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Shouldnt be these definitions the other way around?

PostPosted: Sun Nov 13, 2016 6:33 pm
by Marcello
This definitions are extracted form Indicore SDK 3 User Guide Help.

Shuldn't be the definition of AmountK the definition of Lot and vice versa?

Lot

Forex: The amount of the order expressed in the base currency of the instrument. For example, 20,000 for EUR/USD means that the amount of the order is 20,000 Euros, for USD/JPY - 20,000 US dollars, etc.

CFD: With CFD, the amount of the order is expressed in the number of contracts. For example, 5000 for SILVER means that this position is for 5000 contracts of SILVER.

AmountK

Forex: The amount of the order (in thousands) as specified by the FX Trading Station user. For example, 20 for EUR/USD means that the amount of the order is 20,000 Euros, for USD/JPY - 20,000 US dollars, etc.

CFD: The number of contracts (in thousands). For example, the position for 5000 contracts will display 5 in this field.

Re: Shouldnt be these definitions the other way around?

PostPosted: Tue Nov 29, 2016 4:28 am
by Georgiy
Hi Marcello,

Shuldn't be the definition of AmountK the definition of Lot and vice versa?

No, the definitions are correct.

Re: Shouldnt be these definitions the other way around?

PostPosted: Wed Dec 07, 2016 3:03 pm
by Marcello
Thanks