You had made your deposit, then it is time to ‘Trade’.

First, Open your AxeHedge app and go to ‘Stocks’.

Next, search for your desirable stocks. 

In this example, let’s take a look at at Disney. After searching, choose the one your wish to invest in. For example, there are stocks that are listed with similar names such as Alphabet Inc Class C (GOOG) and Alphabet Inc Class A (GOOGL). 


You will later divert to a stock of your choice, and click trade. After that, enter your 6-digit trading pin.

You will come across trading page which 

First, choose either to  ‘Buy’ or ‘Sell’ position. 


Next, enter the quantity you wish to buy or sell. For buy position, do ensure you have deposited sufficient money to complete the task, while for sell- ensure the amount is equivalent to or less than the number of stock units in your portfolio. 


After that, choose your order type, either market (price as per market) or limit which it is by filling the price you wish for the order to offset. 


Finally, select trade.

To facilitate the trade. ‘Enter Your 6-digit Trading Pin’.


After trading had been executed, you can view the trade on ‘View All Order’, if the transaction had been matched. It will be reflected on ‘Trade History’. If you choose to trade on ‘ limit order’, it might take some times for the order to be matched. Thus, you can view the order in ‘Pending’.

Once it had been fulfilled, it will be reflected in your portfolio.

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