Know how to use gill broking trading software complete guide. You can learn here everything about software like sign in, order buy, order sell, payin, payout, charts and all required things of commodity trading.
Welcome to Gill Broking – Gill Broking Trading Terminal (trading software), which is designed to provide you with complete control to trade online in commodities.
Installation of Gill Broking is a breeze. You can download the Setup files from Gill Broking website (Download Page Section).
3) Using Gill Broking
To sign-in to Gill Broking Trading application
Note I) Login Passwords expire every 14 days, after which you will have to change to a new pastime you may want to change your password before they expire, to a more secure one.
ii) Transaction Passwords, on the other hand, do not expire.
Unlocking a Locked Terminal to unlock your Terminal you need to enter your login password in the Unlock Terminal form.
Market Watch Market Watch window is the primary window from which you can perform all your Trading activities. To add a new Market Watch window, you can Press F4 or accesses the Market Watch sub the Markets main menu.
You can Buy or Sell (place orders) by selecting a row in the Market Watch window and pressing ‘F1’ or ‘+’ to Buy and ‘F2’ or ‘-’ to Sell.
As stated earlier you can save the contracts that you have currently selected to Portfolio to a
‘Portfolio’ or load a previously saved ‘Market watch’ or previously saved ‘Portfolio’ or pre-defined Portfolio. (If Available)
A portfolio is a group of contracts that can be quickly loaded to the Market Watch window. To save to a Portfolio, press ‘Ctrl+S’ in the Market Watch window or right-click and select the ‘Save Portfolio option.
Customizing Grid Appearance, You can customize the colours and appearance of the Grid. Right-click on the grid and access the ‘Grid Settings’ option. This will invoke the window you have shown.
You can set the Back Color, Font Color and Font properties of Header (Title Row) and Content Rows.
-Specify whether you want the grid lines (Show Column Lines/ Show Row Lines) to be displayed or not and also the colour in and thickness at which it will be displayed.
– Specify the colour of Uptick and Downtick.
-Specify whether Resizing is allowed for both Rows and Columns (‘Both, Option), or only Rows or only Columns or None. Once you click on Apply the changes are applied TO Market Watch. If you click ‘OK’ the changes are applied, and the Settings form is closed. ‘Cancel’ will close the form and ignore any changes made.
This screen provides the user ease of viewing the product description varying from the market lot, tick size, tender date, delivery date, price multiplier etc.
Order Confirmation Once an Order has been sent to the Exchange, order. This message will be processed by Server and sent back to the client. Exchange acceptance or rejection message will be displayed in the Messages window as shown video.
Order Book contains all orders placed for a given client. This window can be invoked by accessing the Order Book option from ‘Books’ menu. Or the short cut key F3. Orders placed on the exchange are shown in the same book (grid).
Cancelling an Order
To cancel a pending or partly executed order, you have to similarly select the Order from the Order Book and click on the Cancel button. This will ask for a confirmation and after confirmation, the Order will be sent to Exchange.
Orders that get executed are notified by the Exchange as a Trade Confirmation Message. These messages are sent to the Client Terminal. When these messages are received, they are displayed in the Messages window. They are also updated to the Trade Book & Net Position Report.
Trade Book contains a list of all the Trades. One order can get executed in several small trades. Trade Booklists each and every one of these trades.
Net Position Report
Net Position Report shows the net bought/ sold a position in a contract. As soon as Trade Confirmation is received Net Position report is updated with the recent position. Also, the current rate is updated in the report and Marked-to Market profit/loss is computed and shown.
This option provides Net Position, Trade Book and Order Book on the same screen
Market Depth Market Depth window can be accessed from the Market Depth option of Markets menu. The shortcut key associated with Market Depth can be configured to any one of the following F6, F12, single click or double click. The settings can be done from the window.
Alerts help you take advantage of the knowledge of ‘Action’ happening in any given contract. Will give you a pop-up message, alerting you to initiate a buy/sell or square off.
Charts can be accessed from the Charts option of Markets menu. Similar to Market Depth the shortcut key associated with Charts can be configured to any one of the following single click or double click. The settings can be done from the ‘Other’ tab in the Preferences window. Chart form is discussed is video.
You can control the font, text colour, back colour, and colour for display UpTick and DownTick for the indices shown on the indices bar.
There’s no need to go to the browser to access exchange website links. A user just needs to click on the relevant option, and it will take him/her to that link.
Whenever an order is placed or cancelled, trade confirmation or any relevant messages related to order and trade will come in this window. In Gill Broking, we have provided a separate tab for Exchange Messages, Order & Trade-related confirmation messages, system messages and Disclaimer message.
It is a scrolling display on trading floors. The commodity ticker shows the last trade price list of all those contracts which are selected in your market. It is updated continually throughout the trading day.
How To Use Gill Broking Trading Software Complete Guide in Video
In this video, you can also learn how to do Payin & Payouts via Gill Broking trading software.
Download Gill Broking Trading Software here: https://www.gillbroking.com/downloads