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2 Dear Customer! This material is intended to give you understanding of the basic functions of AMERIA GLOBAL TRADING required for collecting information and updates on quotations, placing and canceling orders. It also provides charts and a description of the main types of orders, etc. Market data Market data Market data Market data Exchanges Exchanges Exchanges Creat an order Creat an order Creat an order Creat an order Modify an Order Modify an Order Modify an Order Modify an Order CHARTs, CHART TRADER CHARTs, CHART TRADER CHARTs, CHART TRADER CHARTs, CHART TRADER Order types Order types Order types Order types Trading window Trading window Trading window Trading window Account Account Account Market scanner Market scanner Market scanner Market scanner
Log In to America Global Trading 3 In the middle of the Ameriabank homepage, In the middle of the Ameriabank homepage, select America Global Trading. In the Login box, enter your username and In the Login box, enter your username and password, and click Login.
Add Market Data 4 Before you trade, youll want to add market data lines for your assets. A market data line represents an individual ticker, and displays the product type, order destination, ask and bid prices, and other defining attributes. To add market data to the trading screen Click in the Underlying field in an empty row. Enter an underlying symbol and press ENTER.
EXCHANGES AMEX AMEX ArcaBook for Equities ArcaBook for Equities ArcaBook Options Depth of Book ArcaBook Options Depth of Book Boston Stock Exchange Boston Stock Exchange CBOE Market Data Express Indices CBOE Market Data Express Indices CBOT Floor Based CBOT Floor Based CME Floor Based CME Floor Based InterContinental Exchange and New York InterContinental Exchange and New York Board of Trade ISE Options Depth of Book ISE Options Depth of Book NASDAQ NASDAQ NYSE NYSE Montreal Exchange Montreal Exchange Toronto Stock Exchange Toronto Stock Exchange Mexican Derivatives Exchange Mexican Derivatives Exchange Euronext Euronext LSE LSE Eurex Eurex Xetra Stocks Xetra Stocks Australian Stock Exchange Australian Stock Exchange Tokyo Stock Exchange Tokyo Stock Exchange Hong Kong Derivatives (Fut & Opt) Hong Kong Derivatives (Fut & Opt) 5
Create an Order 6 There are many ways to create orders in TWS. To create and transmit an order from the trading window Click the "Ask" or "Bid" price of an asset (or use your buy or sell hot key on the selected Market Data line) to create an Order Management line directly below the selected asset. Click the Ask Price to create a Buy order. Click the Bid Price to create a Sell order. On the Order Management line, modify the order parameters Time in Force, Action, Quantity, Price, Order Type, or Destination, if needed. To transmit your order, click the "T" in the Status field.
Modify an Order 7 You can modify an order up until the time it has been executed at the order destination. Until this occurs, the order remains visible and editable on both the asset's order management line and the Pending page. An order is "working" if the order status is green. On the Order Management line, click in the Action, Price or Quantity field and make your change. Click the T in the status column to transmit your modified order.
Cancel an Order 8 To cancel a working order Click the yellow "C" in the Status field
Open BookTrader 9 Transmit orders at any price, including the best bid and ask, with a single click. BookTrader displays as a separate window for whichever contract you select. It shows a series of prices above and below the best bid and ask in the price ladder. To open and arm BookTrader Select a contract on the trading page. Right click and select Trading Tools, then select BookTrader. In the upper left corner, check Armed.
BOOK TRADER 10 If you leave the Armed option unchecked, you can see prices and sizes but cannot trade. The current best ask shows a Green background in the Price field; the current best bid shows a Yellow background.
BOOK TRADER 11 To create a SELL Limit order in BookTrader In the price ladder, click the Ask Size at the desired price level. To create a BUY Limit order in BookTrader In the price ladder, click the Bid Size at the desired price level. Order defaults come from the active Preset, but you can modify the default size directly in Book Trader. Click the bid size at a price level to transmit a buy limit order at the price. BUY Click the ask size at a price level to transmit a sell limit order at the price. SELL
Create a Real-time Chart 12 You can define parameters to display a real-time line or bar chart for any contract on your trading page To create a chart Select the contract for which you want to create a chart. From the right-click menu, select Charts and then select New Chart. Set Chart Parameters to define the chart.
Add New Chart to Existing Chart Window 13 You can elect to include multiple charts within a single window, use auto display features to arrange the charts, and share trendlines among charts with the same underlying. To add a new chart to an existing chart window From the Charts menu, select Add New Chart. If you want the chart to use the same security as the existing chart, check Sub-chart uses current security. Checking this feature pre-populates the contract description in the Chart Parameters box. If you're adding a chart for a different security, uncheck this selection.
You can trade directly from a real- time chart using ChartTrader, which you display from the ChartTrader menu when youre in a chart. Send instantaneous orders by clicking directly in the chart, or create and modify an order by creating it from the Quote panel. CHART TRADER 14 First open a real-time chart by selecting a contract on the trading screen and clicking the Charts icon on the trading toolbar. On the ChartTrader menu, select Show/Hide ChartTrader.
CHART TRADER 15 Working orders display in the Orders panel and on the chart. Cancel from either place Select an action button to activate the cursor. An asteriks(*) indicates that the button is enabled for instaneous order transmission Move your mouse over the chart and click at the desired price level. The dashed line shows the current price level of your mouse cursor before you click the chart to create an order
CHART TRADER 16 Click the Ask(Bid) price to create a Buy(Sell) order in the order panel. The order can also be transmeted or cancelled within the chart.
ORDER TYPES 17 A limit order is an order to buy or sell a contract ONLY at the specified price or better. Click the Ask price to create a BUY order, or the Bid price to create a SELL order. In the Type field select LMT as the order type. In the Lmt Price field, enter the price at which you want the order to execute. To transmit the order, click the "T" in the Status field.
ORDER TYPES 18 A market order is an order to buy or sell an asset at the bid or offer price currently available in the marketplace. When you submit a market order, you have no guarantee that the order will execute at any specific price. Click the Ask price to create a BUY order, or the Bid price to create a SELL order. In the Type field select MKT as the order type. To transmit the order, click the "T" in the Status field.
ORDER TYPES 19 A Stop order becomes a market order to buy or sell securities or commodities once the specified stop price is attained or penetrated. A Stop order is not guaranteed a specific execution price. Click the Ask price to create a BUY order, or the Bid price to create a SELL order. In the Type field select STP as the order type. Enter the Stop Election price in the Aux. Price field. To transmit the order, click the "T" in the Status field.
ORDER TYPES 20 A Stop Limit order is similar to a stop order in that a stop price will activate the order. However, unlike the stop order, which is submitted as a market order when elected, the stop limit order is submitted as a limit order. Use the Lmt Price and Aux. Price fields on the trading screen to enter orders requiring multiple prices or values. Click in the Ask Price field to initiate a BUY order, or the Bid Price field to initiate a SELL order. Click in the Type field and select STP LMT as the order type. Enter the Limit price in the Lmt Price field. Enter the Stop Election price in the Aux. Price field.
ORDER TYPES 21 A market if touched order is designed to buy (or sell) a contract when the market goes below (or above) the current price. The Aux. Price value is the trigger to submit the market order. Click the Ask price to create a BUY order, or the Bid price to create a SELL order. In the Type field select MIT as the order type. In the Aux. Price field, enter the "touched" price to trigger the order. To transmit the order, click the "T" in the Status field.
ORDER TYPES 22 A trailing stop sell order sets the initial stop price at a fixed amount below the market price. As the market price rises, the stop price rises by the trailing amount, but if the stock price falls, the stop price remains the same. When the stop price is hit, a market order is submitted. Reverse this for a buy trailing stop order. This strategy may allow an investor to limit the maximum possible loss without limiting possible gain. Click in the Ask Price to initiate a BUY order, or the Bid Price to initiate a SELL order. Click in the Type field and select TRAIL from the dropdown list of order types. Enter a value in the Trailing Amt field.
ORDER TYPES 23 A One-Cancels-All (OCA) order is a combination of separate orders that are worked in conjunction with one another in the marketplace. A customer enters orders as part of an OCA group, and when an order is executed, the remaining orders in the group are canceled. If an order is partially executed, the remaining orders in the group are reduced proportionately to the amount that was executed. If an order is canceled before execution, the remaining orders in the group are canceled. Display the OCA Group field on an order management line: On the trading screen, create an order (click in the Ask Price to create a BUY order, or the Bid Price to create a Sell order). Identify the order as part of an OCA group by entering a group name in the OCA Group field (you can use any descriptive name that you want). Transmit the OCA order by clicking Transmit Page on the Order menu
ORDER TYPES 24 Click the "Ask" or "Bid" price of an asset to create an Order Management line. On the right-click menu, select Attach and then select Bracket Orders. Verify that the order parameters are correct. Transmit the order. Bracket orders are designed to limit your loss and lock in a profit by "bracketing" an order with two opposite-side orders. A BUY order is bracketed by a high-side sell limit order and a low-side sell stop (or stop-limit) order. A SELL order is bracketed by a high-side buy stop (or stop-limit) order and a low side buy limit order.
ORDER TIME IN FORCE 25 The time in force for an order defines the length of time over which an order will continue working before it is canceled. We support many time in force selections ncluding those described below. DAY GTC GTD
ORDER TIME IN FORCE 26 Display the Start Time field on an order management line On the trading screen, create an order In the Good After Time field, click the Calendar icon to open the date/time setter. Choose a month, year and day from the Date area, and a time and time zone from the Time area. Click OK. A "good after time" order is held in the system and sent to the exchange on the date and time you enter.
TRADING WINDOW 27 There is no limit to the number of trading pages you can create in TWS. You can enter as many lines of market data as you want, but at any one time you will only be able to see 40 active market data lines at a time. Use the trading pages to sort your assets by instrument type, exchange, or your own trading system categories. To create a new page, click the + sign, or right click to create a new page with specific template.
TRADING WINDOW 28 In the top right corner of a main trading window, enter a word or phrase in the Search field and hit Enter. On the Search Results page, check Application to view all TWS-related occurrences of the search topic, and check Contracts to see all contracts with the search topic in the title.
TRADING WINDOW 29 Assign windows to a "group" to link order and ticker actions. You assign a window to a group using the colored blocks on the top right of the title bar. All windows with the same color are part of the same group. When you change focus on one of the group's "Source" windows, all destination windows in the group reflect the change. Create a windows group Select a Group number from the dropdown list of group boxes. Open other desired windows and select the same group number/color from the Group list.
TRADING WINDOW 30 For Add Contract results, clicking a link will open a ticker line on the last active trading page with the search item as the contract in focus. From this point you can either add the contract, or click the Find button to broaden your search by company name.
ACCOUNT WINDOW 31 The Account window lets you monitor every aspect of your account activity. We present "key" account values as the default when your first open the Account window (this default view is shown in the illustration below). The account window conveys in real-time values the funds you have available for additional trades and the amount of cushion available before your account is liquidated. Balances Margin Requirements Available for Trading Market Value Portfolio
PROFIT & LOSS 32 You can see P&L on the trading screen and in the Account window. Use the Layout manager to add these fields to your trading screen. Positions Market Value Avg Price Position Unrealized P&L Realized P&L
PENDING ORDERS PAGE 33 Առանձին աշխատանքային էջում Դուք կարող եք տեսնել տեղադրված գործող (ակտիվ) պատվերները (Pending orders): Երբ պատվերները տեղադրվեն, Pending աշխատանքային էջը կփոխվի կարմիր գույնի:
MARKET SCANNER 34 The Market Scanners provide a quick scan of relevant markets and return the top contracts based on the instrument, parameter and filtering criteria you define. To create a Market Scanner page On the Page menu select Create Market Scanner. A new Market Scanner page is created, with the default scan for US Stocks, Low Price/Book Ratio. Click the expand arrow in the top left corner next to US Stocks to display the criteria selection panel.