Volume of a trade operation is the product of the number of lots by the size of the lot.
Ask – the price at which the customer makes a purchase.
Balance – the cumulative financial result of all fully completed transactions and deposit/withdrawal operations on a trading account.
bar / candle – the basic element of the chart showing the opening and closing price levels, the minimum and maximum price for a certain period chosen by the Client. When used to display the graphs of the MetaTrader4 terminal, the display of bars /candles occurs at the Bid price level.
Bid – the price at which the Client sells.
Graph – a graphical representation of the prices of a stream of quotations for a certain period, consisting of bars / candles or lines. When used to display graphs
of MetaTrader4 terminal, the display of prices occurs at the Bid price level.
Client – an individual or a legal entity that performs conversion arbitrage operations in financial instruments via the Company’s server.
Client terminal is a software product through which the Client transfers orders for the execution of trading operations.
The Company is a legal entity that provides the Client with the service of organizing conversion arbitrage transactions in financial instruments.
Complete transaction is a transaction consisting of two opposite related operations of the same volume.
Contract specifications – trading conditions (contract size, spread, initial margin, Limit & Stop Level, etc.) for each instrument.
Conversion arbitration transaction – a transaction for the purchase or sale of a contract for financial instruments. Supposes conclusion of two transactions for the purchase and sale of a contract of the same volume.
Demo trading account – the trading account of the Client, the deposited assets of which have no monetary value.
Order – an order (order) of the Client to open a position, close a position, place a pending order, modify or delete a pending order.
Equity means the current size of funds, which is determined by the formula: Equity = Balance + Floating Profit – Floating Loss.
Floating Profit – uncommitted profit on open positions at current values of rates.
Floating Loss – an unrecorded loss for open positions at current values of rates.
Free Margin – free funds on the trading account, which can be used to open a new position. Free Margin = Equity – Margin.
Instruments – currency pairs, CFDs and metals, available for conducting trading operations in accordance with the specifications of contracts indicated on the Company’s website.
Hedging margin is a collateral for maintaining a locked position on the trading account of the Client.
Leverage is the ratio between the amount of collateral and the amount of a trade. (Leverage 1: 100 means that for the transaction is necessary
have on the trading account the amount of 100 times less than the amount of the transaction.)
Limit & Stop Levels – the minimum distance in points from the price level of the placed pending order to the current price.
Linear graph is a type of graph, for visual display of which a sequence of connected closing prices is used for a certain period with the current price. When
using to display the line graphs of the MetaTrader4 terminal, the line is displayed at the Bid price level.
Personal area– a closed personal section on the Company’s website used by the Customer to access the Company’s services.
Locked positions – long and short positions of the same volume, open on the same instrument on one trading account.
Long position (Bull) – the position opened by the Client in the calculation of the price growth of the instrument.
Lot – a unit of measure of the volume (size) of the transaction.
Margin – cash collateral for maintaining open positions.
Margin Level – the ratio of Equity to Margin, expressed as a percentage: Margin Level = (Equity / Margin) * 100.
Marginal trading – conclusion of transactions with the use of leverage.
Market Execution – this system assumes that the Customer’s order will be executed not at the price that he sees on the screen, but on the one that will exist on the market at the moment of execution of the warrant. This price can be either better or worse than the one the client saw on the chart when he pressed the “Buy” or “Sell” button.
Non-market quote – a quote that satisfies the following conditions: the existence of a significant price gap and a quick price return to the level that preceded the rupture.
Pending order – an order to open or close a position in the future at a given price. This order is used to open a trading position, provided that future quotes are equal to the established level.
Price Gap – the price range, within which there were no quotes.
Quotation – the price of the instrument, expressed in the form of Ask and Bid prices.
Real trading account – the trading account of the Client, the deposited assets of which have an equivalent monetary value.
Server – a set of software and hardware combination that the Company uses to process transactions made by the Client on a trading account.
Server log – file is a file created by the trading server, which logs all orders received from the Client, as well as the result of their processing.
Short position (Bear) – the position opened by the Client in the calculation of the price reduction of the instrument.
Spread – the difference between the quotes Ask and Bid, expressed in points.
Stop Out – the order for compulsory closing of the position, generated by the server.
Swap – payment for the transfer of an open position for the next day. Can be positive or negative. On a Wednesday night the fee is charged at triple level.
Trading account is a special account of the Client, opened on the server of the Company for trading operations.
Currency of the trading account is the currency in which the profit and loss on the trading account is calculated.
Trading transaction is an operation for the purchase or sale of a financial instrument.
Non-trading operation is an operation connected with the deposit/ withdrawal of personal account funds, as well as the operation for transfer of funds between trading and personal accounts, internal transfers.
Trade turnover is an indicator of the total volume of concluded transactions on the Customer’s account, expressed in lots or absolute units.