦市场到达“获利价格”,订单触发,相当于“限制订单”。如果“获利”没有触发,订单会留在系统中一段时间。“获利”可以尽可能的按照当前市场价格下单,没有任何限制。

撤销前有效(GTC )(=过期):指一种时间设定。此设定对“挂单”有效。客户可以选择在未来某个时间之前,订单保持有效,等待执行。如果订单在此段时间内没有触发,随后会被系统删除。

当日有效(GTD):指一种执行设定,对外汇交易平台cTrader中执行的“挂单”有效。在某段时间内,订单触发后开始的五秒钟。这五秒中订单根据上面所述类型暂停执行。

待处理指令修改/撤销:如果市场价没有达到客户指定的价格水平,同时客户没有取消该指令,则客户可以修改指令。在以下任一情况下指令将被撤销:

  • 如果要求的价格高于市场价 50,000 个点;或者
  • 如果在市场价达到客户指定的价格水平之前,客户手动撤销指令;或者
  • 如果客户设置了有效期,而有效期已满;或者
  • 尝试执行该指令失败了 200 次。

价差:当订单即将执行时,客户确认的价格有可能不存在。因此,订单会以近似客户确认的价格来执行。此价格和客户的价格只有几个 pip 的偏差。如果执行价格优于客户价格,就叫做“有利价差”。相反,如果执行价格低于客户价格,就叫做“不利价差”请注意,“价差”一词是一种常见的市场操作,也是一定条件下外汇市场的正常特性。例如在突发事件,经纪变动,市场开放时常见的非流动和波动。FxPro 自动执行软件不会通过任何特定客户账户来操作个人设定的参数。

* 请注意此列表长度有限[:cs]

Order Types

Traders may send instructions for market orders and pending orders.

Market Orders

Market Order: This is an order to buy or sell at the current market price that is available. The system automatically aggregates the volume received from third party liquidity providers and executes the ‘market order’ at VWAP (‘Volume-Weighted Average Price’) that is the average and best available price at the time of execution.

Pending Order(s)

Stop Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘stop price’. Once the market reaches the ‘stop price’, the ‘stop order’ is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Stop orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Stop Loss: this is an order to minimise losses. Once the market reaches the ‘stop loss price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop loss’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Stop loss’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Limit Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘limit price’. Once the market reaches the ‘limit price’ the order is triggered and executed at the ‘limit price’ or better. If the limit order is partially filled, a new Limit order will be automatically created for the outstanding volume and executed once the market price reaches the originally requested ‘limit price’. If the ‘limit order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Limit orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Take Profit: this is an order to secure profits. Once the market reaches the ‘take profit price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘limit order’. If the ‘take profit’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Take profit’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Good till Cancel (‘GTC’) (= Expiry): this is a time setting that the client may apply to ‘pending orders’. The client may choose a specific date in the future until which the order may remain ‘live’ and pending execution; if the order is not triggered during this timeframe it shall be deleted from the system.

Good till Date (‘GTD’): this is an execution setting that applies to ‘pending orders’ traded through cTrader. It defines the period of the first 5 seconds commencing at the time the order is triggered; during these 5 seconds the order is pending execution according to its type described above.

Pending Order Modification/ Cancellation: An order can be modified by the client if the market did not reach the price level specified by the client and the order was not cancelled in the meantime. An order will be cancelled in the event any of the following occurs:

  • if the requested price is more than 50,000 PIPS from the market price; or
  • if a client manually cancels an order prior to the market reaching the price level specified by the client; or
  • if a client places an expiration time frame and this is reached; or
  • after 200 unsuccessful attempts to execute the order.

Slippage: at the time that an order is presented for execution, the specific price requested by the client may not be available; therefore, the order will be executed close to or a number of pips away from the client’s requested price. If the execution price is better than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘positive slippage’. In contrast, if the execution price is worse than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘negative slippage’. Please be advised that ‘slippage’ is a normal market practice and a regular feature of the foreign exchange markets under conditions* such as illiquidity and volatility due to news announcements, economic events and market openings. The FxPro’s automated execution software does not operate based on any individual parameters related to the execution of orders through any specific client accounts.

* Please note that this is not an exhaustive list.[:hi]

Order Types

Traders may send instructions for market orders and pending orders.

Market Orders

Market Order: This is an order to buy or sell at the current market price that is available. The system automatically aggregates the volume received from third party liquidity providers and executes the ‘market order’ at VWAP (‘Volume-Weighted Average Price’) that is the average and best available price at the time of execution.

Pending Order(s)

Stop Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘stop price’. Once the market reaches the ‘stop price’, the ‘stop order’ is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Stop orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Stop Loss: this is an order to minimise losses. Once the market reaches the ‘stop loss price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop loss’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Stop loss’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Limit Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘limit price’. Once the market reaches the ‘limit price’ the order is triggered and executed at the ‘limit price’ or better. If the limit order is partially filled, a new Limit order will be automatically created for the outstanding volume and executed once the market price reaches the originally requested ‘limit price’. If the ‘limit order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Limit orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Take Profit: this is an order to secure profits. Once the market reaches the ‘take profit price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘limit order’. If the ‘take profit’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Take profit’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Good till Cancel (‘GTC’) (= Expiry): this is a time setting that the client may apply to ‘pending orders’. The client may choose a specific date in the future until which the order may remain ‘live’ and pending execution; if the order is not triggered during this timeframe it shall be deleted from the system.

Good till Date (‘GTD’): this is an execution setting that applies to ‘pending orders’ traded through cTrader. It defines the period of the first 5 seconds commencing at the time the order is triggered; during these 5 seconds the order is pending execution according to its type described above.

Pending Order Modification/ Cancellation: An order can be modified by the client if the market did not reach the price level specified by the client and the order was not cancelled in the meantime. An order will be cancelled in the event any of the following occurs:

  • if the requested price is more than 50,000 PIPS from the market price; or
  • if a client manually cancels an order prior to the market reaching the price level specified by the client; or
  • if a client places an expiration time frame and this is reached; or
  • after 200 unsuccessful attempts to execute the order.

Slippage: at the time that an order is presented for execution, the specific price requested by the client may not be available; therefore, the order will be executed close to or a number of pips away from the client’s requested price. If the execution price is better than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘positive slippage’. In contrast, if the execution price is worse than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘negative slippage’. Please be advised that ‘slippage’ is a normal market practice and a regular feature of the foreign exchange markets under conditions* such as illiquidity and volatility due to news announcements, economic events and market openings. The FxPro’s automated execution software does not operate based on any individual parameters related to the execution of orders through any specific client accounts.

* Please note that this is not an exhaustive list.[:ko]

Order Types

Traders may send instructions for market orders and pending orders.

Market Orders

Market Order: This is an order to buy or sell at the current market price that is available. The system automatically aggregates the volume received from third party liquidity providers and executes the ‘market order’ at VWAP (‘Volume-Weighted Average Price’) that is the average and best available price at the time of execution.

Pending Order(s)

Stop Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘stop price’. Once the market reaches the ‘stop price’, the ‘stop order’ is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Stop orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Stop Loss: this is an order to minimise losses. Once the market reaches the ‘stop loss price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop loss’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Stop loss’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Limit Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘limit price’. Once the market reaches the ‘limit price’ the order is triggered and executed at the ‘limit price’ or better. If the limit order is partially filled, a new Limit order will be automatically created for the outstanding volume and executed once the market price reaches the originally requested ‘limit price’. If the ‘limit order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Limit orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Take Profit: this is an order to secure profits. Once the market reaches the ‘take profit price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘limit order’. If the ‘take profit’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Take profit’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Good till Cancel (‘GTC’) (= Expiry): this is a time setting that the client may apply to ‘pending orders’. The client may choose a specific date in the future until which the order may remain ‘live’ and pending execution; if the order is not triggered during this timeframe it shall be deleted from the system.

Good till Date (‘GTD’): this is an execution setting that applies to ‘pending orders’ traded through cTrader. It defines the period of the first 5 seconds commencing at the time the order is triggered; during these 5 seconds the order is pending execution according to its type described above.

Pending Order Modification/ Cancellation: An order can be modified by the client if the market did not reach the price level specified by the client and the order was not cancelled in the meantime. An order will be cancelled in the event any of the following occurs:

  • if the requested price is more than 50,000 PIPS from the market price; or
  • if a client manually cancels an order prior to the market reaching the price level specified by the client; or
  • if a client places an expiration time frame and this is reached; or
  • after 200 unsuccessful attempts to execute the order.

Slippage: at the time that an order is presented for execution, the specific price requested by the client may not be available; therefore, the order will be executed close to or a number of pips away from the client’s requested price. If the execution price is better than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘positive slippage’. In contrast, if the execution price is worse than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘negative slippage’. Please be advised that ‘slippage’ is a normal market practice and a regular feature of the foreign exchange markets under conditions* such as illiquidity and volatility due to news announcements, economic events and market openings. The FxPro’s automated execution software does not operate based on any individual parameters related to the execution of orders through any specific client accounts.

* Please note that this is not an exhaustive list.[:ur]

Order Types

Traders may send instructions for market orders and pending orders.

Market Orders

Market Order: This is an order to buy or sell at the current market price that is available. The system automatically aggregates the volume received from third party liquidity providers and executes the ‘market order’ at VWAP (‘Volume-Weighted Average Price’) that is the average and best available price at the time of execution.

Pending Order(s)

Stop Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘stop price’. Once the market reaches the ‘stop price’, the ‘stop order’ is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Stop orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Stop Loss: this is an order to minimise losses. Once the market reaches the ‘stop loss price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘market order’*. If the ‘stop loss’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Stop loss’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Limit Orders: this is an order to buy or sell once the market reaches the ‘limit price’. Once the market reaches the ‘limit price’ the order is triggered and executed at the ‘limit price’ or better. If the limit order is partially filled, a new Limit order will be automatically created for the outstanding volume and executed once the market price reaches the originally requested ‘limit price’. If the ‘limit order’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date subject to the conditions described in the ‘Good till Cancel’ section. ‘Limit orders’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Take Profit: this is an order to secure profits. Once the market reaches the ‘take profit price’ the order is triggered and treated as a ‘limit order’. If the ‘take profit’ is not triggered it shall remain in the system until a later date. ‘Take profit’ can be placed as close to the current market price as possible; there is no restriction.

Good till Cancel (‘GTC’) (= Expiry): this is a time setting that the client may apply to ‘pending orders’. The client may choose a specific date in the future until which the order may remain ‘live’ and pending execution; if the order is not triggered during this timeframe it shall be deleted from the system.

Good till Date (‘GTD’): this is an execution setting that applies to ‘pending orders’ traded through cTrader. It defines the period of the first 5 seconds commencing at the time the order is triggered; during these 5 seconds the order is pending execution according to its type described above.

Pending Order Modification/ Cancellation: An order can be modified by the client if the market did not reach the price level specified by the client and the order was not cancelled in the meantime. An order will be cancelled in the event any of the following occurs:

  • if the requested price is more than 50,000 PIPS from the market price; or
  • if a client manually cancels an order prior to the market reaching the price level specified by the client; or
  • if a client places an expiration time frame and this is reached; or
  • after 200 unsuccessful attempts to execute the order.

Slippage: at the time that an order is presented for execution, the specific price requested by the client may not be available; therefore, the order will be executed close to or a number of pips away from the client’s requested price. If the execution price is better than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘positive slippage’. In contrast, if the execution price is worse than the price requested by the client this is referred to as ‘negative slippage’. Please be advised that ‘slippage’ is a normal market practice and a regular feature of the foreign exchange markets under conditions* such as illiquidity and volatility due to news announcements, economic events and market openings. The FxPro’s automated execution software does not operate based on any individual parameters related to the execution of orders through any specific client accounts.

* Please note that this is not an exhaustive list.[:th]

ประเภทการสั่งซื้อ

เทรดเดอร์สามารถส่งคำสั่งได้ทั้ง Market orders และ Pending orders.

Market Order

Market Order: คือออเดอร์ที่ซื้อหรือขาย ณ ราคาตลาดปัจจุบันที่ดีที่สุด ซึ่งระบบระรวบรวมวอลลุ่มจากผู้ให้บริการสภาพคล่องและดำเนินการออเดอร์ ‘market order’ ณ ราคา VWAP (‘Volume-Weighted Average Price’) โดยอัตโนมัติ ซึ่งเป็นราคาโดยเฉลี่ยที่ดีที่สุดที่มีอยู่ในขณะนั้น

สั่งซื้อทันที

สั่งซื้อตลาด (Instant): นี้เป็นคำสั่งซื้อหรือขายในปัจจุบัน ราคาในตลาดที่มีอยู่ ระบบมวลโดยอัตโนมัติ ปริมาณที่ได้รับจากผู้ให้บริการบุคคลที่สามสภาพคล่องและดำเนินการ ‘คำสั่งของตลาดที่ VWAP (‘-Volume Weighted ราคาเฉลี่ย ‘) ที่เป็น เฉลี่ยและดีที่สุดที่มีราคาในช่วงเวลาของการดำเนินการ

ใบสั่งซื้อรอส่ง

หยุดสั่งซื้อ: นี้เป็นคำสั่งซื้อหรือขายเมื่อตลาดถึง’หยุดราคา’ เมื่อตลาดถึง ‘ราคาป้าย’, ‘คำสั่งหยุด’จะถูกเรียกและรับการรักษาเป็น * ‘คำสั่งของตลาด ถ้า ‘เพื่อหยุด’ ไม่ เรียกมันจะยังคงอยู่ในระบบจนกระทั่งเรื่องวันต่อมา เงื่อนไขที่อธิบายไว้ใน ‘Good till ยกเลิก’ ส่วน คำสั่ง Stop ‘สามารถ ถูกวางไว้ใกล้เคียงกับราคาตลาดปัจจุบันที่เป็นไปได้; ไม่มี การ จำกัด

Stop Loss: นี่คือเพื่อลดการสูญเสีย เมื่อตลาดถึง เพื่อ ‘ราคาขาดทุนจากการหยุด’ ถูกเรียกและถือว่าเป็นตลาด ‘* สั่ง ‘ หากการสูญเสียหยุด ‘ไม่ได้เรียกมันจะยังคงอยู่ใน ระบบจนถึงวันต่อมา การสูญเสีย Stop ‘สามารถวางไว้ใกล้กับ ราคาตลาดปัจจุบันที่เป็นไปได้; มีไม่มีข้อ จำกัด

การเสนอซื้อขายที่ระบุราคา (Limit Orders): นี่เป็นคำสั่งซื้อหรือขายเมื่อตลาดถึง ‘ขีดจำกัดราคาที่ระบุไว้’ เมื่อตลาดถึง ‘ขีดจำกัดราคาที่ระบุไว้’ จะมีการกระตุ้นคำสั่งซื้อและดำเนินการซื้อขายที่ ’ขีดจำกัดราคาที่ระบุไว้’ หรือจุดที่ดีกว่า หากมีการใส่ข้อมูลคำสั่งซื้อขายที่ระบุราคาเสนอซื้อขาย (limit order) เป็นบางส่วน จะมีการสร้าง Limit order ขึ้นโดยอัตโนมัติสำหรับปริมาณการซื้อขายที่ยังค้างอยู่และจะดำเนินการเมื่อราคาตลาดขึ้นถึง ‘ขีดจำกัดราคาที่ระบุไว้’ หากไม่มีการกระตุ้นคำสั่ง ‘limit order’ มันควรจะยังคงอยู่ในระบบจนถึงเงื่อนไขที่ใช้ในวันต่อมาตามที่ได้อธิบายไว้ในส่วนของ ‘ใช้ได้จนกระทั่งมีการยกเลิก’ สามารถใส่คำสั่ง ‘Limit orders’ ให้ใกล้เคียงกับราคาตลาดในปัจจุบันให้ได้มากที่สุดได้โดยไม่มีข้อจำกัด

Take Profit: นี่คือเพื่อความปลอดภัยกำไร เมื่อตลาดถึง’ใช้ราคากำไร’ คำสั่งจะถูกเรียกและถือว่าเป็น ‘คำสั่งวงเงิน’ถ้า ‘ทำกำไร’ ไม่ได้เรียกมันจะยังคงอยู่ในระบบจนกระทั่ง วันต่อมา ผลกำไร Take ‘สามารถวางไว้ใกล้กับราคาตลาดปัจจุบัน เท่าที่จะทำได้; มีไม่มีข้อ จำกัด คือ

Good till ยกเลิก (‘GTC’) (= หมดอายุ): นี่คือการตั้งค่าเวลาที่ลูกค้า อาจนำไปใช้กับ ‘คำสั่งที่รอ’ ลูกค้าอาจเลือกวันที่ที่ระบุใน อนาคตจนกว่าจะถึงการสั่งซื้ออาจจะยังคง ‘สด’ และการดำเนินการค้างอยู่ถ้า สั่งไม่ได้เรียกในช่วงระยะเวลานี้มันจะถูกลบออกจาก ระบบ

Good till วันที่ (‘GTD’): นี้คือการตั้งค่าการดำเนินการที่นำไปใช้’คำสั่งที่รอ’ ซื้อขายผ่าน cTrader มันกำหนดระยะเวลาของการ ครั้งแรก 5 วินาทีความในเวลาเพื่อจะเรียก; ในช่วง เหล่านี้ 5 วินาทีสั่งซื้อจะรอการประหารชีวิตตามประเภทของ อธิบายไว้ข้างต้น

การแก้ไข/ การยกเลิกคำสั่งที่ยังค้างอยู่: ลูกค้าสามารถแก้ไขคำสั่งได้หากตลาดไม่ได้บรรลุถึงระดับราคาที่ลูกค้าได้ระบุไว้และไม่มีการยกเลิกคำสั่งในระหว่างนั้น จะมีการยกเลิกคำสั่งซื้อขายในกรณีใด ๆต่อไปนี้:

  • หากราคาที่ร้องขอมากกว่า 50,000 PIPS จากราคาตลาด หรือ
  • หากลูกค้ายกเลิกคำสั่งซื้อขายก่อนที่ตลาดจะบรรลุถึงระดับราคาที่ลูกค้าได้ระบุไว้ หรือ
  • หากลูกค้าได้กำหนดกรอบระยะเวลาของการหมดอายุและได้บรรลุถึงช่วงเวลานี้ หรือ
  • หลังจากที่มีการพยายามดำเนินการคำสั่งซื้อขายไม่สำเร็จถึง 200 ครั้ง

เพื่ม -: ในช่วงเวลานั้นเพื่อที่จะนำเสนอสำหรับการดำเนินการ ราคาเฉพาะการร้องขอจากลูกค้าอาจไม่สามารถใช้ได้ดังนั้น เพื่อจะได้ดำเนินการอยู่ใกล้หรือจำนวนของจุดอยู่ห่างจาก ราคาร้องขอของลูกค้า ถ้าราคาซื้อขายที่ดีกว่าราคา การร้องขอจากลูกค้านี้จะเรียกว่า ‘เพื่บวก’ในทางตรงกันข้ามหากราคาซื้อขายจะเลวร้ายยิ่งกว่าราคาที่ร้องขอโดย ลูกค้านี้จะเรียกว่า ‘เพื่เชิงลบ’ โปรดทราบว่า ‘เพื่ม’ คือการปฏิบัติในตลาดปกติและคุณลักษณะประจำของต่างประเทศ ตลาดแลกเปลี่ยนเงินตราภายใต้เงื่อนไข * เช่นการขาดสภาพคล่องและความผันผวนเนื่องจาก เพื่อประกาศข่าวกิจกรรมทางเศรษฐกิจและการเปิดตลาด ซอฟแวร์การดำเนิน FxPro อัตโนมัติไม่ทำงานบนพื้นฐานของ แต่ละพารามิเตอร์ที่เกี่ยวข้องกับการดำเนินการของคำสั่งผ่าน บัญชีลูกค้าที่เฉพาะเจาะจง

* โปรดทราบว่านี้ไม่ได้เป็นรายการครบถ้วนสมบูรณ์[:vi]

Loại hình giao dịch

Nhà giao dịch có thể đặt lệnh thực thi ngay hoặc lệnh chờ

Lệnh thực thi thị trường

Lệnh thực thi thị trường: lệnh mua hoặc bán sẽ được thực thi tại giá thị trường hiện tại còn khả dụng. Hệ thống sẽ tự động tích hợp thông tin từ nhà cung cấp thanh khoản và thực thi “lệnh thực thi thị trường” tại giá Trung bình theo trọng số (VWAP – volume-weighted avarage price) – gía này sẽ là giá trung bình và tốt nhất còn khả dụng trên thị trường tại thời điểm thực thi.

Lệnh thị trường thực thi ngay

Lệnh thị trường thực thi ngay: Đây là loại lệnh đặt mua hoặc bán tại giá thị trường hiện tại. Hệ thống sẽ tự động thu thập khối lượng giao dịch từ nhà cung cấp thanh khoản bên thứ ba sau đó thực thi ‘đơn giá thị trường’ tại VWAP (‘Volume-Weighted Average Price’), giá này là giá trung bình tốt nhất tại thời điểm thực thi.

Lệnh Chờ

Lệnh dừng: loại lệnh này sẽ thực thi mua vào hoặc bán ra khi thị trường tiến đến ‘giá dừng’. Một khi thị trường tiến đến ‘giá dừng’, ‘lệnh dừng’ sẽ bắt đầu thực thi và được coi như là ‘lệnh thị trường’*. Nếu ‘lệnh dừng’ không được thực thi, thì nó sẽ bảo lưu trong hệ thống cho đến một thời gian nào đó thì hủy bỏ (tham khảo mục ‘Good till Cancel’). ‘Lệnh dừng’ có thể được đặt gần với giá thị trường hiện tại, không có sự hạn chế nào.

Dừng lỗ: là loai lệnh làm giảm lỗ đến mức thấp nhất. Một khi thị trường đạt đến ‘giá dừng lỗ’ thì nó sẽ bắt đầu thực thi và được coi như là ‘lệnh thị trường’*. Nếu ‘dừng lỗ’ không được thực thi thì nó sẽ bảo lưu trong hệ thống đến một thời gian nào đó thì hủy bỏ. ‘Dừng lỗ’ có thể được đặt gần với giá thị trường hiện tại, không có sự hạn chế nào.

Lệnh Giới hạn: đây là một lệnh mua hoặc bán khi thị trường đạt đến “giá giới hạn”. Một khi thị trường đạt đến “giá giới hạn”, lệnh được kích hoạt và thực hiện tại mức “giá giới hạn” hoặc giá tốt hơn. Nếu lệnh giới hạn được thực hiện một phần, một lệnh Giới hạn mới sẽ tự động được tạo ra khối lượng còn lại và được thực hiện một khi giá thị trường đạt đến “giá giới hạn” được yêu cầu ban đầu. Nếu “lệnh giới hạn” không được kích hoạt, lệnh này sẽ được duy trì trong hệ thống cho đến một ngày sau đó tùy thuộc vào các điều kiện được mô tả trong phần “Có Giá trị đến khi Hủy”. “Lệnh giới hạn” có thể được đặt càng gần với giá thị trường hiện tại càng tốt; không có hạn chế gì cả.

Lấy lãi: loại lệnh này dùng để bảo đảm lấy được lợi nhuận. Một khi thị trường tiến đến ‘giá lấy lãi’, lệnh sẽ bắt đầu thực thi và được coi như là ‘lệnh giới hạn’. Nếu như ‘lấy lãi’ không được thực thi thì nó sẽ bảo lưu trong hệ thống cho đến một thời gian nào đó thì hủy bỏ. ‘Lấy lãi’ có thể được đặt gần với giá thị trường hiện tại, không có sự hạn chế nào.

Good till Cancel (‘GTC’) (= quá hạn): à một loại thiết lập thời gian. Sự thiết lập này có hiệu lức với ‘lệnh treo’. Khách hàng có thể chọn một thời gian chỉ định trong tương lai, lệnh sẽ có hiệu lực trong thời gian này và chờ thực thi. Nếu lệnh trong thời gian này không thực thi, hệ thống sẽ xóa bỏ lệnh này.

Good till Day (‘GTD’): là một loại thiếp lập chấp hành. Sự thiết lập này có hiệu lực với ‘lệnh treo’ khi giao dịch cTrader. Nó xác định trong khoảng thời gian 5 giây từ lúc lệnh bắt đầu thực thi. Trong thời gian 5 giây này lệnh sẽ tạm ngừng thực thi dựa theo loại được mô tả ở trên.

Thay đổi/Hủy Lệnh Chờ: Khách hàng có thể thay đổi lệnh nếu thị trường không đạt mức giá do khách hàng chỉ rõ và nếu trong lúc đó lệnh không được hủy. Lệnh sẽ được hủy trong bất kỳ trường hợp nào sau đây:

  • nếu mức giá yêu cầu lớn hơn 50.000 PIPS so với giá thị trường; hoặc
  • nếu khách hàng tự hủy lệnh trước khi thị trường đạt mức giá do khách hàng chỉ định; hoặc
  • nếu khách hàng đặt giới hạn thời gian hiệu lực của lệnh và giới hạn này xảy ra; hoặc
  • sau 200 lần thực hiện lệnh nhưng không thành công.

Trượt giá: tại thời điểm lệnh được thực thi, giá mà khách hàng chỉ định có thể sẽ không tồn tại. Do đó, lệnh sẽ thực thi giá gần với giá mà khách hàng đã chỉ định. Giá này với giá mà khách hàng chỉ định chênh lệch cách nhau chỉ khoảng vài pip. Nếu giá được thực thi tốt hơn giá của khách hàng chỉ định thì được gọi là ‘trượt giá dương’. Ngược lại, nếu giá được thực thi kém hơn giá của khách hàng chỉ định thì được gọi là “trượt giá âm”. Lưu ý rằng ‘trượt giá’ là một hoạt động thị trường thường thấy, tại một điều kiện nhất định nó cũng là đặc tính bình thường của thị trường giao dịch ngoại hối. Ví dụ như trong trường hợp thiếu tính thanh khoản và biên độ dao động cao do các thông báo tin tức, biến động thị trường hoặc thị trường mở cửa. Phần mềm tự động thực thi FxPro không thể thông qua bất cứ tài khoản chỉ định nào của khách hàng để thao tác các tham số thiết lập cá nhân.

*Lưu ý rằng đây không phải là danh sách đầy đủ các loại lệnh giao dịch[:ja]

注文タイプ

トレーダーは、成行注文と指値注文の指示を送信することができます。

成行注文

成行注文: これは現在提供されている市場価格で出す売買注文です。 システムが自動的に、サードパーティの流動性プロバイダから受けた数量を集計し、執行時の平均かつ最善の提供価格であるVWAP(出来高加重平均価格で「成行注文」を執行します。

指値注文 (Pending Order)

逆指値注文 (Stop Order): 市場価格が、お客様が設定した逆指値の発注価格 (Stop Price) に到達した時点で、買いもしくは売りの注文が執行される方法です。市場価格が逆指値の発注価格へ到達した時点で逆指値注文の執行がはじまり、マーケットオーダー*として処理されます。市場価格が発注価格に到達しない場合は後日到達するまで、「グッド ティル キャンセル」の項目にあるように、システムに保存されます。逆指値注文価格とその時点の市場価格との差に制限はありません。希望する価格での発注が可能です。

決済逆指値 (Stop Loss): 損失を最低限に抑えるための注文方法です。市場価格が逆指値の決済発注価格 (Stop Loss Price) へ到達した時点で逆指値注文の執行がはじまり、マーケットオーダー*として処理されます。市場価格が発注価格に到達しない場合は後日到達するまでシステムに保存されます。決済逆指値注文価格とその時点の市場価格との差に制限はありません。希望する価格での発注が可能です。

指値注文 (Limit Order): 市場価格が「指値」に達した際に、売買を行なう注文方法です。市場価格が「指値」に達した際に、注文が「指値」または、より良い条件で実行、約定されます。指値注文が一部のみ成立した場合には、未成立部分に対する新たな指値注文が自動的に作成され、最初に指定されている「指値」に市場価格が達した際に約定されます。「指値注文が実行されなかった場合には、「Good till Cancel(取り消しまで有効)」」セクションに記載されている条件に従い、後日まで注文がシステム上に残されます。「指値注文」は、現在の市場価格に出来るだけ近い価格で設定することが可能で、制限はありません。

決済指値 (Take Profit): 利益を確保するための注文方法です。市場価格が逆指値の決済発注価格 (Take Profit Price) へ到達した時点で指値注文の執行がはじまり、リミットオーダーとして処理されます。市場価格が発注価格に到達しない場合は後日到達するまでシステムに保存されます。決済指値注文価格とその時点の市場価格との差に制限はありません。希望する価格での発注が可能です。

グッド・ティル・キャンセル(‘GTC’)(=注文期限): お客様が指値注文 (Pending Order) に付加する期限設定です。指値/逆指値注文の有効状態を未来のどの時点まで維持するかを指定します。指値/逆指値注文がこの設定期限満了まで執行されない場合は、注文は自動的にシステムから消去されます。

未決注文の変更/取り消し: お客様が指定した価格の水準に市場が到達せず、なお注文が取り消されなかった場合には、お客様の手によって注文の変更を行なうことが可能です。以下が生じた場合には、注文は取り消されます:

  • ご注文依頼のあった価格が、市場価格から50,000 PIP以上離れている場合 あるいは
  • お客様が指定された価格の水準に市場が到達する前に、お客様によって手動で注文が取り消された場合 あるいは
  • お客様が有効期限を設定され、そこに到達した場合 あるいは
  • 注文約定の試みが、200回失敗した後

スリッページ: 注文が執行される段階において、お客様がリクエストされた発注価格が市場において無効な場合、注文が発注価格よりも数Pip離れた価格で約定されることがあります。お客様の発注価格よりも有利な価格で約定した場合は「ポジティブ・スリッページ」、反対に、発注価格よりも不利な価格で約定した場合には「ネガティブ・スリッページ」となります。スリッページは市場においてふつうに観察され、経済動向に関する発表などの影響や市場のオープン時など流動性が低いまたは、ボラティリティの高いFX市場ではレギュラーな現象です。FxProの自動執行ソフトウェアでは個々のお客様口座での執行に関連する個人的なパラメーターに基づいたオペレーションは一切行われません。

価格差: 注文は間もなく実行される時、取引先に確認された価格はないかもしれません。そのため、注文は取引先に確認された価格に近い価格で実行されます。この価格は取引先の価格と数個pipだけ の偏差があります。実行価格は取引先の価格より高い場合、「有利価格差」といいます。その反対に、実行価格は取引先の価格より低い場合、「不利価格差」と言います。ご注意:「価格差」という用語は1種のよくある市場操作で、一定条件下の為替市場の正常特性です。例えば突発事件、ブローカー変動、市場開放時のよくある非流動と波動。FxPro は自動にソフトを実行するので、いかなる特定取引先のアカウントを通して個人設定のパラメーターを操作することは行いません。

* 下記のリストは弊社のサービスを完全に網羅したものではありません。[:]