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One-Click trading enables you to place market orders with just one click and is the fastest way to place orders. To enable One-Click trading in Trading Station: Click on the "Trading Settings" button from the navigation menu. The "Trading Settings"…

This window is devoted to keeping track of entry, range entry, and OCO orders. Order ID provides the unique ID number of the entry order. Account provides the unique ID number of the account from which the entry order is placed. T…

This is where you will see any messages you receive from FXCM. The first column provides an icon indicating the message type (Question, Information, Tip of the Day, etc.). Time provides the date and time when the message was received. The…

The menu bar will provide you with functions which you can utilize for trading. The Buy and Sell buttons can be used to place orders on various currency pairs. The default symbol selected will be the last currency pair you…

This window summarizes all your open positions.  Symbol provides the symbol of the position. P/L Sell shows the current profit and loss of short positions. S Usd Mr shows the margin used for short positions. S Amt shows the amount sold.…

The first column provides an icon indicating the action status (in process, completed or cancelled). Actions lists a description of the actions performed. The actions are grouped by days. Sent Time provides the date and time when a request for the action…

This window shows you information about your closed positions. Ticket provides the unique ID number of your closed position. Account provides the unique ID number of the account on which the position was closed. Symbol provides the symbol of the closed position. Amount provides…

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