1. How To Place A Trade Using MultiCharts Trading Software: Introduction
  2. How To Place A Trade Using MultiCharts Trading Software: Trade Bar
  3. How To Place A Trade Using MultiCharts Trading Software: Chart Trading
  4. How To Place A Trade Using MultiCharts Trading Software: Modifying Orders
  5. How To Place A Trade Using MultiCharts Trading Software: Depth Of Market
  6. How To Place A Trade Using MultiCharts Trading Software: Conclusion

MultiCharts is a software development company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. Its flagship software product, MultiCharts, is a professional technical analysis and automated trading software package which features high-definition charting, intuitive order-entry interfaces, advanced analytics, strategy optimization and backtesting. This article will explain how to place a trading using MultiCharts' three order-entry interfaces: the Trade Bar, the Chart Trading panel and the Depth-of-Market (DOM) window. Note: MultiCharts allows simulated trading only for traders who use a Zen-Fire or Rithmic data feed, or who have demo accounts with PFGBest, Interactive Brokers or Mirus Futures. Otherwise, the platform can only be used to place actual trades in a live market.

SEE: Technical Analysis


How To Place A Trade Using MultiCharts Trading Software: Trade Bar
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