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GuestBasicsMargin TradingAbout vserpuhove.comAbout vserpuhove.comOrder Types FAQvserpuhove.com has implemented several different order types to assist with users’ unique trading and hedging strategies. This section outlines the various order types available with some examples. To see the fees charged for various order types, please click here.
Limit OrdersStop OrdersTake Profit OrdersAdvanced Order FunctionsPost-Only Order Example
A market order is an order to be executed immediately at current market prices. Traders use this order type when they have an urgent execution. Pay attention to the orderbook when selecting this order type, otherwise a large market order may “walk the book” and incur market-impact costs.
User Inputs: Quantity.
Limit orders are used to specify a maximum or minimum price the trader is willing to buy or sell at. Traders use this order type to minimise their trading cost, however they are sacrificing guaranteed execution as there is a chance the order may not be executed if it is placed deep out of the market.
User Inputs: Quantity, Limit Price.
Limit Order Example
Quantity = 10 ContractsLimit Price = 100Direction = BuyA bid of 10 contracts will be placed in the market with a Limit Price of 100.
A Stop Order is an order that does not enter the order book until the market reaches a certain Trigger Price. Traders use this type of order for two main strategies:
As a risk-management tool to limit losses on existing positions, andAs an automatic tool to enter the market at a desired entry point without manually waiting for the market to place the order.
vserpuhove.com has three types of Stop Orders:
Stop Market Order – A Market Order will be placed when the market reaches the Trigger Price.Stop Limit Order – A Limit Order will be placed when the market reaches the Trigger Price.Trailing Stop Order – A Trailing Value is set; if the price reverts by an amount equal to the Trailing Value, a Market Order triggers.
A positive Trail Value indicates a trailing Buy whilst a negative Trail Value indicates a trailing Sell.
For all Stop Orders, the Trigger Price can be specified as either the Last Price, Mark Price or the underlying Index Price.
Stop Orders can be selected in the Dropdown list, by clicking on the three vertical dots, and will show you the Stop Price, Triggering Price and Status. There are three distinct Status events that are shown during the execution of a Stop Order:
Untriggered – The Trigger Price has not reached a level to trigger the Stop order.Triggered – The Trigger Price has been reached but no order has been filled.Filled – The Stop Order has been triggered and the order has been filled.
Users may cancel Stop Orders by clicking the cancel button.
Stop orders are implemented as a brokerage function and triggered stop orders are not guaranteed to be executed on the exchange at the exact time of triggering. Once a stop order is triggered, an order is submitted to the exchange; however, in a fast-moving market, users may experience slippage.
User Inputs: Quantity, Stop Price, Limit Price, Trigger.
Stop Limit Order Example
Quantity = 10 ContractsStop Price = 100Limit Price = 90Trigger = Mark PriceDirection = BuyIn this example, the user has selected a Stop Limit Buy Order with the Mark Price set as the Trigger Price. If the Mark Price hits 100, then a Limit Order will be placed for 10 contracts at 90.
User Inputs: Quantity, Trail Value, Trigger.
Trailing Stop Order Example
Quantity = 10 ContractsTrail Value = 5Trigger = Mark PriceDirection = Buy (since the Trail Value is positive)Once the user places this order type, a buy Market Order of 10 contracts will only be placed when the Mark Price rises more than the Trail Value of 5 here. However, if the Mark Price falls, then this order type will chase it and will only execute if the Mark Price rises by the Trail Value of 5 from wherever it drops to.
Take Profit Orders
vserpuhove.com has two types of Take Profit Orders:
Take Profit Market Order – A Market Order will be placed when the market reaches the Trigger Price.
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Take Profit Limit Order – A Limit Order will be placed when the market reaches the Trigger Price.
For all Take Profit Orders, the Trigger Price can be specified as either the Last Price, Mark Price or the underlying Index Price.
Take Profit Orders can be selected in the Dropdown list, by clicking on the three vertical dots, and will show you the Limit Price, Triggering Price and Status. There are three distinct Status events that are shown during the execution of a Take Profit Order:
Untriggered – The Trigger Price has not reached a level to trigger the Take Profit order.Triggered – The Trigger Price has been reached but no order has been filled.Filled – The Take Profit Order has been triggered and the order has been filled.
Users may cancel Take Profit Orders by clicking the cancel button.
User Inputs: Quantity, Trigger Price, Limit Price, Trigger.
Take Profit Limit Order Example
Quantity = 10 ContractsTrigger Price = 100Limit Price = 90Trigger = Mark PriceDirection = SellIn this example, the user has selected a Take Profit Limit Sell Order with the Mark Price set as the Trigger Price. If the Mark Price hits 100, then a Limit Order will be placed for 10 contracts at the Limit Price of 90. A trader would set a Limit Price below the Trigger Price if they want to increase the chance of an execution when triggered.
Advanced Order Functions
This section will introduce users to various order functions they can use on top of the existing order types above.
A Hidden Order is a Limit Order that is not visible on the public orderbook. Users can access it via the Limit Order, Stop Limit Order or Take Profit Limit Order selection via checking the “Hidden” box. Traders use this order type when they don’t want to inform the market of their trading intentions.
User Input: Quantity, Limit Price, Hidden Box Checked
Hidden Order Example
Quantity = 10 ContractsLimit Price = 100Hidden Box = CheckedDirection = BuyA buy Limit Order for 10 contracts with a Limit Price of 100 will be submitted to the market and will not be visible to other traders. It will be executed as per a normal Limit Order based on time / price priority.
An Iceberg Order is a Hidden Order where a part of the order is displayed on the public orderbook. Since savvy traders are able to identify Hidden Orders, some traders prefer to use this order type in an attempt to be indistinguishable from traders continously refilling their order. You can access this order type by selecting either the Limit Order, Stop Limit Order or Take Profit Limit Order and then checking the “Hidden” box and inputting a quantity to display.
User Input: Quantity, Limit Price, Hidden Box Checked, Display Quantity
Iceberg Order Example
Quantity = 10 ContractsLimit Price = 100Hidden Box = CheckedDisplay Quantity = 1 ContractDirection = BuyA buy Limit Order for 10 contracts with a Limit Price of 100 will be submitted to the market. Only a bid for 1 contract will be visible to other traders. If someone submits a sell Order for 3 contracts at 100 then 3 contracts will be executed from this order. After that, another bid for 1 contract will appear at 100 to other traders. As such, there will now be 7 contracts left remaining, with 1 only visible.
Post Only Orders
A Limit Order with “Post-Only” option selected will only be posted to the Order Book if it would not be posted at the same price as an existing visible Order on the Order Book. Post-Only Orders that would match against an existing visible Order will be rejected, but can still match against Hidden Orders. A Limit Order with “Post-Only” selected will always be a Maker Order for the purposes of fee calculations. This order type can be accessed from the Limit Order, Stop Limit Order or Take Profit Limit Order selection by checking the “Post-Only” box.
User Input: Quantity, Limit Price, Post-Only Box Checked
Post-Only Order Example
Quantity = 10 ContractsLimit Price = 102Post-Only Box = CheckedDirection = BuyBest Ask = 101If the “Post-Only” box was not checked in this example, then this order would execute in the market against the Best Ask of 101 and the order would pay the Taker fee. Given the “Post-Only” box is checked, this order will not execute and will be cancelled. Only if the Best Ask was higher than 102 will this order be placed in the market.
Close On Trigger Orders
Close On Trigger is an additional order type specification that can be added to most of the above Stop and Take Profit Order types. It can be utilised by checking the “Close On Trigger” box. It is considered a high-priority order and if enough margin is not present to execute, it will attempt to cancel other open orders in the same symbol. This order may only be used to reduce a position and will automatically cancel if it would increase it. Traders use this order type in case of market reversals.
User Input: Close On Trigger Box Checked
Close On Trigger Example
Existing Position = 10 ContractsQuantity = 10 ContractsDirection = SellClose On Trigger = CheckedA user has 3 existing buy Limit Orders in the market, and places a Stop Limit Sell Order with the “Close On Trigger” box checked. When the Stop executes, it reduces the position down to zero. Let’s assume there was not enough margin present in the account to execute this – in that case, the three limit orders will be canceled or amended down to free margin, starting with the ones farthest away from the market.
Pegged Orders (API only)
Pegged orders allow users to submit a limit price relative to the current market price. The limit price is setonce when the order is submitted and does not change with the reference price. This order type is not intended forspeculating on the far touch moving away after submission – we consider such behaviour abusive and monitor for it.
Two peg types are available:
PrimaryPeg – price is set relative to the near touch price.MarketPeg – price is set relative to the far touch price.
See the API Explorer for complete documentation on the Pegged order type.
Pegged Order Examples
orderQty = 100execInst = FixedpegPriceType = MarketPegpegOffsetValue = -1Submit a buy order at one unit (contract value) below the best ask price.