I have been trying to find the answer to this for a while and no one seems to mention it. I have a few STR that i leveraged to buy more STR , so i technically borrowed bitcoins. Its a long position, now how do i close this position while keeping the coins ? suppose the current price is now double that of base price, how do i pay off the loan amount by selling some of the STR and keeping the rest in STR instead of getting all of it back in BTC.
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@cz_binance: RT @binance: It is recommended that Futures and Margin trading users with open positions re-assess their collateral balances prior to the start of trading to mitigate against any price fluctuations that may occur.
@binance: It is recommended that Futures and Margin trading users with open positions re-assess their collateral balances prior to the start of trading to mitigate against any price fluctuations that may occur.
Hi, I'm trading pretty small amounts of coins for some time now. I'm looking to get into margin trading, and Kraken's documentation confused me a little. I'd like to know for sure how "margin call" works. Simply put question is: if my position will go down and margin call happens, am I risking any more monay than I have on my account?
Can you sell your positions the next trading day with a margin account?
I’ve been trying to get a margin account for 3 weeks, I have respected the t+2 rule for unsettled and have over 2k and every thing else’s is good and check, but after 3 days of holding the settled cash I still can’t upgrade my account because it says it hasn’t passed 2 days. If I had a margin account I would have mas bank. There’s was times where I was up 2,700% on a option the next trading day but since I can’t sell because I would get a GFV, after that I took a 50% loss and my portfolio plummeted
@binance: (3/3) It is recommended that Futures and Margin trading users with open positions re-assess their collateral balances prior to the start of trading to mitigate against any price fluctuations that may occur.
Margin trading on Kraken: exactly what does opening and closing a leveraged position do?
Got a question regarding leveraged (margin) trading on Kraken. Suppose the current Bitcoin price is $5000 and I have $2500 on my account. I could just buy 0.5 BTC, but instead I would like to open a long margin position with 3x leverage. So I do New Order, Intermediate, set Leverage to 3, and I buy 0.5 BTC. What happens now? Is the $2500 reduced from my account balance, and 0.5 BTC added, and the trade remains in my 'Positions' tab? Or is it something else, to reflect that my 0.5 BTC is 'locked' in this margin trade while the position is open? Then suppose the Bitcoin price goes up by $500. Am I correct in thinking that my (unrealized) profit is now $750, because my position is 0.5 BTC at 3x leverage? Now suppose at this point I want to close the trade i.e. take profit. From what I understand I have then to do a counter trade, i.e. do a margin trade in the opposite direction. So in this case I margin sell 0.5 BTC (regardless of what leverage) and then what? Am I now left with $3250 and no BTC in my account, and no remaining open positions? PS. not taking trading fees into account here, obviously the actual numbers would be slightly less. And for simplicity I'm assuming market or limit orders here that are filled at the given example prices.
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Cannot understand crypto trading margin positions with different leverage?
I have a question related to margin trading :-
Lets say I buy 2 Bitcoins at $7,500 at 2x leverage.
I sell those 2 Bitcoins at $8,000 at 4x leverage.
How much did I make? If I had bought 2 Bitcoins at $7,500 4x leverage and sold at $8,000 at 2x leverage, how much would I have made? If I had bought 2 Bitcoins at $7,500 4x leverage and sold at $8,000 at 4x leverage, how much would I have made?
[Warning to anybody considering using Bitmax] Bitmax suspended trading on margin account with open positions for 36 hours
I'm gonna keep this short and post the google drive at the end of screenshots and whatever else. First time I lost 15k because support wouldn't close my trades when I lost access to my account and was waiting for 2fa reset. Fine, shitty system but still my fault for not having a back up. Second time there was a bug in their system in calculating my margin because i had a long and short open at the same time. They disabled my trading, I could not sell my asssets to reduce the leverage and fix the calculator. I begged and pleaded support for 2 fucking days to either unsuspend the account and let me sell the assets or for them to close my positions until they figure out whats wrong with my account. By the time it was fixed and I saw the message, I already went from a 60k usdt balance to 30k. At that point I didn't even fucking care and left the trade open to get liquidated. They even assigned me a direct contact account manager. Which is literally the only reason it was even fixed 36 hours later. The telegram support just kept telling me "wait" "I don't know" and variations of "add funds, fuck off". I have been a full time trader for 1 year as my source of income, I switched to bitmax from my secondary to my main exchange after not having problems for months. I regularly did 1m volume a week, and paid them 300-500$+ a month in margin interest. google drive : https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1zTdc11t3MKh49RHk7St_g7jQlK_vf__X?usp=sharing my account manager emails, support emails, telegram support convo, pictures of the account being disabled from trading, balances
Gold Trades Marginally Lower as Stage 1 Trial of Retroviral Drug Shows Positive Results
https://preview.redd.it/1a4wevgz3xv41.png?width=602&format=png&auto=webp&s=d4a0d7263cb70452e3e7c27e86d4b365f1d1843c The yellow metal is trading at 1711, marginally down by 0.06% as the investors’ hopes were lifted by the successful clinical trial of the antiviral drug Remdesivir. The drug has shown positive results in its stage 1 trial on the patients that were given the dose in the early stage of treatment. Furthermore, the bullion faces pressure as some economies around the world loosens the lockdown restrictions. Talking about the previous session, gold edged higher by 0.21%, snapping its three days losing streak to close at 1711.86 after the U.S was hit with dismal GDP figures. The U.S GDP shrunk by 4.8% for the first quarter of 2020 which exerted downwards pressure on the greenback. Later in the day, the U.S FOMC highlighted that the current lower interest rates will remain unchanged and the Fed will continue to purchase the treasury bonds to support the economy. Moving on, the number of coronavirus cases in the U.S has reached to 1,064,572 with 61,669 deaths. On the data front, the U.S will release a bunch of important economic data like Unemployment Claims Personal Spending and Chicago PMI that will draw investors’ attention.
Binance's monthly volumes continue to dominate. Launch of lending products, margin trading have helped Binance retain its position on the top as the exchange recorded a total volume of $28.45 billion in August.
In other words, margin trading allows traders to enter positions that are bigger than their starting capital, for example entering a position worth 2 BTC by posting 1 BTC as margin. In this example, we would say the user is trading at 2:1 leverage or “2x”. Traders can choose between a number of top cryptocurrency margin trading exchanges Margin trading allows you to buy more stock than you'd be able to normally. Your brokerage firm can do this without your approval and can choose which position(s) to liquidate. Margin Trading: In the stock market, margin trading refers to the process whereby individual investors buy more stocks than they can afford to. Margin trading also refers to intraday trading in India and various stock brokers provide this service. Margin trading involves buying and selling of securities in one single session. Over time, Overnight Position Management. When holding a position for more than one trading session, there are additional considerations futures traders must take into account. This is where initial margin comes into play, or the minimum account balance required to maintain a position of one contract (long or short) between trading sessions. When you margin trade, short-term price movements can force you to close a position and lose money. ON MARGIN TRADING AND TAXES: Margin traders are constantly making short-term capital gains and losses, and thus they are subject to the short-term capital gains tax (both its rate and the requirement to report trades and pay quarterlies
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