Learn the basics of trading with EXANTE Trading Platform (Tutorial)
If you wish to learn how to use EXANTE Trading Platform, you may turn to our detailed User Manual that can be found in our client's area.
Another way to learn how to use our trading platform is to view video tutorials on our YouTube channel:
The video tutorials feature subtitles in several languages, including English and Russian.
The channel is also regularly updated with trading webinars hosted by prominent traders who share their knowledge about the latest market trends and successful trading strategies.
How is an order created?
This is the general idea of what the lifecycle of a regular order looks like:
It all starts with you as a client. You can either make an order via our trading platform or an API, or turn to our Tradedesk for specific over-the-counter instruments. In both cases the order goes directly to the market, be it an organized stock exchange or an OTC marketplace. As a result of your successfully fulfilled order, you obtain real assets against your deposited funds.
What is your trading technology based on?
At the heart of EXANTE’s trading technology is the multifunctional in-house developed EXANTE trading platform.
EXANTE team developed the trading platform from scratch without using third-party solutions, which, firstly, guarantees it’s fast and reliable performance, and secondly, makes EXANTE platform very versatile and easy to support.
EXANTE’s priority is to guarantee transparency and reliability for our clients worldwide.
We work with a multitude of partners, diversifying suppliers across different markets and groups of assets. Our partner list is steadily growing as we strive to ensure the most efficient and reliable connection to any given market.
EXANTE works with major European banks. When it comes to clearing, we rely on Tier 1 liquidity providers.
We also have multiple counterparties for each financial instrument to ensure flawless operations. As for commodities trading, these deals are executed directly at the corresponding exchanges.
Infrastructure is a vital part of our business. We continuously improve the EXANTE infrastructure to deliver the high-performance trading experience to our clients worldwide.
Our trading scheme is rather complicated: we can work with one company to trade stocks, while trading, say, futures on the same market will involve another counterpart. The full list of our partners is constantly changing, as we are always looking for the most efficient connections to the markets.
We cherish our infrastructure as it is a significant part of our business that could be copied and misused once disclosed, so we tend to keep our partner connections unexposed to the public. You may, however, rest assured that the logistics do not affect the conditions and commissions in any way. EXANTE remains one and the only counterpart for our clients when it comes to trade execution.
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EXANTE is a broker for professionals. Direct access to over 50 financial markets through one account.
Any information contained on this website is provided to you for informational purposes only and should not be regarded as an offer or solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any investments or related services that may be referenced here.
Investing in certain instruments, including stocks, options, futures, foreign currencies, and bonds involve a high level of risk. Trading on margin comes with substantial risk as well. You must be aware of these risks before opening an account to trade. The income you may get from online investing may go down as well as up.