Trading terminal interface

The interface of the trading terminal consists of three blocks

Block #1 (Top)
Block #2 (Bottom)
Block #3 (Right)
Block #1 (Top)
  • Global selection of a market for trading (upper left corner)

  • Information of the currency pair

  • Wallet Balances

  • Chart

Block #2 (Bottom)
  • Positions

  • Orders

  • Exchange transactions

  • Signal Table

  • Wallets

  • Scripts and indicators

  • API Keys

  • Bot settings

  • Trading statistics

Block #3 (Right)
  • Order book and order / position creation form

  • Tickers

  • Notifications

Block #1

The block is divided into 2 parts: information of pair, balances of wallets and the chart.

Information block

  1. Icon of the selected pair

  2. The choice of the current market of the Exchange and the total balance in dollar terms. Market Binance - Spot (Exchange), Margin, Futures

  3. Price of the selected pair

  4. Price change in 24 hours in absolute value and in %

  5. Volume in 24 hours

  6. Coin balance of the selected pair

Chart

  1. Toolbar You can learn more at tradingview.com. All plotted lines are automatically saved every 10 seconds.

  2. The name of the current pair on the chart

  3. Timeframe of the selected pair

  4. Indicators

  5. Chart Settings Candle color settings and other user settings

  6. Expand the chart in full screen

  7. Take a screenshot of the graph

  8. Price scale If you hold down the left mouse button and drag it up or down, the chart scale will change vertically. If you turn the mouse wheel on the chart - the horizontal scale changes, if you hold down the CTRL button - then the scale will change relative to the mouse cursor

  9. Current time and time zone It is possible to change the time zone to your current location

  10. Take profit order (TP) Limit order closing the position. You can drag on the chart. It is generated automatically if this module is enabled. More details TP is above the current price, if it is Long, and for short - below. In the TP order widget, the chart shows % of the position price and order size

  11. Stop loss order (SL) Insurance of a position to increase losses if the trend goes in the opposite direction to the position. It is also convenient to insure profits by moving the trunk over the trend (manual trailing). It can be virtual or real. More details With a virtual (VIRTUAL) SL order, it is closed by Floating or By Market using the means of our terminal. In the SL order widget, the chart shows % of the position price and order size

  12. Breakeven price of the position, taking into account the exchange fees The profit or loss in percent and the number of coins in the position are indicated

  13. Liquidation price There is a risk of liquidation in the Margin Market and Futures, since the loss may exceed the collateral and this threshold is indicated on the chart. Elimination is below the position price for Long, and for Short is above

Block #2

The block is divided by several menu items:

  1. Trading

  2. Statistics

  3. Settings

1. Trading

Open positions

This tab displays all open trading positions

Column

Description

ID

Position ID

Type

Long or Short.

The dots before Type display that there are open orders in position

Pair

Pair name

Amount

The number of coins in position.

When you hover, the number of coins in open orders is displayed

SL

Stop Loss level in %

Avg Price

Position Average Price, Profit / Loss in $

TP

Take Profit level in %

Created

Position Creation Date

Bot

List of bot modules controlled by position

By clicking on the row, a list of position orders will open. By clicking on the name of a currency pair, a chart of the pair of this position will open

When you hover over an unfulfilled order, a cross will appear at the end of the line, by clicking which you can cancel the order. You can also cancel the order by clicking on the cross on the chart

Closing position​

Logic: Clicking on the close button will cancel Take Profit and then create a Market Order for the amount needed to close the position. If there are no executed orders in the position yet, the orders will be cancelled first and then the position will be closed.

Open orders

Column

Description

ID

Order number in the trading terminal

Type

BUY or SELL

LIMIT#TP - type of LIMIT order and order functionality - #TP (Take Profit)

Pair

Name of currency pair by clicking on a pair - the chart will be opened

Price

Average price of the executed order

Amount

Number of coins if a minus in amount means a sale

Sum

Order sum = Price x Amount

Created

Date and time of creation

Pos

Position number

Filled

Order execution percentage

At the end of the line is a menu:

  • Cancel order

Closed positions

Column

Description

ID

Position number in the trading terminal

Type

LONG or SHORT. Types differ in color: Gray - position without coins executed. Blue - for LONG positions Orange - for SHORT positions

Pair

Name of the pair double click on a pair will open the chart

Amount

Number of coins in all orders to increase position for LONG, it's all BUY orders. for SHORT are all SELL orders.

Price

Average price of all orders to increase position

Sum

Amount of all orders to increase position

Profit / Loss

Absolute value Profit minus loss and in %

Closed

Position closing date and time

Exchange

Column

Description

ID

Exchange number in the trading terminal

Pair

Currency pair by clicking on a pair the chart will open.

Amount

Number of coins when buying, we get the amount for coin #1 from the currency pair. when selling, we get the amount for coin #2 from the currency pair.

Avg Price

Average exchange price

Sum

Sum of coins

when buying, we give the amount of coins #2 from the currency pair. when selling, we get the amount of coins #1 from the currency pair.

Created

Date and time of creation

Wallets

Above the balance sheet there is a small balance filter - up to 0.001 BTC and the calculated total balance in BTC / USD.

Wallets are displayed in the currently selected market. To change the market, you need to select another market from the top left, above the chart.

Column

Description

Coin

Coin Name

Balance

Balance = free coins + coins in orders

Available for orders

Available balance

In orders

Coins in orders

в BTC

Coin total balance equivalent in BTC

в USD

Coin total balance equivalent in USD

Initial margin

The percentage of the purchase price of a security that must be covered by cash or collateral when using a Futures account

Maintenance margin

The total amount of capital that must remain in an investment account in order to hold an investment or trading position and avoid a margin call

-- Stats

-- Settings

Keys

Please note that you can get a free subscription, read more here.

Full description of adding a key is described here.

Reboot account (key)

In what cases can this help? 👉 Wrong balance of wallet 👉 Position is out of sync on Futures Market 👉 Display error or does not allow creating an order or the order is missing during the permutation (but this does not necessarily help).

Of course, if you make mistakes, you have to let me know so we can deal with the error first. You don't have to write about margin balances, because I know about this problem, everything else - be sure to inform me. On average, the account reboots for about 10 seconds.

❗Without reasons do not need to reboot the account.

Block №3

Order Form

Above and below the Order Form is a list of Buy and Sell bids.

There is a switch on top: Long / Short / Exchange

Below is the Form settings

Switch #1

  • Place a real order

  • Place a virtual order (in development), which, when the price reaches, will create a real order or simply send a signal

Switch #2

  • Limit (L) - order with fixed price

  • Floating (F) - an automatic floating Limit order at last price in the order book

  • Market (M) - execution of orders in the order book

  • Stop order (O) - the order will be created at the price specified in the form when the Stop price (trigger price) is reached by the trend.

Switch #3

  • Scaled orders (in development)

By default, we set the Price field to a number that will execute the order on the market, i.e. you only need to set the Quantity and Stop price at which the quantity on the market will be executed.

Cost Averaging

When averaging a position manually in the form, the line "Price gap" appears - the percentage of gap after the execution of the averaging order.

You can either set the percentage of gap and the Amount/Sum of the order will be calculated automatically, or type the Amount or Sum, and the percentage of the backlog will also be calculated automatically.

The calculations will take into account all open averaging orders, which are located between the price of the new order and the price of the position.