Market Orders

  • Immediate implementation
  • Market implementation

Caveo is keen to execute all orders on the asking price of the client but may result from trading in times of rapid market movement such as news, economic events or other market stimuli a quick movement of prices and since Caveo passes all trades to the market directly without interfering with them may produce The deal is at a price higher or lower than the asking price, with complete transparency, both against and in a good will, and Caveo does not have the control over this due to its automatic scrolling system, which operates without human intervention at all.

Caveo is keen to execute all orders on the asking price of the client but may result from trading in times of rapid market movement such as news, economic events or other market stimuli a quick movement of prices and since Caveo passes all trades to the market directly without interfering with them may produce The deal is at a price higher or lower than the asking price, with complete transparency, both against and in a good will, and Caveo does not have the control over this due to its automatic scrolling system, which operates without human intervention at all.

Selection commands

  • Stop buying
  • Stop selling

This is done when the order price reaches a stop-purchase order. The executed order is executed at the next available rate or is rejected if there is no available price; the order is executed for the full amount but can be executed better or worse than the asking price The same policy applies to tracking stop orders.

This is done when the bid price reaches a stop-sale order. The executed order is executed at the next available rate or is rejected if there is no available price; the order is executed for the full amount but can be executed better or worse than the asking price The same policy applies to tracking stop orders.

Stop orders

  • Stop buying
  • Stop selling

This is done when the order price reaches a stop-purchase order. The executed order is executed at the next available rate or is rejected if there is no available price; the order is executed for the full amount but can be executed better or worse than the asking price The same policy applies to tracking stop orders.

This is done when the bid price reaches a stop-sale order. The executed order is executed at the next available rate or is rejected if there is no available price; the order is executed for the full amount but can be executed better or worse than the asking price The same policy applies to tracking stop orders.

Auto close policy (Margin Call )

A trading platform designed to automatically close open positions when you reach the (margin call ) its 100% of the margin ratio

How to calculate the margarine

Margin is calculated using the following method which can be applied to all pairs, commodities and stock indices:

Margin required = current price * Leverage value * contract value * Number of open contracts

Example 1: If you want to buy only one standard contract for EUR : USD at 1.1232 and leverage 1:100

So. Margin required = 1.1232 *1/100* 100,000 *1 = $1123.2

Example 2: If you want to buy two mini contracts for the Aussie dollar pair at 0.76365 and leverage 1:400

So the required margin = 0.76365 *1/400* 10,000 *2 = $38.18

When calculating the required margin for any pair, commodity or stock index, you should not exceed the following points:

  • The margin required for the position changes with the current price change, albeit slightly.
  • The margin required for the position changes by changing the value of the contract and the number of contracts.
  • Leverage affects the value of the margin required for a position, the higher the leverage value

Reserve a lower margin for the transaction, and you should know the risks of using leverage.

When a customer has gold positions of less than $5 million and adds new deals, making the total value of trades $5 million and less than $8 million, spread price difference at the time of the new deal is extended additionally by $0.2 million per ounce. – When the client has gold deals of less than $8 million adds new deals, making the total value of trades $8 million or more, spread price difference at the time of the new deal is extended further by $0.3 per ounce.
The value of trades is calculated as follows: Number of contracts *100* price per ounce.

Example: 40 gold contracts * 100 ounces contract size * $1320 per ounce

= 5280000 $