Trade management comprises of managing your orders or trades and can be viewed from the separate window created at the
bottom of your workspace. In addition, all the trade management panels come with a “Buttons Toolbar” that can be used as
shortcut keys to manage fresh or existing orders.
Trades and trade related data can be viewed and managed from the following panels-
Positions panel lists all currently opened positions. When a new position is opened, it appears in this panel immediately.
To open the Positions panel, Go to Terminal >>Positions OR click on this icon from the tool bar ribbon.
To customize column headers, right- click on any of the headers and modify
Can be viewed above the table in this panel. As soon as a trade is completed, the buttons toolbar gets activated. To view buttons,
Open the context menu and select View > Buttons panel.
To customize the buttons toolbar, right- click subsequent to the toolbar and modify
The buttons with their features are highlighted below-
This panel lists all created orders which are yet to be traded.
To open a new Working orders panel, go to Terminal >>Working orders OR click on this icon from the toolbar ribbon.
The panel displays the following type of orders
The panel allows to view system actions related to opening and closing orders including SL/TP orders. This is particularly useful for monitoring specific information regarding creation, modification, removal and execution of orders.
To open ‘Orders History’ panel, go to Terminal >>Orders history OR click on this icon from the toolbar ribbon.
Filled orders panel displays trading history.To open the panel, go to Terminal >>Filled orders OR click on this icon from the
Users can select the time period and analyze trading history from the drop- down
Users can view the symbol- wise summary of open positions from the ‘Positions balance’ panel.
To take a look at the positions balance, go to Terminal >>Positions balance OR click on this icon from the toolbar ribbon.
Some of the key columns in the panel are
The panel shows a log of all events that have occurred during work sessions.To open a new ‘Event Log’ panel, go to Terminal >>
Event log OR click on this icon from the toolbar ribbon.
The available columns in the panel and their corresponding description are highlighted below
Users can also select the time period for which they wish to check the logs from the dropdown.
Users can also choose the type of events to be covered in the panel by clicking the button and selecting the event/s from the drop- down