Rataran has always placed a limitation on the insertion of orders, both as regards opening and closing, and for conditional orders (Take Profit and Stop Loss).
In order to be accepted by the system, conditional orders must be placed above the maximum or below the minimum of the last 60' recorded by the instrument to be used.
These are dynamic values, which consider the evolution of the security in the time frame of the last 60'. Therefore, they are not regulated time intervals, but they refer to the 60' prior to the analyst's request for price.
Below there is a brief guide on how to place orders in compliance with these feature.
A numerical example to better understand what is indicated in the previous paragraph, both in the case of Long and Short orders on the security.
To buy the security in the image you have two possible combinations: buy below the value shown in the box 'Minimum Price (1 hour)' = <5.235 or a purchase in the breaking of the maximums, entering a price higher than the maximum shown in 60' in the box 'Maximum price (1 hour)' => 5.245.
To open a SHORT position, the combinations must be reversed.
The situation does not change when entering a conditional order of Take Profit or Stop Loss. Below there is the explanatory image:
Within the two gray boxes next to Take Profit and Stop Loss you can see the minimum and maximum prices of the last 60', which provide a reference for the analyst. In the case of amendaments of a previously entered price, after deleting the value from the box the reference time value will appear.