Reading between the lines in your question, you don't seem sure about this. I'll go over the whole screen and hopefully it will make sense.
A quick google reveals that you're trading the SPYX ETF which tracks the price of a basket of fossil fuel companies. They'll tend to be a proxy for the combined price of natural gas, coal and oil. Personally, I would check to see if one of these prices dominates the others - there's no point keeping an eye on the coal price if an oil company makes up three-quarters of the fund.
On the next line down, you have a SELL with a green dot on it. The order you're placing is a short, i.e. you want the price to go down. Your position size is 5. No currency is given here so I would assume 5 of whatever currency your account is in per one cent movement in the EFT price. Let's say dollars for simplicity.
Next along is 'STP LMT'. You're placing a stop-limit order with a stop of 58.00 and a limit of 58.00. The GTC means "Good 'til Cancelled".
The stop-limit order means that when the price moves below 58.00 the order becomes a limit order. The limit of 58.00 means that the price has to be at or move below 58.00 to be executed. See https://www.investopedia.com/terms/s/stop-limitorder.asp and I would double check the documentation for your platform for the exact details of how that works with them.
On top of that, the box below is attaching two additional orders to the first. These will only become orders if the main stop-limit order is executed.
The first line is the LMT (a normal limit) order at 57.00. If the price drops to or below 57.00 the trade is closed and you'll bank around $500 profit (depending on slippage).
The second line is the STP (a normal stop) order at 59.00. If the price increases to or above 59.00 the trade is closed and you'll lose around $500 (depending on slippage).
If either the STP or LMT orders are executed then the trade is closed and the one that wasn't executed will be cancelled.
The box at the very top (BID MID ASK) seems to be allowing you to determine which price you're using for the order. In this case, you've taken the default MID price. As this is an ETF I wouldn't expect the BID or ASK price to get very far from one another, but if the market moves really fast it's possible.