Smartphones and tablets are indispensable in trading when you are away from your computer.
Use the mobile versions of WebTrader on your iPhone/iPad and Android devices to trade in the financial markets.
You will certainly appreciate the functionality of the mobile trading platforms that include the full support for the trading functions, broad analytical capabilities with technical indicators and other graphical objects. Of course, all these features are available from anywhere in the world 24 hours a day.
The steps are as follows:
On the top Menu bar, select: INSERT > INDICATORS.
You can also navigate to the navigator section and insert chart indicators from there.
To add time periods to the main menu bar, select VIEW > TOOLBARS > PERIODICITY. (If needed) Use the following reference for applying time periods to charts:
M1 = 1 minute chart
M5 = 5 minute chart
M15 = 15 minute chart
M30 = 30 minute chart
H1 = 1 hour chart
H4 = 4 hour chart
D1 = daily chart
W1 = weekly chart
MN = monthly chart
Here is the scale that we use for trading lot sizes on MetaTrader:
0.01 lots = 1,000 units of base currency (or dollars) Our “micro” lot size.
0.10 lots = 10,000 units of base currency (or dollars) Our “mini” lot size.
1.00 lots = 100,000 units of base currency (or dollars) Our “standard” lot size.
**Please note that trading in lot sizes that are not shown in the scale above is possible. An example would be to open a lot position of 0.60 (60,000 units), an 8.00 lot position (800,000 units), or even a 3.20 lot position (320,000 units). Please email us with any scale questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
**Also, note that other brokers may use a different scale to trade certain size lots. For instance, another broker may show 1.00 lots on a mini account is 10,000 units
On the top menu bar, select CHARTS > BAR CHART or use the keyboard shortcut (Alt+1).
Within the Market Watch window, all of the currency pairs eligible to trade can be viewed by right-clicking within this section and selecting ‘Show All’. All currency pairs will appear thereafter.