Financial company Plus500 has developed its proprietary trading platform. There are two types of this terminal – desktop and web-based. The web-based version can be run on every major browser. There are two modules located one above the other. Instruments are at the top and the other is for charts. The most popular instruments are initially shown. You can also select Risers and Fallers or Favorites from the list. There are more groups of instruments in the menu below. You can get some information about the daily change, Sell and Buy prices and High and Low values for the day. Account information can be found above the instruments module. It includes Available funds, Equity, Margin, and Current result.
The buttons on the left side of the workspace are linked to Trade, Open positions, Orders and Closed positions. Clicking the buy/sell button opens a Trade window with the necessary data where orders can be placed. One thing to note is the presence of a Guaranteed stop loss order. It can be activated from this window. The instruments module and open positions window give access to modifying each position. The charts are informative rather than usable and offer several customization options. There are only 20 indicators, and chart types are just candlesticks and lines.
In general, the terminal is as simple as it can be, probably intended only for beginners.