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Execution of orders on the platform R1fx Trader

Order types

On all versions of the platform (PC, WEB, IOS and Android) there is a possibility to return orders for both market and pending orders.

It should be noted that traders using R1FX Trader have an opportunity to give orders of the Instant type and variable spread, for market orders for R1FX Trader with Market execution and variable spread.
Instant orderAn instant order means an order to sell or buy at Bid or Ask price that is executed at the price occurred at the time the client submitted the corresponding request.
Market orderThis order can be used by traders on all platforms. A market order is an order intended for purchase or sale at the market price available at the moment. The volume received from the liquidity providers (third party) is automatically aggregated by the system, which also executes the “market order” at the best and weighted average price available at the time of execution.

Pending order

The order to buy or sell, upon reaching the set “Stop price” in the market is called “Stop order”. When the stop order is activated, it starts to be considered as a “market order”, but only after the price of the pending order has been reached. “Stop order” can remain in the system until the moment of its execution, in accordance with the section “Good Till Cancel”. “Stop order” under Contracts for Difference (CFD) on spot metals, futures and forex are executed with small deviations from the current market price.

Stop Loss is used to limit losses. At the moment, when the market reaches the “Stop Loss price”, the specified order is activated and is considered as a “market order”*. “Stop Loss” remains in the system if it has not been executed. With regard to CFDs on futures, Forex and spot metals, Stop Loss is executed with minimum difference from the current market price.

Limit Order means the sale or purchase order issued at the moment when the market price reaches the set “limit price”. Pending limit order is activated and executed at the set “limit” or the best price when the market price reaches “limit price”.

In the event of non-execution, the “limit order” will remain in the system until the latest date, in accordance with the conditions in the “Good till Cancel” section. With regard to CFDs on spot metals, Forex and futures, “limit orders” are executed with a minimum deviation from the current market price.

Take Profit is the order which is used for profit taking. “Take Profit” is executed as a “limit order” and is activated at reaching the placed price of Take Profit in the forex market. In the event of non-execution, Take Profit will remain in the system. To be exact, Take Profit on CFD (retail contracts) for spot metals, futures and Forex is executed with the lowest possible deviations from the current price in the market.

Good Till Cancel (GTC, expiration date of the order) means setting the time during which the client is able to set “pending orders”. The client can choose a certain date, until which the order will be in the mode of pending and “active” execution. The order can be removed if it has not been executed during this time.

Good till Date (“GTD”) – special execution settings that can be applied to pending orders. Determined by a 5-second period from the moment of placement.

Cancelling/changing a pending order means that the client can cancel or change pending orders in case the market price has not reached the level established by the client.

Requote (unavailable) means the offer to the client after the attempt to open an “instant order” of the next price. An “instant order” is an order that is executed only at the requested price. The client should agree with the new price before execution of the order. Regency OneGroup executes orders without requotes.

Slippage is a situation when the order execution price requested by the client is not available. In this case, the order will be executed at a price which differs from the requested price by a couple of points or close to the requested price. “Positive slippage” refers to the case when the execution price is better than that requested by the client. “Negative slippage”, on the contrary, refers to a situation where the execution price is worse than that requested by the client.

It should be noted that “slippage” is a normal market practice regularly seen in the currency market in the conditions* of high volatility and low liquidity at moments of occurrence important economic events, news, and opening of markets. In Regency OneGroup orders are executed automatically, without any execution algorithms for particular clients.

Remember: for both types of execution, Instant and Market, pending orders are applied.

  • Trailing stop – Stop Loss is used to limit losses at the moment when the price movement of a financial instrument is directed to a loss. Stop Loss can be transferred manually to the breakeven level when the position becomes profitable. Trailing stop was created to automate this process. The instrument is especially useful in case when, for some reasons, there is no possibility of constant monitoring of the market and when prices change fast in one direction.
  • Bid price on charts. Only Bid price is indicated in the trading terminal. It is generated at this price. Ask Price is used only to close short and open long positions. The Ask price, by default, is not displayed on the chart. If you want a more detailed and careful study of the chart, you can activate the option “Show Ask Line” in the trading terminal settings. It will display a horizontal line on the chart showing the current Ask price of the last bar on the chart.

Do not forget that Trailing stop is not activated on the company’s server, but on the trading terminal, like Take Profit or Stop Loss. Therefore, it will not be active when the trading terminal is turned off, which distinguishes it from the above orders.

  • It should be noted that the instruments of high-frequency trading and expert advisors do not work on the company’s server, but on the client terminal, like Take Profit or Stop Loss. Therefore, they will not be active when the trading terminal is turned off, which distinguishes them from the above orders.
  • Hedge or locked position. At the moment the client opens a position of the same volume which is opposite to the existing open position, a locked position is created. The difference of the hedge position from the regular closed position is that both positions remain open.
  • High frequency trading and expert advisors. You can use your strategy with any instrument in Regency OneGroup, regardless of the trading style. R1FX Trader is fully compatible with automated trading systems and advisors, within the limits of available liquidity and trading conditions.
Note that the above orders are 100% relevant for the R1FX Trader platform.
  • Sell Stop Limit and Buy Stop Limit orders. These orders combine the functionality of the limit and stop orders. Upon reaching a certain stop price, the stop-limit order is executed at the specified or better price. A stop-limit order becomes a limit order for sale or purchase at a limit price or better when the stop price is reached.
  • High frequency trading and expert advisors. You can use your strategy with any instrument in Regency OneGroup, regardless of the trading style. R1FX Trader is fully compatible with automated trading systems and advisors, within the limits of available liquidity and trading conditions.
  • No hedging in the R1FX Trader. After placing in the R1FX Trader terminal the order to buy and sell on the same pair and with the same volume or vice versa, the first order will be simply closed by the second one.
  • Netting in the R1FX Trader is placing one order to buy 1 lot of EURUSD, and the second order to buy another lot in the same pair. Your position will not be on two separate transactions, but on the purchase of two lots in EURUSD. In this case, the weighted price for the position is calculated as follows: (Price of the first transaction X volume of the first transaction + price of the second transaction X volume of the second transaction)/(volume of the first transaction + volume of the second transaction).

  • Order sizes. Regency OneGroup can process an order of any size, from 1000 units of traded currency and above, without maximum restrictions.
  • No requotes – guaranteed execution. If the market depth allows, execution without requotes is guaranteed for the traders with Regency OneGroup’s cTrader.
  • SOR and VWAP. Access to the best prices in the market and automatic execution of your orders in 99% of cases will provide deep liquidity and intelligent order routing system. Automatic collection of all available liquidity at the best current prices and filling of the weighted average price (VWAP) will be carried out in case of partial filling.
  • No restrictions on pending orders – select entry/exit points. Regency OneGroup’s R1FX Trader does not restrict setting Stop Loss or Take Profit with regard to the current market price. This enables traders to accurately implement their trading strategies. Take Profit and Stop Loss can be set by the trader at the price closest to the current market price.
  • Hedge or locked position is the necessary level of margin for their opening. At the moment the client opens a position of the same volume, which is opposite to the existing open position, a locked position is created. The difference of the hedge position from the regular closed position is that both positions remain open.

In case the margin level in your trading account is more than 100%, you will not need to provide additional margin during the opening of the locked (opposite) position.

The margin level can be calculated in relation to the margin used and funds (margin level = [Own funds/Margin] * 100). It follows that in the presence of available funds (margin level is over 100%) you will not need additional margin to open locked positions. Otherwise, you will not be able to open new positions, including locked ones.

In specially designated sections of your trading account you can review all volume of your funds, available funds and margin individually.

  • Swap/Rollover – deducted/accrued Swap/Rollover will be calculated for the trading position if it is transferred to the next day. The calculation of the amount of deductions or accruals corresponds to the difference between the refinancing rates between the two currencies that take part in the transaction, depending on the transaction type (long/short), seen that night.
  • Change of spread. Please note that in the “Operation Terms and Conditions” Regency OneGroup has the right to narrow and expand spreads, exceeding the standard average values indicated in the specification of contracts for variable spreads. This is possible in case the market is influenced by abnormal conditions.

Remember that you can both lose and earn on swap. This is influenced by the fact, which swap you calculate, positive or negative. In some cases, when the Company charges its fee for execution of the operation, the financial instruments at sale and purchase have negative swap only. As a result, the size of negative or positive swap will shift to the negative side.

Be careful: swap is automatically converted into the account currency and credited to the client’s account. Swap is credited at 23:59 local time. From Friday to Saturday, the swap is credited at the triple rate.

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