UMSTEL web platform

We provide you with access to various international markets from a single account.

UMSTEL web platform is a modern and convenient terminal for trading CFD`s on American stocks. It has a usual classic interface, and grants you access to a wide range of modern analytical instruments and charts for successful trading.

  • Convenience and security of trading
  • Leverage up to 1:20
  • Minimum deposit amount — $1000
  • One click trading
  • 10000 CFD

    on stocks of American companies and investment funds (ETF)

  • All the rights of a stockholder

    Dividends, participation in splits, converted splits

  • Wide variety

    of instruments for technical analysis

  • Built-in constructor

    of trading experts for automized trading

Top-7 CFD On Stocks

Symbol Bid Ask Spread
1 Amazon.Com Inc 1673.15 1676 2.85 Sell Buy
2 Apple Inc 169.49 169.58 0.09 Sell Buy
3 Alibaba Group Holding Ltd 152.2 152.5 0.3 Sell Buy
4 Walt Disney Company 112.25 112.49 0.24 Sell Buy
5 Facebook Inc 144.65 144.96 0.31 Sell Buy
6 Boeing Company 326.9 328.59 1.69 Sell Buy
7 Tesla Motors 367.1 367.29 0.19 Sell Buy
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Trading conditions

10000 CFDs on stocks of American companies and funds

CFD On US Stocks
Leverage Up to 1:20
Commission 0.02 USD per stock
Minimum commission $2.00
Minimum order volume 1 stock
Maximum order volume 2 000 stocks
Financing cost for open position transfer 7%
Spreads starting from 0.01 USD
Trading hours (execution) 16:30-23:00 EET
Trading hours (position management) 24/7
Stop Out 20%
Corporate events Yes
The number of financial instruments exceeds 10000
Deposit Minimum 1000 USD


Umstel terminal — your direct access to American stocks market

Web-platform Umstel may be effectively used by mature traders and even beginners for trading with American stocks and funds. The terminal launches in every browser with any OS, on smartphones or even Smart-TV, wherever there`s access to the Internet. For a trader there`s: customized lists and ratings of instruments, impressive variety of indicators and charts for technical analysis, information output in multi-window mode, one click trading, — everything needed for convenient and successful trading.


  • Instruments rating (watchlists)

    You may use preset ratings of instruments or create your own. Preset ratings "Rising leaders", "Falling leaders" and "Trading volume leaders" are updated online. You may delete instruments or add new ones in customized lists.

  • Trading from the chart

    Pending orders and completed orders are automatically marked on the chart. It is even easier to use Stop and Limit orders using touchscreen of computer mouse.

  • One click trading

    Fast and secure management of positions makes trading with stocks even more convenient


Free constructor of trading experts

A special instrument for creating and testing experts is built in the Umstel terminal which makes it easier to use. The creation of such algorithms doesn`t require any experience in programming and allows to reduce the share of manual trading

Free

There`s no fee charged for using demo or real accounts on Umstel

Preset strategies

Built-in strategy presets are easy to customize depending on your trading style and your goals

Test your strategy

Umstel guarantees accurate results of testing. For long-range strategies there are rate archievs available with data from 1970

Technical support

Our 24h/7 Online-support is always eager to help you

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do I open an account?
    • Should you already have a FIBO Group Personal Cabinet, go to “My Trading Account / Open Account” and at this menu select the “Umstel Stocks” account, fill in the required fields, and hit “Open”
    • Should you not be a Client yet, we recommend you first sign up for a Personal Cabinet at the following link: mt.fibogroup.com/user/login#open
  • Is there a demo account?
    • You may open a free demo-account to test Umstel platform and your own trading strategies.
  • How do I sign into the platform?
    • The trading platform is available at the following link: fibogroup.umstel.com. Please enter the username and password you used when registering for your account to log into the platform. Please note! You will need to use the username and password you used during initial registration for each subsequent account you open.
  • How do I start trading?
    • Select the ticker of the required security in the Select Instrument window (e.g., FB - Facebook). In the list of instruments, a trading window will appear with the instrument which will allow you to choose the required number of CFDs, the type of order, as well as the type of trade (buy/sell) 
  • Example of a trade
    • Select Shares
      Let’s say you'd like to buy Facebook CFDs. The current price is $149.99/150.00
    • Select Strategy
      You'd like to buy 10 stock CDFs at the price of $150.00 in the hope the security increases in value. 
    • Commissions and Margin
      Your position is 10 x $150 = $1500,00.
      The commission on an opening trade is $2
      With 1:4 leverage, the margin on your securities would come to $1500 x 25% = $375
    • Closing a Trade
      So let's say the price of each of the stock rose to $160.00, and you’d like to sell them.
      The commission on a closing trade is $2.
    • Calculating Profit and Loss
      The difference between the opening and closing trades was $10 ($160-$150). When multiplied by the number of stock CFDs, the result is $10 x 10 = $100. This does not take commission into account.
      Net profit is $96 ($100 - $2 - $2).
      Should the value of the shares have fallen instead, to $145, then your losses would have amounted to $54.
    • Investment profit ratio
      Since the volume of margin is $375, and a possible loss is $96, the profit ratio per day shall be calculated as follows 96 USD / 375 USD = 25,6%
  • How much does financing cost?
    • Should you not sell stock CFDs on the day you bought them, then after the close of the trading session, financing charges will be assessed and placed on your trading position the next day.
    • Financing charges are calculated in the following manner:
      = the price of the security x the volume x % / 100 / 360
      where % is the Financing Fee of 7% (for long positions) and 7% (for shorts)
    • For Example:
      Suppose the stocks price of Facebook (FB) is 149,00(Bid)/150,00(Ask). Since Financing fees for both long and short positions coincide and amount to 7%, each day of 10 Facebook stocks ownership shall cost you:
      149.00 * 10 * 7% / 100 / 360 = 0.29 (0.2898) USD per day
      152.00 * 10 * 7% / 100 / 360 = 0.30 (0.2956) USD per day
      Please note! On Fridays, triple financing fee will be charged.
  • Order Types and definitions used in the platform
    • Market Order
      Buy or sell order at a current market price. Best execution price guaranteed by execution venue. The Requested Order price is not guaranteed.
    • Buy Limit Order
      Pending order to buy below the current market price. Trigger condition: the current Ask price is less or equal to declared order price. The Requested Order price is guaranteed. The Filled price better or equal to the Declared Price.
    • Buy Stop Order
      Pending order to buy above the current market price. Trigger condition: the last price is higher or equal to declared order price. The Requested Order price is not guaranteed.
    • Sell Limit Order
      Pending order to sell above the current market price. Trigger condition: the current Bid price is higher or equal to declared order price. The Requested Order price is guaranteed. The Filled price is better or equal to the Declared Price.
    • Sell Stop Order
      Pending order to sell below the current market price. Trigger condition: the last price is less or equal to the Declared Order price. The Requested Order price is not guaranteed.
    • Stop Loss Order
      Stop order to close a deal. Trigger condition: the last price reaches the SL level. The Requested Order price is not guaranteed.
    • Take Profit Order
      Limit order to close a deal. Trigger condition: the current Bid (for BUY deals) or the current Ask (for SELL deals) prices reach the TP level. The Requested Order price is guaranteed. The Filled price is equal or better then declared in TP.
    • Stop Out Order
      Stop order to close a deal. Trigger condition: Margin level less or equal to Stop Out Level.
    • Definitions
      Order Type - Market, Limit, Stop, Stop Loss, Take Profit, Stop Out.
      Order Status - Active, in execution (filling), filled, cancelled, rejected.
      Declared Order Price – the order price before the order triggered for execution.
      Filled Order price – the order price after the order has been filled.
      Last price – the price of the last executed transaction on the execution venue. Stock instruments indicate the last price on the financial chart.
      Deal – the result of an executed order. Any filled order opens or closes a deal.
      Deal status – open, closing, closed, trade.
  • Which Execution Rules exist in the platform
    • Stop or Limit order becomes active once created. Only active orders can be updated/canceled during open trading hours. All active orders can be found in "Active Orders" tab of account summary in the client’s trading platform.
    • Any order, satisfying one of the conditions below, changes the status to "Filling":
      • Market order submitted;
      • Stop Loss, Take Profit, Stop Out orders once created;
      • Stop, Limit order declared price triggered.
    • All orders with the status "Filling" can be found in Active Orders tab of account summary in the client’s trading platform until status changed by the system to "filled" or "rejected".
    • All orders with the status "Filling" automatically cancelled by the system at the end of every day.
    • When an order is executed, a related Deal is opened or closed at the Filled order price and the order status is changed to "filled".
    • When an order canceled by user or rejected by the system, the status of this order is changed to "canceled" or "rejected" accordingly.
    • All "filled", "cancelled", "rejected" orders can be found in Trade Blotter tab of account summary in the client’s trading platform.
    • All orders are executed only during instrument trading hours. Trading requests can be done only through the trading platform during trading hours. Trading requests outside instrument trading hours will be rejected. Trading hours:  09:30 - 16:00 (EST).
    • Commission generated by a Filled order increases the related deal commission every time when the deal is opened and closed.
    • In case the Account Margin Level is less or equal to 20% (Stop Out Level), the system sends Stop Out order(s) to close all opened deals. In case a Stop Out order is cancelled by the execution venue and the Account Margin Level is still less or equal to Stop Out level, the system sends Stop Out order(s) again.
    • Stop Loss, Take Profit, Stop Out or Market orders to close a deal with the status "Filling" change the related deal status to "closing". When the related order is "filled", the deal becomes "closed". In case the related order is rejected, the deal becomes "open" again.
    • All "open", "closing" and "closed" deals are indicated in Positions tab of account summary in the client’s trading platform.
    • At the end of day based on server time, all closed deals are converted into account currency and become trades in the client’s trading platform.
    • All trades along with balance transactions (Deposit/Withdraw) and cash dividends can be found in History tab of account summary in the client’s trading platform.
    • FIBO Group relies on the third party execution venues for prices and available volume, therefore execution of the client’s orders will depend on the pricing and available liquidity of the execution venues. Although FIBO Group executes all orders placed by the clients, it reserves the right to decline an order of any type or order could be declined by the execution venue.
    • Orders sent near the opening of trading. Please note that markets can be especially volatile near the opening of a trading session, with prices and available volume often changing rapidly and with data feeds from various markets potentially being slow or temporarily unavailable. FIBO Group cannot guarantee that orders sent near the opening of trading necessarily will receive the best posted price. You may want to consider the use of limit orders at the opening, although market orders should be used if you want a higher certainty of getting a fill.
  • Which Corporate actions exist in the platform?
    • Long Positions
      A client holding a long position on the ex-dividend date will receive the applicable dividend in the form of a cash adjustment, credited to the relevant trading account. Transaction can be found in History Tab in theclient’s trading platform - "Cash Corrections".
    • Short Positon
      A client holding a short position on the ex-dividend date will be charged the applicable dividend in the form of a cash adjustment, debited from the relevant trading account’s free equity. Transaction can be found in History Tab in the client’s trading platform - "Cash Corrections".
    • Dividends procedure
      Cash dividend transactions debit/credit account balance on ex-dividend day at 15:00 server time. Transaction can be found in History Tab.
    • In case of Long position Cash Dividend Amount is:
      Dividend per stock * Volume
      where:
      Volume = Contracts * Contract size
    • In case of Short position Cash Dividend Amount is:
      (-1) * Dividend per stock * Volume
      where:
      Volume = Contracts * Contract size
    • Stock splits
      In the event of a stock split, the appropriate adjustment on the client’s position shall be reflected on the trading account in accordance with the announced stock split.
    • Split procedure
      Splits procedure runs on the server every day at 15:00 server time. During the procedure all active pending orders (Limit, Stop) for related stock will be removed.
      Weighted average price and sum volume are calculated separately for all open deals in short and all open deals in long of an instrument and are assigned as new open price and new volume for the deal with maximum volume for long and short deals accordingly. In case a deal receives fractional stocks, such stocks will be liquidated for cash transaction – "Split cash correction". Volume of other deals for related instrument will be reset to 0 and moved to History Tab.
    • Fractional stock adjustment
      In the event a corporate action results in a fractional position, FIBO Group reserve the right at its own discretion to credit the outstanding fractional component as a cash adjustment to be credited to the client’s trading account.
    • Other Corporate Actions
      In the event of a stock being de-listed, merged, acquisitioned, tendered, spinned-off, the client’s position will be closed at the last market price traded.
      FIBO Group bears no responsibility for notifying the client regarding announcements of corporate actions.

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