simple tool to calculate where the positions are liquidated. each color is a level of default leverage used on mex, eg. 10x,25x, and so on.
there is an offset input to adjust the levels horizontally, to make it easier to see in time where the positions got liquidated
I started this script as a joke for someone... finally appears it could be used for educational content
Let's talk about leverage and margin call
A margin call is the broker's demand that an investor deposit additional money or securities so that the account is brought up to the minimum value, known as the maintenance margin.
To be used alongside Slickator InsideBar Breakout AT CT_ for automated trading thie AlertsTrader.com's chrome extension.
An 'Inside Bar Strategy' as seen used and taught extensively by ChartGuys.com (A Huge YouTube Trading community). Here is an automatable version, you can have it for free!
This Script was coded by riskTrader aka @cryptoTrader_ for a ...
A simple visual representation of leverage implications in Bitmex.
Can be used as a guide to place stops or targets to as the chart tends to jump from one liquidation point to another, most of the time.
Different leverages can be selected.
If I made a mistake in the percentages, please let me know so I can correct it! ;-)
This is a simple script to aid with determining position size.
Inputs are the intended entry price, desired risk (expressed as % of account at risk), account value, and leverage factor.
To use the script;
1. Identify and update the entry price (yellow line on the chart)
2. Update with desired risk
3. Update with account size
4. Adjust the leverage value until...
First I want to WARN THAT YOU NEED A MINIMUM OF 30X LEVERAGE FOR THIS STRATEGY IN ORDER TO WORK.
THE REASON IS THAT THE SIZE IS CALCULATED BASED ON A VERY SHORT STOP LOSS LEVEL IN PIPS
UTILIZE IT AT YOUR OWN RISK
This is a daytrading strategy, that's suited for GBPUSD 1H timechart.
It a very simple strategy that utilizes 2 moving averages : a very fast...