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Executions lists

The Trading page contains all your real trading executions and information about them.
In the Summary table you can find information about:
  • total result from all executions in percentage or in USD
  • number of executed trades (full trades with both open and close)
  • capital allocated for trading
  • your account balance.
The capital allocated for trading shows how much you have allocated in total for trading. It will be in red if the sum exceeds the account balance. In such case at some point some of your executions may lack enough capital to trade with. The execution that lacks balance will continue to run. It will try to buy again after short amount of time if the rules are still fulfilled.
To initiate execution of a strategy you have to start it from the Strategies page first. After that the execution will be in the Simulation or Real Trading Executions list. You can sort the tables by strategy name, trading pair, result %, or status. You can also filter by keyword in the name, pair, indicator or timeframe.
The Open Trade column shows if the execution currently has an open trade waiting for a sell signal. You can use the to place a manual buy with the set trading parameters. After there is an open trade in place of the there will be the current profit/loss of the open trade. Next to it is the manual sell button - . The bot uses the BID prices for the calculation of profit/loss percentages. It also includes the commissions for both trades (Buy and Sell). The commission depends on your exchange settings (generally it will be between -0.15% and -0.20%). The profit/loss is updated every 10 seconds and not on every BID change. The actual result after close of the trade may differ from the last shown profit/loss of the open trade. This can be due to the liquidity/volatility character of the traded coin, lag in the update of the result of the open trade, and etc. If you need to you can manually close the open trade by clicking on the . The sell will be executed with a Market sell order. Always use the button to manually close an open trade instead of selling the amount directly on the website of the exchange. Otherwise, the bot will try to close the trade according to the sell options. If there is enough balance in your account, it will sell it.
crypto trading bot - options and results of the executions
The Simulation page contains all your simulated executions.
The Simulation results do not correspond 100% to the real trading results. This is because the simulation does not place a real trade on the exchange. The bot uses BID prices and their volumes to simulate open and close of trades. However, the final open/close price can be determined only after a real completion of the order. This is because of unexpected market orders of other traders, “iceberg” orders, and etc.
With Simulation you can get perspective on how good are your stoploss, target, trailing target, time stop and other safeguards. You can duplicate your strategy and have multiple Simulations with different position sizes. This can give a good perspective on the best trading size that suits your needs and does not move the market.
crypto trading bot - real time simulations