Limit entries for bots

This feature will allow you to set Bid / Ask / Last price for the limit entries. You could also select the price deviation from the signal of entry.

The fixed trading amount for bots

Now your bot can use the fixed amount for trading and would you leverage to make sure that the amount that you inputted would stay constant. [FTX and Deribit only]

Multiple entries (pyramiding)

Multiple entries - is the ability to scale into the position if you have several signals in the same direction. Example: If your bot triggered the Long entry and then after some time the signal repeats itself you will have an additional entry if this feature is available. This will be displayed as another strategy in your position tab.

Exit All

If the option is enabled, then one exit alert will exit all open positions for the corresponding side. For example, 3 OPEN-LONG positions will be closed by one CLOSE-LONG alert. Note: When the option is disabled Take Profit and Stop Loss are required!

Swing Trade

Swing Trade - If your strategy in the futures market relies only on Enter Long and Enter Short signals and you want to trade both ways using only the entries please enable this feature.

This feature will tell the bot that as soon as it will receive the signal in the opposite direction it will close the current position and will open the same position in the opposite direction. Example: You long 100 contracts. As soon as the enter short signal is triggered the bot will sell 100 contracts (closing the initial position) and then sell another 100 to open the short position.

Swing Trade also works with multiple entries, and the signal in the opposite direction will work as a global exit signal (Exit All). Example: You are opening a long position with a fixed amount of 100$. Then you receive another 3 long signals and your overall long position becomes 400$. When the first Enter Short signal will come in, the bot will close all your long positions (sell 400$) and will open short positions of 100$ (Your initial bot settings).

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