How to read Capital.com portfolio on mobile. When trading Capital.com on your mobile, you want to review your portfolio, but there are many uninformed impressions. This article will guide you in detail to read and understand such transactions.
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Order types displayed in [Portfolio] Capital
In Capital.com, there are 2 types of orders, including buy and sell orders with open orders and pending buy and sell orders with pending orders.
Buyers of buy orders expect the price to rise to receive profits. Therefore, buy orders are traded by investors when they see market signals showing an upward trend in the future.
In contrast, to sell orders, investors expect that the lower the price, the higher the profit. Investors will trade sell orders when they see that the price trend is falling and may continue to decline in the future.
How to view order types in [Portfolio] Capital.com
To view the order types in your portfolio, do the following:
Log in to your Capital.com account. If you do not have an account, you can register by following the link below:
Select the [Portfolio] tab
To view open transactions, see the [Operations] tab.
To view pending orders, click the [Orders] tab.
How to read [Trades] open on Capital.com
- The buy order volume will be displayed in green with open trades, and open sell orders will be displayed in red.
As shown in the illustration, we can read the information of active transactions in the arrow marked as follows: Buy order: 0.1 BTC / USD and sell order: 1 Gold.
- Next, the bottom line is the order execution price (left) and the real-time market price (right).
In the illustration, the purchase of 0.1BTC was 47,677.60 and the current market price was 47,880.70. Similarly, when you place the Sell 1 Gold order, the price is 1,778.50. The market price of gold at the time of the photo shoot was 1,778.29.
- On the right side there is information about the profit or loss of that trade.
The illustration shows a buy order of 0.1 BTC/USD and that the trade is making a profit of $20.31; The order to sell 1 unit of gold is making a profit of $0.21.
- Orders placed stoploss and takeprofit will have the SL TP symbol in the right corner of the screen. If the transaction has not set ST and TP it will not show this information.
Capital.com portfolio: how to read the information [Pending Orders]
The same applies to open trades.
- Pending purchase orders will show the red frame and volume as a negative number.
- Pending sell orders will have a blue frame and positive volume.
The illustration above shows a pending order to sell 1.1 units of gold and a pending order to buy 0.1 ETH/USD.
- Next to the volume is the price that the order will match. Below the volume is the current market price.
The illustration above shows:
It will execute an order to sell 1.1 units of gold at 1,770. The current price of gold is 1,778.08.
Similarly, it will correspond to a pending order to buy 0.1 ETH/USD at 3,000. The current price of ETH/USD is 3,612.69.
- As with open trades, pending orders placed Stoploss and Takeprofit will be displayed on the right side of the screen with the symbols SL, TP.
Conclusion: How to read a portfolio Capital.com
Above is a guide on how to read and understand portfolio information Capital.com on the phone. This information is quite simple and easy to understand, but it cannot be obvious to newcomers when trading for the first time. We hope this article will make it easier for you to access and use the Capital.com trading application.