How To Trade CFDs With HotForex: Managing A Position
  1. How To Trade CFDs With HotForex: Introduction
  2. How To Trade CFDs With HotForex: What's A CFD?
  3. How To Trade CFDs With HotForex: Placing An Order
  4. How To Trade CFDs With HotForex: Managing A Position
  5. How To Trade CFDs With HotForex: Closing A Position
  6. How To Trade CFDs With HotForex: Conclusion

How To Trade CFDs With HotForex: Managing A Position

All positions that are currently live can be seen under the Trade tab. If the Trade tab is not visible, you can open the window by clicking View on the main menu and selecting "Terminal." The Trade tab is located within the Terminal.

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Figure 6: By right clicking on a current position the stop loss or profit target can be altered by selecting "Modify or Delete Order." Adjust the criteria and hit enter to update the stop or profit target.


It is also possible you may have pending positions where an order is live but has not been filled by the market. These pending positions will also show up in the Trade tab. Pending positions will show less information than live trades because the order has not been executed yet. To alter a pending position/order, right-click and select "Modify or Delete Order."

How To Trade CFDs With HotForex: Closing A Position

  1. How To Trade CFDs With HotForex: Introduction
  2. How To Trade CFDs With HotForex: What's A CFD?
  3. How To Trade CFDs With HotForex: Placing An Order
  4. How To Trade CFDs With HotForex: Managing A Position
  5. How To Trade CFDs With HotForex: Closing A Position
  6. How To Trade CFDs With HotForex: Conclusion
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