‘TradeHub’ is the name of the online trading platform developed by the FCA-regulated company Ayondo Markets Limited. The terminal is web based and works on any modern browser. There are three main components: the top menu bar, the bottom menu bar and the trading area. Each of them can be resized, enabled or disabled. The Global Watchlist section shows nine of most traded instruments. Each row shows the instrument properties and a chart button. There are Buy, Sell, Add Product and Edit Watchlist buttons in this section. You can add new instruments from the search box. They appear in the Watch list and you can trade directly from this window. Clicking the buy or sell button invokes the Order module of the corresponding asset. Orders are filled via the instant execution model and you can preset stop loss and take profit orders in advance. Already open positions are displayed in the Open positions and Orders modules and they can be modified or closed here.
The chart module is resizable and can be viewed on full screen. You can trade directly from here. The time periods start from 1 minute to 1 year. If you use technical indicators, here you can find plenty of them. There are several graphical objects such as lines, arrows, and Fibonacci retracement. Open positions are displayed as lines here and you can modify or close them directly from this module. There are options for printing or saving the current chart. Account information is available at the top ribbon cash balance, profit/loss and used margin.
Although the platform offers many settings, all features are easily accessible and will be suitable for all types of traders.
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