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How to open / close an order (position)?

There are several ways to open a trading order: 1. Choose “Tools” --> “New order” in the program menu. 2. Double-click on the name of the trading instrument in the “Market Watch” window. 3. Click on the “New Order” button on the toolbar. 4. Press F9 key on the keyboard. When opening a position, it is necessary to fill in the following fields: • Symbol – choose the instrument for trading. • Volume – set the volume of the order (number of lots). • Stop Loss – set the Stop Loss level (not obligatory). If it is 0.000, the order is considered not placed. • Take Profit – setting the Take Profit level is not an obligatory parameter either. If it is 0.000, the order is considered not placed Attention! If Stop Loss and Take Profit levels were set too close to the current price, you will see an error message: “Incorrect S/L or T/P”. You will need to move the levels farther from the current price and repeat the request. Pending order To open a pending order, please, press F9 key on your keyboard and in the “Type” menu choose “Pending order”. To close a position, please, right-click on the order in the “Trade” area below the chart and choose “Close order” in the menu. Another way to close an order is to double-click on it in the “Trade” area. Order with the set levels of Take Profit and/or Stop Loss will close automatically when the price reaches the chosen Take Profit or Stop Loss level. A Long position is closed at Bid price, a Short position – at Ask price.

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