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Learn to trade on Varchev Absolute Trader
With Varchev Absolute Trader (VAT), you can trade on forex, indices, equities, commodities and more.
Online trading with Varchev Absolute Trader means you can trade and potentially profit from not only rising prices, but falling prices too.
If you believe a market will rise, you go long or ‘buy’.
If you believe a market will fall, you go short or ‘sell’.
If the market moves in the direction you’ve predicted, you’ll make a profit for each increase of its price. Remember, however, that if the market moves in the opposite direction of your position, you’ll incur a loss.
Our trading platform allows you to set pending orders, which means it will automatically open a position on your behalf once a market reaches a specific price you’ve set. You can also set take profit levels (an order which closes your position at a specific target) and stop losses (an order that closes your position to prevent you from making losses beyond a certain level).
In our trading platform, there are four ways to open a trade. First, click on a particular instrument in the main Market Watch window.
Your chosen instrument will expand to allow you several different options to open a trade. You can view the spread, the lowest and highest price in a given time before you choose your position - long or short - and number of lots.
You can also double-click the name of your chosen instrument, which will open a new window. Here, you can set all the parameters of your position, selecting your type of execution (instant or pending), your desired number of lots, your stop losses and take profits, and whether to go long or short. All aspects of your trade are instantly calculated using our advanced calculator.
You can also use the platform’s Click & Trade window. Here you can set up to 12 instruments for ultra-fast trading. This enables you to react quickly to price movements in the market.
In the fourth and final way, you can trade directly from the chart.
As you can see, you can choose type of position, number of lots and, if you want, stop losses and take profit. The zig zag allows you to place an order graphically. Using this method, you can think about strategy rather than numbers by drawing your order.
How do you modify your position? Easy - simply click on the line of the position and drag your orders to your desired level.
You can also double click on your position and modify it in a separate window.
Or you can just add appropriate parameters in the terminal window.
You can close your positions with one or two clicks of your mouse.
You can close all positions with one command, but you can also lock in profits or limit losses by selecting ‘close winners’ or ‘close losers’.
You can also close your positions directly from the chart.
Join one of our educational webinars to learn more about trading on Varchev Absolute Trader’s trading platform, and learn how you can develop your trading strategy further.
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CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 63,41% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.