Web platform R Trader

Access to all global markets from a single account.

Multi-asset terminal R Trader combines cutting-edge technologies and a classic design taken to a completely new level. No more unnecessary software and updates – get access to all global financial markets via a web terminal in a familiar web browser.

  • Convenient and easy-to-use
  • Initial deposit is 100 USD
  • Stocks leverage is up to 1:20
  • "Advanced" watchlists
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    More than 8,700 instruments

    Indices, Cryptocurrencies, CFD on US, DE and Swiss stocks, Forex, and ETF.

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    Corporate actions support

    track splits, merges, get dividend payments etc.

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    "Buy & Hold" trading strategy

    for traders, who aim for long-term prospects of the global economy leaders.

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    Trading robots builder

    free and very useful tool
    for automated trading.

Trading Conditions

More than 8,700 stocks, Indices and ETFs on bonds, securities, commodities, etc.

  • Leverage
  • Commission
  • Minimum Commission
  • Minimum Order Volume
  • Maximum Order Volume
  • Financing Fee (Leverage More Than 1:1)
  • Financing Fee (Leverage 1:1)
  • Spreads
  • Trading Time (execution)
  • Trading Time (requests)
  • Stop Out
  • Corporate Actions (mandatory)
  • Corporate Actions (voluntary)
  • Number of trading instruments
  • Swap Free (Only 1:1 Leverage)
  • US Stocks CFDs

    • LeverageUp to 1:20
    • Commission0.015 USD per share
    • Minimum Commision1.5 USD
    • Minimum Order Volume1 share
    • Maximum Order Volume2,000 shares
    • Financing Fee (Leverage More Than 1:1)- 7%
    • Financing Fee (Leverage 1:1)0%
    • SpreadsFrom 0.01 USD
    • Trading Time (execution)13:30 - 20:00 (UTC)
    • Trading Time (requests)24/7
    • Stop Out20%
    • Corporate Actions (mandatory)Applied
    • Corporate Actions (voluntary)-
    • Number of trading InstrumentsMore than 8,400
    • Swap Free (Only 1:1 Leverage)
       
  • German Stocks CFDs

    • LeverageUp to 1:20
    • Commission0.09%
    • Minimum Commision2.8 EUR
    • Minimum Order Volume1 share
    • Maximum Order Volume2,000 shares
    • Financing Fee (Leverage More Than 1:1)- 7%
    • Financing Fee (Leverage 1:1)0%
    • SpreadsFrom 0.000 EUR
    • Trading Time (execution)08:00 - 16:30 (UTC)
    • Trading Time (requests)24/7
    • Stop Out20%
    • Corporate Actions (mandatory)Applied
    • Corporate Actions (voluntary)-
    • Number of trading InstrumentsMore than 150
    • Swap Free (Only 1:1 Leverage)
       
  • Swiss Stocks CFDs

    • LeverageUp to 1:20
    • Commission0.10%
    • Minimum Commision7 CHF
    • Minimum Order Volume1 shares
    • Maximum Order Volume2,000 shares
    • Financing Fee (Leverage More Than 1:1)- 7%
    • Financing Fee (Leverage 1:1)0%
    • SpreadsFrom 0.00 CHF
    • Trading Time (execution)08:00 - 16:30 (UTC)
    • Trading Time (requests)24/7
    • Stop Out20%
    • Corporate Actions (mandatory)Applied
    • Corporate Actions (voluntary)-
    • Number of trading InstrumentsMore than 15
    • Swap Free (Only 1:1 Leverage)
       
  • Cryptocurrencies

    • Leverage1:1 or 1:10
    • Commission0.30%
    • Minimum Commision0.01 USD
    • Minimum Order Volume0.001
    • Maximum Order Volume1,000
    • Financing Fee(Leverage More Than 1:1)- 20%
    • Financing Fee (Leverage 1:1)0%
    • SpreadsFrom 0
    • Trading Time (execution)24/7
    • Trading Time (requests)24/7
    • Stop Out20%
    • Corporate Actions(mandatory)-
    • Corporate Actions (voluntary)-
    • Number of trading Instruments9
    • Swap Free (Only 1:1 Leverage)
       
  • Forex

    • LeverageUp to 1:200
    • Commission15 USD per 1 million base currency
    • Minimum Commision-
    • Minimum Order Volume1,000 (0.01 lot)
    • Maximum Order Volume10,000,000 (100 lots)
    • Financing Fee (Leverage More Than 1:1)Variable
    • Financing Fee (Leverage 1:1)-
    • SpreadsFrom 0
    • Trading Time (execution)00:15 - 23:59, Monday - Friday
    • Trading Time (requests)24/7
    • Stop Out20%
    • Corporate Actions (mandatory)-
    • Corporate Actions (voluntary)-
    • Number of trading Instruments50
    • Swap Free (Only 1:1 Leverage)
       
  • Indices

    • Leverage1:100
    • CommissionVariable
    • Minimum Commision1 USD
    • Minimum Order Volume1 contract
    • Maximum Order Volume100
    • Financing Fee(Leverage More Than 1:1)-3%
    • Financing Fee (Leverage 1:1)-
    • SpreadsFrom 0.5
    • Trading Time (execution)Variable
    • Trading Time (requests)24/7
    • Stop Out20%
    • Corporate Actions (mandatory)-
    • Corporate Actions (voluntary)-
    • Number of trading Instruments9
    • Swap Free (Only 1:1 Leverage)
       
  

Together with R Trader you will achieve your investment goals

Even the most sophisticated investors will find a lot of options and features in R Trader platform to satisfy their requirements and demands. Unique watchlists, multiple windows, and a countless amount of viewing methods – all these things are intended to provide as convenient trading conditions as possible. Traders have an opportunity to enjoy the fastest charts in the industry and advanced tools of technical analysis from anywhere in the world in any browser.

Personal customization

  • Watchlists

    Be more efficient in managing your investments with the help of custom and system watchlists. Necessary instruments can be added to custom watchlists or removed from them, and system watchlists, such as Top losers, Top gainers, Volume leaders, are updated in real-time.

  • Trading from charts

    Active orders and deals are synchronized with charts automatically. Placing and managing Stop and Limit orders are always easy, whether that be touchscreen or "Drag-and-drop" device.

  • One-Click Trading

    This service allows you to enter positions fast and safely and makes trading operations more comfortable in order to save your time.

Free Automated Strategy Builder

The unique tool in R Trader terminal, which will allow you to build, run, and test your trading strategies. You will have an opportunity to create efficient trading algorithms with uncomplicated features and functionality to help you to reduce manual trading time. Using the strategy builder requires no programming skills or knowledge.

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    For free

    No matter how you trade, on real or demo accounts, no additional fees will be charged for that. R Trader is a cloud terminal, so your personal account and the strategies that are kept in it are always safe and secure.

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    Template Strategies

    Use template strategies – you can Edit, optimize, and run them to perfection. Using them, you will quickly understand how automated strategies are designed and then try to create your own.

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    Quick testing

    In comparison with similar methods, the one that is used in R Trader platform is faster and provides more accurate results. Historical data that goes back to 1970 is available for backtesting your long-term strategies.

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    Dedicated Support

    Our 24/7 online Live Support is always ready to help you in solving your issues.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • How to open an account in R Trader platform?

    1. If you already have a RoboForex Members Area, then log in and select "Open a R Trader-account" or "Open a Demo R Trader-account" from the "Live Account" menu. Fill in all fields and click "Continue" button.

    2. If you are not a RoboForex client yet, then you will have to register a Members Area. To do so, follow the link. Fill in all required fields of the registration form, get access to the Members Area, and follow the instruction in par. 1.

  • Can I open a demo account?

    Yes.

  • How can I log in to the trading platform?

    R Trader trading platform is available at the following address: https://rtrader.umstel.com/. To login to R Trader platform, you need to enter the account number and the password you created.

    Please note that the password for all R Trader accounts is set when you open the very first account of this type. In case you have several R Trader-based accounts in your Members Area, they will be accessed using this password and the corresponding account number.

  • What methods of deposit and withdrawal funds are available for me?

    Deposit & Withdrawal of funds from the R Trader account are possible through more than 20 payment systems, a complete list of which is available on the page "Deposit & Withdrawal Methods".

  • Why should I try R Trader’s platform?

    • 8,700+ instruments: Stocks, Indices, ETFs, Forex, Crypto
    • No market data fee. No monthly fee. No minimum volume requirements
    • All corporate events supported and handled by the system automatically
    • Strategy Builder. No programming skills required
    • Order management after and before trading sessions: place and modify Take Profit, Stop Loss, Limit, and Stop even when the market is closed, and they will be executed after the trading session starts.
    • You can chart two or more assets on the same chart for comparison.
    • See the potential margin impact and commissions for an order.
    • Linking scheme. Any instrument you click in the terminal linked with one or multiple charts. No need to spend time finding the instrument on charts.
    • Multiple chart layouts. Customize, save and use different trader's workspaces.
    • User Friendly and easy to navigate
    • Watchlist for faster navigation and reference
    • One click Trading, accelerated investments and avoid confirmations of each deal
    • Web Based: no download or installation needed
  • What is a financing fee (Interest)?

    At the end of each trading day, your open trading positions may be subject to a charge called a Financing Fee. The Financing Fee value, on which interest is based, may change from time to time without a prior notification to clients.

    • Financing fee = price х volume х Financing fee % /100/360
    • Twitter, 100 shares, buy, Financing fee = 25 х 100 х -7% /100 /360 = -$0.49

    Please note that on the night of Friday to Saturday the Financial Fee is tripled for Stocks, FX, Indices.

  • How to Trade Stocks on R Trader?

    Example of Buying Facebook Stock:

    1. Choose a particular asset.

    For example, you're interested in trading Facebook stocks. The price is currently 116.88/117.03 USD.

    2. Sell or buy.

    You choose to buy 50 stocks at the offer price 117.03, because you believe the market will rise (otherwise you could sell at the bid price 116.88 if you believe the market will fall).

    3. Commission and margin

    In this example, your total exposure is 50 stocks x 117.03 (buy price) = 5,851.5 USD.

    There is a commission: 0.02 USD per stock, minimum = 2 USD. Therefore, the commission for opening a position = 2 USD.

    The margin required on Facebook stocks is 5%, so to open this trade you would need to have 5,851.5 USD x 5% = 292.57 USD in your account (or the equivalent in other currency).

    4. Closing your trade.

    Over the course of the day, the market rises, and Facebook stock price is 132.52/132.67 USD. You choose to close your trade at the price 132.52. The commission for closing position = 2 USD.

    5. Calculating Profit/Losss

    Profit / loss is calculated based on the difference between your opening and closing prices, in points.

    In this case: 132.52 – 117.03 = 15.49 USD.

    You bought 50 stocks, and the market moved in your favor.

    Therefore, your gross profit is 50 * 15.49 = 774.5 USD.

  • Order Types and Definitions used in the Platform

    Market Order
    Buy or sell order at a current market price. Best execution price guaranteed by execution venue. The Requested Order price is not guaranteed.

    Buy Limit Order
    Pending order to buy below the current market price. Trigger condition: the current Ask price is less or equal to declared order price. The Requested Order price is guaranteed. The Execution price is better or equal to the Declared Price.

    Buy Stop Order
    Pending order to buy above the current market price. Trigger condition for FX/ Indices: current ask price is greater or equal to declared order price. Trigger condition for Stocks/ Crypto: last price is greater or equal to declared order price. Requested Order price is not guaranteed.

    Sell Limit Order
    Pending order to sell above the current market price. Trigger condition: the current Bid price is higher or equal to declared order price. The Requested Order price is guaranteed. The Execution price is better or equal to the Declared Price.

    Sell Stop Order
    Pending order to sell below the current market price. Trigger condition for FX/ Indices: current bid is less or equal to declared order price. Trigger condition for Stocks/ Crypto: last price is less or equal to declared order price. Requested Order price is not guaranteed.

    Expiration Time Availability (Buy Limit, Buy Stop, Sell Limit, Sell Stop):

    Good Till Cancelled - Order will be valid immediately after setting until cancelled.
    Day Order - Order will remain until the end of trading day, in which case it will be cancelled if not triggered.
    End of Week - Order will be valid till the end of the week, which is Friday.
    End of Month - Order will be valid till the last Business day of the month.
    Select Date and Time - Personal Preference of chosen validity.

    Stop Loss Order
    Stop order to close a deal. Trigger condition for FX/ Indices: current bid (for BUY deals) or current ask (for SELL deals) reaches the Stop Loss level. Trigger condition for Stocks/ Crypto: last price reaches the Stop Loss level. Requested Order price is not guaranteed.

    Take Profit Order
    Limit order to close a deal. Trigger condition: current bid (for BUY deals) or current ask (for SELL deals) reaches the Take Profit level. Requested Order price is guaranteed. Execution price is equal or better then declared in Take Profit.

    Stop Out Order
    Stop order to close a deal. Trigger condition: Margin level is less or equal to Stop Out Level.

    Definitions

    Order Type - Market, Limit, Stop, Stop Loss, Take Profit, Stop Out.
    Order Status - Active, in execution (filling), filled, cancelled, rejected.
    Declared Order Price – the order price before the order triggered for execution.
    Filled Order price – the order price after the order has been filled.
    Last price – the price of the last executed transaction on the execution venue. Stock instruments indicate the last price on the financial chart.
    Deal – the result of an executed order. Any filled order opens or closes a deal.
    Deal status – open, closing, closed, trade.

  • Which Execution Rules for Stocks exist in the platform?

    1. Stop or Limit orders become active once created. Only active orders can be updated/canceled during open trading hours. All active orders can be found in "Active Orders" tab of account summary in the client’s trading platform.

    2. Any order, satisfying one of the conditions below, changes the status to "Filling"

      2.1 Market order submitted;
      2.2 Stop Loss, Take Profit, Stop Out orders once created;
      2.3 Stop, Limit order declared price triggered.

    3. All orders with the status "Filling" can be found in Active Orders tab of account summary in the client’s trading platform until status changed by the system to "filled" or "rejected".

    4. All orders with the status "Filling" automatically cancelled by the system at the end of every day.

    5. When an order is executed, a related Deal is opened or closed at the Filled order price and the order status is changed to "filled".

    6. When an order is canceled by the user or rejected by the system, the status of the order is changed to "canceled" or "rejected" accordingly.

    7. All "filled", "cancelled" and "rejected" orders can be found in the Trade Blotter tab in the account summary in the client’s trading platform.

    8. All orders are executed only during the instruments trading hours. Order management after and before trading sessions: place and modify Take Profit, Stop Loss, Limit, and Stop even when the market is closed. They will be executed after the trading session starts.

    9. Commission generated by a Filled order increases the related deals commission every time when the deal is opened and closed.

    10. In case the Account Margin Level is less or equal to the Stop Out Level, the system sends a Stop Out order(s) to close all opened deals. In the case a Stop Out order is cancelled by the execution venue and the Account Margin Level is still less or equal to Stop Out level, the system sends Stop Out order(s) again.

    11. Stop Loss, Take Profit, Stop Out or Market orders that close a deal with the status "Filling" change the related deal status to "closing". When the related order is "filled", the deal becomes "closed". In case the related order is rejected, the deal becomes "open" again.

    12. All "open", "closing" and "closed" deals are indicated in the Positions tab of account summary in the client’s trading platform.

    13. At the end of the day based on server time, all closed deals are converted into account currency and become trades in the client’s trading platform.

    14. All trades along with balance transactions (Deposit/Withdraw) and cash dividends in the case of Stock trading can be found in History tab of account summary in the client’s trading platform.

    15. RoboForex relies on third-party execution venues for pricing and available volumes, therefore execution of the client’s orders will depend on the pricing and availability of liquidity at the execution venues. Although RoboForex executes all orders placed by the clients, it reserves the right to decline an order of any type or order could be declined by the execution venue.

    16. Orders sent near the opening of trading time: Please note that markets can be especially volatile near the opening of a trading session, with prices and available volume often changing rapidly and data feeds from various markets potentially being slow or temporarily unavailable. RoboForex cannot guarantee that orders sent near the opening of trading necessarily will receive the best posted price. You may want to consider the use of limit orders at the opening, although market orders should be used if you want a higher certainty of getting a fill. In case Take Profit or Stop Loss orders are rejected, Take Profit and Stop Loss levels are removed.

  • Which corporate actions exist in the platform when trading Stocks?

    Long Positions
    A client holding a long position on the ex-dividend date will receive the applicable dividend in the form of a cash adjustment, credited to the relevant trading account. Transaction can be found in History Tab in the client’s trading platform - "Cash Corrections".

    Short Positon
    A client holding a short position on the ex-dividend date will be charged the applicable dividend in the form of a cash adjustment, debited from the relevant trading accounts free equity. Transaction can be found in History Tab in the client’s trading platform - "Cash Corrections".

    Dividends procedure
    Cash dividend transactions debit/credit account balance on ex-dividend day at 15:00 server time. Transaction can be found in History Tab.

    In case of Long Position Cash Dividend Amount is:

    Dividend per stock * Volume

    where:
    Volume = Contracts * Contract size

    In case of Short Position Cash Dividend Amount is:

    (-1) * Dividend per stock * Volume

    where:
    Volume = Contracts * Contract size

    Stock splits
    In the event of a stock split, the appropriate adjustment on the client’s position shall be reflected on the trading account in accordance with the announced stock split.

    Split procedure
    Splits procedure runs on the server every day at 15:00 server time. During the procedure all active pending orders (Limit, Stop) for related stock will be removed.

    Weighted average price and sum volume are calculated separately for all open deals in short and all open deals in long of an instrument and are assigned as new open price and new volume for the deal with maximum volume for long and short deals accordingly. In case a deal receives fractional stocks, such stocks will be liquidated for cash transaction – "Split cash correction". Volume of other deals for related instrument will be reset to 0 and moved to History Tab.

    Fractional stock adjustment
    In the event a corporate action results in a fractional position, RoboForex reserve the right at its own discretion to credit the outstanding fractional component as a cash adjustment to be credited to the client’s trading account.

    Other Corporate Actions
    In the event of a stock being de-listed, merged, acquisitioned, tendered, spinned-off, the client’s position will be closed at the last market price traded.

    RoboForex bears no responsibility for notifying the client regarding announcements of corporate actions.

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