Trading

Trading

In the MetaTrader 5 web terminal, you can place orders in one of the following ways:

  • In the New Order window
  • In the Depth of Market window
  • Using the One-Click Trading panel
  • Using the shortcut menu commands of the chart window

New Order window

  1. Open the New Order window in one of the following ways:

    • Click   on the toolbar.

    • Right-click anywhere in the Market Watch window, and then click  New Order.

    • Right-click anywhere in the chart area, and then click Trading > New Order.

    • Right-click anywhere in the Trade tab of the Terminal window, and then click New Order.

  2. Select a symbol, set the order type and volume. You can also set the Stop Loss and Take Profit levels, add comments, or set the price deviation value.

  3. If you want to place a market order, click Sell or Buy.


  4. If you are placing a pending order, set the order type, volume, execution price, SL/TP levels, and expiration time. Click Place.


The Trade tab of the Terminal window displays the state of your account and open orders. Here you can close and delete open positions and modify pending orders.

The  History  tab of the Terminal window displays the list of closed positions for the set interval.

Depth of Market window


1. To open the Depth of Market window, do one of the following:

  • Click   in the upper-left of the chart.
  • Right-click anywhere in the chart area, and then click Depth of Market.

2. To be able to trade in one click without order confirmation, click One-Click Trading on the Options menu.

3. To place a market order, set the order volume and click Buy or Sell.

To place a pending order, set the order volume, and then click one of the following buttons at the selected price level:

  •  in the Bid section — to place a Buy Limit order.
  •  in the Ask section — to place a Buy Stop order.
  •  in the Ask section — to place a Sell Limit order.
  •  in the Bid section — to place a Sell Stop order.

You can also set the SL/TP levels. To change the SL/TP price, drag it to a different price level.

One-click Trading panel


One-Click Trading panel allows you to place market orders in a single click from the chart window. Before using the panel for the first time, accept the terms of the agreement. To display the panel, click   in the upper-left of the chart.

To place orders, set the order volume and click Buy or Sell.

Chart window

To place pending orders from the chart, right-click the chart on the desired price level and select Buy Limit / Sell Limit or Trading > Order type. The order type depends on whether you click above or below the current price level.


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