SSI Web Trading for equity market user guide

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SSI Web Trading for equity market user guide

Stop Order allows customer to sell stock at the defined price to protect gains or limit losses in the future.

  • Click on menu “Conditional Order” =>“Stop loss Order” 
  • Click on menu “Conditional Order” =>“Stop loss Order”
  • Click on menu “Conditional Order” =>“Stop loss Order”
  • Setting the lock in point for taking profit or cutting loss:
    • Take profit: the selling price is set higher than the average purchase price an absolute value or the percentage value.
    • Cut loss: the selling price is set lower than the average purchase price an absolute value or the percentage value.
  • Enter the “Effective date”: the customers enter the effective date of the selling order in the box named "From date", "To date" or click on the icon of calendar.
  • Select the button named “Place order” and enter the Pin code/token to confirm the order.

The screen will appear as below:

 

The trailing Stop order  will help customers to avoid the influence of emotions in investment decisions. Customers can buy stock with the price as cheap as possible or sell stock to protect gain in a continuously up and down trend of the market

The prices of Trailing stop Order:

  • Market price (MP): is the last matching price of the stock. In the case there is no matched order in the market, the market price will be the reference price.
  • Trigger Price (TP): is used for comparison with the market price to determine if the conditions of price of the order are satisfied or not.
  • Price order (OP): The price of the order which is sent to the stock exchange when the conditional order is met the condition

Trailing Stop Buy Order

This order will help customers to buy stocks with the price as cheap as possible in the prediction of a down trend market in order to maximize customer’s profitability.

For example: Customer set spread by absolute value (meaning the difference between purchase price and current market price) at 30.000VND/share. Supposed that market price reach 150.000 VND/share, trigger price will be determined as 180,000 VND/share. if market price continue falling to 70,000 VND/share, trigger price will be 100,000 VND/share. At this time, if the market suddenly surges, trigger price will remain at 100,000 dong/share.When market price reach 110,000 dong/share, trigger price will be 100,000 dong/share and buying order will be placed at trigger price of 100,000 dong/share (Buying order will be placed when market price is equal or exceed trigger price)

The screen will appear as below:

Click on “conditional orders” =>“Trailing stop order” => BUY

  • Enter the security code and the volume.
  • Click on “Absoluted - value interval” or “Spread in percentage”
  • Absoluted - value interval: the buying price is set higher than the market price a certain value
  • Spread in percentage: the buying price is set higher than the market price a certain percentage.
  • Enter the “Min price”: is the lowest value of trigger price. When the trigger price is adjusted lower than the min price, the order will be activated to send to the stock exchange with the min price.
  • Select the button named “Place order” and enter the Pin code/token to confirm the order.

The screen will appear as below:

Trailing Stop Sell Order

This order allows customer to protect their potential profit when the market price goes up.

For example: Customer set spread by absolute value (meaning the difference between current market price and trigger price) at 30.000VND/share. Supposed that market price reach 100.000 VND/share, trigger price will be determined as 65,000 VND/share. if market is in uptrend and market price of share reach 155,000 VND/share, trigger price will be 120,000 VND/share. If the market suddenly falls down then, the market price down at 120.000 VND, trigger price will remain at 120,000 VND/share(equal to the current maket price). At this time, the selling order will be place at trigger price of 120.000 VND/share (Selling order will be placed when market price is equal or below trigger price)

The screen shows the Trailing stop sell order:

Click on “conditional orders”=> “Trailing stop order”=> SELL

  • Enter the security code and the volume.
  • Click on “Absoluted-value interval” or “Spread in percentage”
  • Absoluted-value interval: customers set the selling price which is lower than the market price a certain value
  • Spread in percentage: customers set the selling price which is lower than the market price a certain percentage value
  • Enter the “Max price”: is the highest value of trigger price. When the trigger price is adjusted higher than the max price, the order will be activated to send to the stock exchange with the max price..
  • Enter the “Effective date”: the customers enter the effective date of the selling order in the box named "From date", "To date" or click on the icon of calendar.
  • Select the button named “Place order” and enter the Pin code/token to confirm the order.

The screen will appear as below:

This function helps customers to check and manage information and status of the order completely. Customers can look up information of the orders by stock code, type of the orders, the status of the order, the placing time of the order etc.

Click on menu “Conditional Order”=> "Order Management". The screen will appear as below:

Status of the Conditional Order:

  • Wait for reaching conditions: the order has been sent to the SSI system, but has not been sent into the HOSE/HNX because it was not met the conditions such as the effective date, the prices, etc.). Customers can cancel or amend their orders.
  • Wait for sending order: the order has met the conditions of the effective date, it is in the queue to send to the stock exchange once the other conditions are reached (conditions of price, stock balance, cash balance, etc.). Customers can cancel the condition order.
  • Sent to stock exchange: the order has met all the conditions of the effective date, price, stock balance, cash balance, etc. and has been sent to the stock exchange. If it is not matched, customer can cancel it.
  • Matched/Partial cancel: When the order has been matched partially and the remaining has been canceled successful.
  • Partial matched/Wait for full matched: The order was matched partially. Customer can cancel the remaining.
  • Matched: the order has been matched enough the placed volume. Customer can not cancel the order.
  • Cancelled: the order has been successfully canceled.

Status of the real order

The arising orders: When the conditional orders reaches all the conditions (price, the effective date, etc.), it will arise a real order sent to the stock exchange. The nature of this order is the same as a common order.

Customers can check the status of arising orders by two ways:

Method 1: Click on the menu "Transactions" to "Order Status"

The screen is as follows

Method 2: Go to the menu "Condition Order"=>"Order Management" => click on the link “view” at column named "order arising".

The screen is as follows:

The status of the arising orders:

  • Pending matched: The order has been sent to the stock exchange but not matched. Customer can cancel this order.
  • Partial matched: The order has been matched partly, waiting for full matching. Customers can cancel the remaining.
  • Matched/partial cancel: The order has been matched partly, the remaining has been canceled.
  • Cancel: The order has not been matched and successfully canceled
  • Matched: The order has been full matched
 

Edit the conditional order

Regulation of editing the condition orders:

  • Only conditional orders which are in the status “Wait for reaching conditions” are allowed to edit
  • Can not edit the type of conditional orders
  • Customer can edit the type of buying or selling order; stock code; volume; price and other parameters of that condition order.

Edit the condition order

Go to the menu “conditional order" >> "Order Management” >> click on the EDIT button in the column named “action”; the edit screen will be shown on. Customers enter the edited information, click on "Edit" and enter the pin code/token to confirm the corrected order

The screen is as follows

Cancel the conditional order

To cancel conditional orders, customers open the "Order Management" screen of the menu "Conditional Orders" as follows:

  • You only can cancel the order with the status of “Wait for reaching conditions” or “Wait for sending order”
  • Go to the menu “Conditional order" => "Order Management" and click to the CANCEL button, the screen will be shown on. Customers enter the pin code/token to confirm the cancel order.

The screen is as follows:

Note: The order cancelation from the screen "Order Status" is only effected on the arising orders, not the conditional orders. The conditional order can arise many other arising orders in many days basing on the conditions that customers configured.

 

You can monitor the information of stocks and amount that you bought/sold in the latest three trading days.

Cash Balance

Display your cash balance that you can buy securities and wait-to-receive amount after selling securities.

Term Explanation:

- Available Cash: the money can be used to buy securities
- Withdrawable Amount: the actual amount may be withdrawn.
- Payment: total buy amount to be paid for buying securities (not including transaction fee).
- Cash in the settlement cycle: selling and buying amount from T1 to T3
  • T + 1: 1 day to come to settlement day
  • T + 2: 2 days to come to settlement day
  • T + 3: 3 days to come to settlement day
- Sold Amount: Total Selling Amount within a day (not including transaction fee and tax)
- Bought Amount: Total Buying Amount within a day (not including transaction fee)
- Debt: overdue

Stock Balance

  • Display information about securities code:
  • Available Stock: show the total number of securities that investors can trade
  • Due Information: waiting to send/receive stock in the latest three trading days.
  • Current market value of these stocks
  • Current stock’s estimated gains/losses by Dong and by percent

 

This function allows you to view all orders for three months

  • Click on “Portfolio Management” button => “Order History”
  • The screen will appear as below:

Term Explanation:

  • Total (Buy) = Matched volume * Matched Price + Transaction Fee
  • Total (Sell)  = Matched volume * Matched Price - Transaction Fee – Tax
 

Steps to confirm orders:

Step 1: Customers access screen Portfolio Management -> Order History/ Order Confirmation

Step 2: Customers choose orders to confirm 

  • Screen will display the default account, however, customer cans change to another account by typing on the ithem “Account No”.
  • Customers can choose one or more to confirm at the same time. The system allows customer to confirm maximum 50 orders/page.

Step 3: Confirm chosen orders

  • After checking all information, Customers enter Pin/Token code and then click on the button “Confirm” to send your request or “Close” to cancel confirmation.
  • Confirmed orders will be moved to the status “Signed”. Customers can view orders in the past by changing the item "Confirmation status”

 

 

This allows you to view your debit information and detail of payment:

  • Click on “Portfolio Management” button => “Debit Information”
  • The screen will appear as below:

 

This allows you to view your cash transaction statement for three months

  • Click on “Portfolio Management” button => “Cash transaction statement”
  • The screen will appear as below

 

This allows you to view your cash transaction statement for three months

  • Click on “Portfolio Management” button => “Stock transaction statement”
  • The screen will appear as below:

Term Explanation:

  • Available Stock: Sellable stock
  • Restricted stock: Non-sellable stock
  • Right stock: include stock dividends, stock rights, and bonus stocks.
  • Registered stock: Stocks deposited at SSI but not yet sellable
  • Total: Total number of sellable stocks in the account.
 
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