Placing Orders Using Different Order Entry Tools,Matrix Window Geography. The Quote Bar displays basic price and order information for the specified symbol. Detail Pane, Default columns displaying data at each price level. P L USD displays a scale consisting of the position s break even point with profit and loss values. in the currency of the account values are displayed only when there is an open position in. the symbol, Orders displays all open orders in the symbol buy orders will be preceded by a B and sell orders. by an S each open order cell displays two numbers the number of shares contracts filled. followed by the number of shares contracts still working on the order. Bid Size displays current Bid Size for each price level depth is shown in parentheses. Price a column of prices in minimum increments for the symbol e g 01 for stocks color coded. cells identify traded prices between the high and low of the day. Open High and Low noted with green lines at the appropriate price cells. Last noted with a yellow background in the price cell includes the share contract volume. of the last trade, VWAP VWAP Volume Weighted Average Price is noted with a small v in the Price. Ask Size displays current Ask Size for each price level depth is shown in parentheses. Vol Bars color shaded bars indicate volume at each price level during each of the day s 30 minute. time periods The darker the shade the earlier in the day the volume occurred. Vol number of shares contracts traded at each price level. Position Avg Price average price of the open position is highlighted across all columns position. size is displayed in the Quote Bar,Order Status Bar. Displays the last message sent or received for an order. Order entry tools for the current symbol in the window. Advanced Order Bar, Advanced order settings for orders placed via the Trade Bar. Notes The Matrix Quote Bar and Detail Pane may be customized using the Format Columns menu. sequence for each section P L in Symbol Currency is also available as an additional column in the Detail. Page 2 of 8,Learning TradeStation,Placing Orders Using Different Order Entry Tools. Placing Orders Using the Matrix Window, Placing orders through the Matrix is as simple as clicking on the Bid Size or Ask Size column at the price. at which you want to buy or sell on stop limit or stop limit. Buy and Sell orders, Click on a Bid Size cell to place a buy order at the price level for that row Click on an Ask Size cell to. place a sell order at the price level for that row. Cancel Replace orders, To cancel replace an order click and drag an active open order in the Order column from its current limit. or stop price to the new limit or stop price,Market orders. To place a market order click on Buy Mkt or Short Mkt buttons from the. Trailing Stops, To place a trailing stop on an open position set the trail amount to Pts or. and enter the amount in the Amt field then click the Sell Trl Stp. button to exit long positions or the Cover Trl Stp button to exit short. Order Cancels Order Multiple exit orders, To place profit targets and stops on open positions select the number of targets and stops from the drop. down menu under the Place OCO Order button Click the ellipsis button to adjust the target and stop. amounts then click on the Place OCO Order button to place your orders. Order Sends Order Entry order with attached exit orders. To automatically send your profit targets and stops with your entry order put a checkmark in the Attach. OSO checkbox In the drop down menu select the type of exit orders. you wish to attach click the ellipsis button to adjust the quantities and. prices for your exits and then proceed to place your entry order Once. the entry order is placed it will have the specified exits automatically. Cancel orders, To cancel an order click on any active order in the Orders column to cancel it Orders may also be. cancelled using one of the three cancel buttons in the Manage Order s Position section of the Trade. Bar X Bids cancel all bids Cancel All cancel all active orders for this symbol and X Ofrs cancel all. Reverse position, Click on the Reverse button to reverse your current position from long to short and vice versa. Close position, Click the Close button to immediately exit the current position by placing. the appropriate market order,Page 3 of 8,Learning TradeStation. Placing Orders Using Different Order Entry Tools,Placing Orders Using Chart Trading. TradeStation Chart Trading is an application that docks to your chart windows and allows you to quickly. and easily place trades and manage positions and orders from a chart To enable chart trading in the. active chart click on the Format,Chart Trading menu sequence or. click the Chart Trading icon from,the Chart Analysis toolbar. Trades can be placed by clicking on the,various order entry buttons in the Order. Panel or by clicking directly on the,When placing orders by clicking on the. chart Ctrl Left Click mimics the,behavior of clicking on the bid side in. the Matrix window and Alt Left Click,mimics clicking on the ask side in the. Matrix window,Open orders can be moved to new,price levels by simply dragging their. corresponding order lines,Right clicking an order line will allow. you to edit the order s quantity and or,Selecting an order line and pressing. the delete key will delete the order,Page 4 of 8,Learning TradeStation. Placing Orders Using Different Order Entry Tools,Placing Orders Using the Quick Trade Bar. The layout and functionality of the Quick Trade Bar are different depending on the asset class being. traded For equities and futures the layout and buttons are identical but for forex a different layout is. Forex Layout Equities and Futures Layout, The Sell button displays the bid and the Buy Click the Buy or Sell Short buttons to place limit. button displays the ask Click the Sell or Buy orders at the prices displayed Adjust the. buttons to place limit orders at the prices displayed Quantity between the two buttons using the. Adjust the Quantity between the two buttons using directional arrows typing a new amount or using. the directional arrows by typing a new amount or the preset quantities displayed as buttons below. by using the preset quantities displayed as buttons the quantity field Click the Sell Mkt or Buy Mkt. at the bottom of the Quick Trade Bar Click the buttons to place market orders. Sell Mkt or Buy Mkt buttons to place market, orders Click Close to exit positions The Take Split Bid 1 Ask 1 and Hit buttons. allow you modify the bid or ask price of your, A simple view of the Quick Trade Bar with just the order Click Close to exit positions or Cancel All. Buy and Sell buttons is available by right clicking to cancel all active orders. on the Quick Trade Bar and selecting Quick Trade, Bar Layouts Simple FX menu sequence By default the Buy button displays the bid and. the Sell Short button displays the ask You may,switch these buttons around to buy at the ask or. sell at the bid by right clicking the Quick Trade,Bar and selecting Quick Trade Bar Layouts. Alternate Sell Buy menu sequence,Page 5 of 8,Learning TradeStation. Placing Orders Using Different Order Entry Tools,Placing Orders Using the Market Depth Window. The Market Depth window provides a view of market based bid and ask activity for a given instrument. along an integrated Trade Bar for fast and convenient order execution Color coding is used to group. common price levels together so you can see what is happening at a glance Market Depth data is. available for stocks electronic futures and options depending on your data subscriptions. Quote Bar shows basic price and order information for the symbol in the Market Depth window. Summary Pane The left pane lists the Bid and Ask for each price level The right panel graphs the. relative size or depth of Bid and Ask for each level. Detail Pane displays Bid prices left and Ask prices right grouped by price level Your open positions. and open orders for this symbol will be highlighted at the appropriate price row in the Detail Pane. Trade Bar order entry tools for the current symbol in the window. Advanced Order Bar advanced order settings for orders placed via the Trade Bar. Page 6 of 8,Learning TradeStation,Placing Orders Using Different Order Entry Tools. Placing Orders Using Order Entry Macros, An Order Entry Macro contains order instructions that can be sent directly to the market or can populate. the Order Bar with the order information A macro may be created to run on multiple asset classes. equities options futures and forex To create a macro click on the View Macros menu sequence and. in the Macros dialog click the Create button Select Order Entry Macro click Next and the Order Entry. macro wizard will guide you through the process of creating the macro. Some of the options in the wizard are whether to send the order directly to the market or customize it. using the Order Bar the types of asset classes that the macro will trade whether to use a specific symbol. or use the symbol from the current active window in TradeStation the number of shares or contracts to. trade the account number to use and specific information about the order such as order action order. type price route and duration,Once the Order Entry Macro is. complete you can run it from the,Command Line Macros dialog. and from the TradeStation,Development Environment In. addition you can assign a macro,to a toolbar button and or Hot Key. as a shortcut as explained in the,first lesson of this series. Page 7 of 8,Learning TradeStation,Placing Orders Using Different Order Entry Tools. 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