Forex Accounts & Demo Forex Accounts
A simple yet powerful web trading experience
Access the fxTrade web interface from popular internet browsers. Get easy-to-use professional trading features that offer you the power to tailor trading strategies to fit your individual needs for any given trade, at any given time.
OANDA fxTrade Practice accounts use the same interface.
Everything you need to trade, in one window
- Spreads are always shown in real time, with trades executed automatically and settled immediately.
- Place real-time market orders or limit orders with one click. Or, set detailed criteria: stop loss/take profit, trailing stops, or upper and lower bounds to prevent unwanted order execution in the event of a rapid market fluctuation.
- Update stop losses, take profits, and trailing stops by simply clicking on the graph.
- See your real-time account balance and Net Asset Value (NAV) at a glance.
- Use keyboard shortcuts to navigate quickly through charts and open trading windows.
- Analyze changes in currency exchange rates, review current trades, review past transactions, or issue buy and sell requests.
- Focus on different trading strategies by customizing the window by currency.
- Available in the following languages: English, Chinese (Simplified and Traditional), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish.
No software installation required
Access the fxTrade web interface whether you’re at work, at home, or on the road. There is no need for a dedicated trade station, and the Java interface requires no software installation.
It uses fully encrypted internet connections and can be run from any popular web browser connected to the internet. (OANDA fxTrade system requirements.)
Intuitive charting features
- Zoom in on short-term trends, or zoom out to see macro trends. Adjust graphing increments from seconds to days.
- See real-time rates and spreads plotted directly on the graph, in a variety of styles to suit your trading needs and motives.
- Identify patterns by adding technical studies, indicator charts, and trend lines.