LibertEx is the name of the trading platform developed by the CySEC-regulated financial company Indication Investments Ltd. The terminal is web based and works with any of the modern browsers. The default workspace consists of three components. The Instrument list module shows all assets available for trading in groups. Instruments can be found by typing their names in the search box. Each line of the list shows the name, its price and the daily price change. We should mention that the spread is zero and the only one price shown. However, each deal is subject to a commission, which is a percentage of the amount traded. Financial news is displayed below this section.
Clicking the instrument from the list displays its chart. The chart types include candles (normal and Heikin Ashi), bars and lines. Time periods start from 1 minute to 1 month. Chart module can be viewed in full screen mode. The interesting thing here is that the prices can be viewed as a logarithmic scale.
Orders can be placed from the Open Trade button above charts. It invokes the orders window where the leverage can be set – from 1:1 to 1:500. Because of the instant execution model, stop loss orders can be preset in advance here as well. The section ‘At the price’ is used for placing pending orders. Buy and Sell buttons are at the bottom of this component.
You can open the Account section by clicking on the top right button. It informs about account balance and open positions. They can be modified and closed here. History reports are also available through the button Report.
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