We’re all about fair and transparent trade execution. Low spreads mean nothing without quality execution to back them up. That’s why we use the latest trading technology to fill your orders at the best available price, every time.
Flexibility is important to every trader, regardless of strategy. You want to be able to place a trade at a moment’s notice or analyze and plan ahead. The order types we offer help you do just that.
A market order is the most basic order type and the most common.
You’d use it when wanting to place a trade immediately by either buying or selling a currency pair. Once placed, your order will be filled at the best available price.
A market order can be used to open a new trade or close or reduce an existing one.
A limit order is a type of pending order that only executes at the specified price or better.
To sell a currency pair at a specified price or higher, you’d use a sell limit order. To buy a currency pair at a specified price or lower, you’d use a buy limit order.
A limit order can help you be more precise about when you enter the market. Bear in mind though, if the price you specify is not reached, your order will never be executed.
You can choose how long your limit order remains open with various duration types. These include GTC (Good Till Cancelled), where your order remains open until you cancel it, and GTD (Good Till Date), where it remains open until a date you specify.
A stop order is a type of pending order that only executes when the specified price is reached.
To buy a currency pair at a specified price, you’d place a buy stop order. To sell at a specified price, you’d use a sell stop order.
Stop orders are also known as stop-loss orders and can be used to manage risk when trading.
Bear in mind, stop orders are always executed at the best available price depending on market conditions.