Day traders are constantly monitoring price charts for quick movements, so we’ve made sure our platform is fully equipped with day trading tools, charts and order functionalities to help you execute trades with speed and efficiency.
Figure out entry and exit signals with our multitude of chart types and timeframes. Day traders often use a 15, 30 or 60-minute timeframe to spot trend changes and price discrepancies.
Simplify the day trading process and execute more trades at a faster pace with our one-click trading feature, which allows you to buy or sell an instrument with just one click, sending the order straight through for processing.
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Day trading is a short-term trading strategy that involves a trader buying and selling an instrument with the aim of closing out the position before the end of the day. This is in the hope that they will profit from small price discrepancies.
Day trading strategies can be used within any financial market but it particularly applies to the stock and forex markets, due to the high volume, liquidity and volatility that they carry, making it easier for traders to get in and out of positions quickly.
Read more information in our day trading guide.
Range of notification types
Push, SMS and email notifications for mobile ensure you receive trading alerts for important market events, price alerts or breaking news.
Keep track of your favourite watchlists and other data with live streaming data and performance measures so that you never miss a price move.
What software is best for day trading?
Our advanced software on our Next Generation trading platform has gained us the award for Best Web-Based Platform in the UK, as well as Best Mobile/Tablet features and Best Trade Execution by various sources*. Learn more about our trading platform.
Can I day trade on mobile?
Do day traders make a lot of money?
Day trading is a risky strategy that can pay off if successful, as you are essentially accumulating a large number of small profits throughout the day, which can add up. However, it’s important to always consider risk-management tools when day trading, such as setting stop-loss orders. This is because day traders often focus on highly liquid and volatile markets, meaning that price movements may jump or fall beyond what you expected, leading to potential losses.
What day trading tools can I use on the platform?
We have a wide range of trading tools available, including multiple chart types and timeframe options, technical indicators and draw tools, as well as our chart pattern scanner and client sentiment indicator. Watch our video tutorials for more information on how to use our day trading tools.