Beginner’s Guide to Cryptocurrency Margin Trading

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China improves margin trading, short selling rules

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Bitcoin margin trading, short selling startup gets funding

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Can I margin trade/short bitcoin on Bitfinex with only a btc balance in my trading wallet?

I only have btc and want to short with leverage, and the margin trade page doesn't do anything when I click margin sell with a high limit as a test - no active order shows up and I don't get any error.
In my mind system should sell my btc and borrow any additional btc needed for leverage through btc swaps at the best available rate, that is what I'd expect. If I have 1 btc in my trading wallet I should be able to margin sell 2 btc because of 2:1 leverage. If the price of btc drops by about around half minus fees, I get liquidated.
When using fiat to margin sell with leverage, it looks like Bitfinex automatically picks up USD swaps at the best rate automatically. It is unclear when/if those swaps expire. Do I have to buy btc swaps manually when leveraging with a btc trading balance instead of fiat?
If buying btc swaps manually, what if I choose a swap with a 2 day range but end up needing to hold the short for 3 days? What if the swap range is 30 days but I don't need it after I am done shorting in 3 days, will I have to pay interest on the remaining days? This part is confusing and I haven't been able find the necessary information by googling.
Edit:
There was an error message, "Not enough balance". I just missed it. I entered a lower btc amount and it worked. Need sleep after yesterday's late night rally.
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Margin trading: how much to repay?

Just playing around with margin trading (shorting) for the first time, but seems I always come up short with the repay amount.
1 - I click sell, borrow, select amount all good
2 - When I want to buy back what I owe I click the 'repay' button which gives the amount of coin I need to repay.
3 - I copy this into the buy field and buy them with the 'repay' option checked.
First off, the 'repay' option doesn't seem to do anything, I always have to click the 'repay' button and pay manually. Secondly I don't seem to have the required of coins to amount to repay. I assume this is due to fees(?), but if so, how can I buy the required amount including fees? Surely there is a simple way to do this I'm missing!
Thanks
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The MUST DO's and DONT's of Leverage/Margin Trading (Plus a Short Intro on Margin Trading)

The MUST DO's and DONT's of Leverage/Margin Trading (Plus a Short Intro on Margin Trading)

Let's quickly describe what trading using leverage means.
Let's say you have $100 in BTC and want it to grow in terms of SATs (small pieces of a BTC). You don't have money to buy more BTC but want to try to predict if the price will go up or down.
So you take that $100 and decide to trade using leverage, 1-100x. For this example I'll use 10x. If you are using 10x leverage your $100 gives you access to $1000 in trading $$. If the price of BTC is $8,000 and you go "long" because you expect the price to go up, you have a position worth $1000 in BTC now open 'long.'
Because you only 'own' 10% of the money you are using to buy/sell BTC if the price of BTC drops 10% you are liquidated (whole position lost). However, similarly if BTC goes up 10% your $100 becomes $200. Leverage can work very well in your favor or against it. For this example of BTC at $8,000 if BTC moves $800 in either direction you lose the whole position, or gain 100% (and all the small incremental %s in between). Once the position is ready to be closed you ALWAYS pick "limit" and enter a price, even if higher than the actual price because the fees for "market" orders are usually 5x the price.

NOW THE LIST of to DO's and DONT's of Leverage Trading
  1. ALWAYS USE LIMIT ORDERS, the fees for market orders are MUCH higher.
  2. ALWAYS set the stop limit (where it sells automatically) $2 away from your actual liquidation point, if liquidated the fees are MUCH higher, like $50 vs $5.
  3. PATIENCE is a virtue. If you enter a position and it goes the wrong direction for an hour, STOP watching it. Enter the position, the point of selling (limit order) if it goes UP or DOWN, and walk away. Your anxiety will NOT impact the price.
  4. Buy or go long on major dips into support, sell or short on major pumps into resistance.
  5. Fade what your "instinct" tells you to do. The whole world has that same 'instinct.'
  6. Understand 100x is basically gambling, 50x too, but they can provide immense returns (or losses).
  7. Long positions on BTC ALWAYS make more than short positions. This is because if you long BTC and the price goes up, you have more BTC at a higher price. If you short it, and it goes down, great now you have 2 BTC instead of 1 but the price is 30% less. You make more with 2 BTC when the price is 30% higher (in terms of USD).
  8. Emotionless. You will loose AND win trades. Understand what you risk you MAY loose also understand how to profit similarly.
  9. Stick to under 10x leverage unless you want a real gamble (it's exciting though).
  10. DM any questions!
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Looking into algo trading in Indonesia. Would appreciate some local advice.

I've written a market neutral strategy for IDX stocks. I'm intending to do this as a side gig, so I'll need to set up the brokerage account myself. (I have an Indonesian-native friend who can legally open an account.)
Three questions:
1) Is there a clear leader for automated trading brokerages in Indonesia? Who has the best API? I'm less concerned with commissions than with ease of implementation -- my holding period is around 4 weeks (ie I'm not attempting HFT).
2) From what I can tell, margin trading/short selling is limited to a list of around 145 stocks. Is that very strict or are there ways around it that would allow me to trade a larger universe?
3) Is my friend risking significant legal trouble by opening an account for a foreign national and allowing me to trade in it? We're close. I'm not trying to screw her over and I'm going to be trusting her with a large amount of money (like 10-100k USD). She may invest her own money in the strategy after I've built a track record, but initially it will be all mine.
Thanks. I'm perhaps willing to pay for someone's time if anyone here happens to already be involved in algorithmic trading. Also open to other forms of mutually beneficial collaboration. Reach out if interested.
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The MUST DO's and DONT's of Leverage/Margin Trading (Plus a Short Intro on Margin Trading)

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Uh... Ok, So I am new, trading in a practice portfolio on Wallstreet survivor. Why is my margin -? I have shorted three TSLA stocks, but why is my margin negative?

I started with 100k, I now have 99,990 (from the fees), and my Margin is -332,335. Why?
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The MUST DO's and DONT's of Leverage/Margin Trading (Plus a Short Intro on Margin Trading)

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The MUST DO's and DONT's of Leverage/Margin Trading (Plus a Short Intro on Margin Trading)

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The MUST DO's and DONT's of Leverage/Margin Trading (Plus a Short Intro on Margin Trading)

Let's quickly describe what trading using leverage means.
Let's say you have $100 in BTC and want it to grow in terms of SATs (small pieces of a BTC). You don't have money to buy more BTC but want to try to predict if the price will go up or down.
So you take that $100 and decide to trade using leverage, 1-100x. For this example I'll use 10x. If you are using 10x leverage your $100 gives you access to $1000 in trading $$. If the price of BTC is $8,000 and you go "long" because you expect the price to go up, you have a position worth $1000 in BTC now open 'long.'
Because you only 'own' 10% of the money you are using to buy/sell BTC if the price of BTC drops 10% you are liquidated (whole position lost). However, similarly if BTC goes up 10% your $100 becomes $200. Leverage can work very well in your favor or against it. For this example of BTC at $8,000 if BTC moves $800 in either direction you lose the whole position, or gain 100% (and all the small incremental %s in between). Once the position is ready to be closed you ALWAYS pick "limit" and enter a price, even if higher than the actual price because the fees for "market" orders are usually 5x the price.
NOW THE LIST of to DO's and DONT's of Leverage Trading
  1. ALWAYS USE LIMIT ORDERS, the fees for market orders are MUCH higher.
  2. ALWAYS set the stop limit (where it sells automatically) $2 away from your actual liquidation point, if liquidated the fees are MUCH higher, like $50 vs $5.
  3. PATIENCE is a virtue. If you enter a position and it goes the wrong direction for an hour, STOP watching it. Enter the position, the point of selling (limit order) if it goes UP or DOWN, and walk away. Your anxiety will NOT impact the price.
  4. Buy or go long on major dips into support, sell or short on major pumps into resistance.
  5. Fade what your "instinct" tells you to do. The whole world has that same 'instinct.'
  6. Understand 100x is basically gambling, 50x too, but they can provide immense returns (or losses).
  7. Long positions on BTC ALWAYS make more than short positions. This is because if you long BTC and the price goes up, you have more BTC at a higher price. If you short it, and it goes down, great now you have 2 BTC instead of 1 but the price is 30% less. You make more with 2 BTC when the price is 30% higher (in terms of USD).
  8. Emotionless. You will loose AND win trades. Understand what you risk you MAY loose also understand how to profit similarly.
  9. Stick to under 10x leverage unless you want a real gamble (it's exciting though).
  10. DM any questions!

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Stabledex Features

Non-Custodial Trading stableDEX.io facilitate wallet to wallet transactions and thus do not hold user assets. At all times, both the Maker and Taker maintain full custody of their funds within their wallet which resides on the Ethereum blockchain. Benefit: At all times, you as the Maker and Taker maintain full custody and control of your funds within your wallet which resides on the Ethereum blockchain.
Automated Trading and Market Making stableDEX.io will provide a real-time web socket API enabling cutting-edge capabilities for automated trading. Benefit: You can build and connect your personal trading algorithm and trading strategy thanks to a real-time advanced web socket API.
Asset Manager Tool stableDEX.io is developing a non-custodial tool and institutional crypto wallet technology which enables you as an Asset Manager to trade your client’s crypto assets without having custody of your client’s wallets.
Transaction Mining The users can obtain STDEX through the Mining mode of "Transaction Mining". Every user reaching a trading volume of worth USDT 1 million within a 30 days period receives 100 STDEX.
Benefit: Receiving STDEX enables you to reduce your transactions fees. Use Case 1: You trade 1mio USDT and paying in 0.15% in currency equals 150 STDEX which means that you reduce your trading fees by 67%. Use Case 2: You trade 1million USDT and paying in 0.05% in STDEX equals 50 STDEX which means that you earn 50 STDEX in that period.
Margin Trading Short selling and margin trades allow investors to achieve superior risk management with their portfolios. They also increase market efficiency for the underlying asset by helping in price finding and allowing individuals to express more complex opinions on price.
https://stabledex.io/
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Stabledex Features

Non-Custodial Trading stableDEX.io facilitate wallet to wallet transactions and thus do not hold user assets. At all times, both the Maker and Taker maintain full custody of their funds within their wallet which resides on the Ethereum blockchain. Benefit: At all times, you as the Maker and Taker maintain full custody and control of your funds within your wallet which resides on the Ethereum blockchain.
Automated Trading and Market Making stableDEX.io will provide a real-time web socket API enabling cutting-edge capabilities for automated trading. Benefit: You can build and connect your personal trading algorithm and trading strategy thanks to a real-time advanced web socket API.
Asset Manager Tool stableDEX.io is developing a non-custodial tool and institutional crypto wallet technology which enables you as an Asset Manager to trade your client’s crypto assets without having custody of your client’s wallets.
Transaction Mining The users can obtain STDEX through the Mining mode of "Transaction Mining". Every user reaching a trading volume of worth USDT 1 million within a 30 days period receives 100 STDEX. Benefit: Receiving STDEX enables you to reduce your transactions fees. Use Case 1: You trade 1mio USDT and paying in 0.15% in currency equals 150 STDEX which means that you reduce your trading fees by 67%. Use Case 2: You trade 1million USDT and paying in 0.05% in STDEX equals 50 STDEX which means that you earn 50 STDEX in that period.
Margin Trading Short selling and margin trades allow investors to achieve superior risk management with their portfolios. They also increase market efficiency for the underlying asset byhelping in price finding and allowing individuals to express more complex opinions on price.
https://stabledex.io/
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StableDex (STDEX)

Receiving STDEX enables you to reduce your transactions fees. Use Case 1: You trade 1mio USDT and paying in 0.15% in currency equals 150 STDEX which means that you reduce your trading fees by 67%. Use Case 2: You trade 1million USDT and paying in 0.05% in STDEX equals 50 STDEX which means that you earn 50 STDEX in that period.
Margin Trading Short selling and margin trades allow investors to achieve superior risk management with their portfolios. They also increase market efficiency for the underlying asset by helping in price finding and allowing individuals to express more complex opinions on price.
https://stabledex.io/
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Can you short with Margin Trading instead of using Futures?

I know I can make a short contract on futures
I know I can borrow 5x on margin lending and go long to increase by usd profits
Can you also go short on margin trading and increase your usd profits?

I am interested in BTC - USDT trading pairs. I have 5x in USDT leverage
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MARGIN

Its kind of hard to make money when there are only 3 coins on the entire exchange that are green over the last 24 hrs. Please, please, add margin trading. Shorting in the current market would just be straight $$$.
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StableDex Benefits

Many Crypto Trading Exchanges offers bunches benefits and privileges for them to attract investors and stays with them for a long run of trading. StableDex don't wanna get left behind by offering traders benefits that they don't wanna regret having them on in their trading experience.
Some are the listed benefits of StableDEX.
Non-Custodial Trading stableDEX.io facilitate wallet to wallet transactions and thus do not hold user assets. At all times, both the Maker and Taker maintain full custody of their funds within their wallet which resides on the Ethereum blockchain.
Benefit: At all times, you as the Maker and Taker maintain full custody and control of your funds within your wallet which resides on the Ethereum blockchain.
Automated Trading and Market Making stableDEX.io will provide a real-time web socket API enabling cutting-edge capabilities for automated trading.ng
Benefit: You can build and connect your personal trading algorithm and trading strategy thanks to a real-time advanced web socket API.
Asset Manager Tool stableDEX.io is developing a non-custodial tool and institutional crypto wallet technology which enables you as an Asset Manager to trade your client’s crypto assets without having custody of your client’s wallets. For further information, please contact us at: [email protected]
Transaction Mining The users can obtain STDEX through the Mining mode of "Transaction Mining". Every user reaching a trading volume of worth USDT 1 million within a 30 days period receives 100 STDEX.
Benefit: Receiving STDEX enables you to reduce your transactions fees. Use Case 1: You trade 1mio USDT and paying in 0.15% in currency equals 150 STDEX which means that you reduce your trading fees by 67%. Use Case 2: You trade 1million USDT and paying in 0.05% in STDEX equals 50 STDEX which means that you earn 50 STDEX in that period.
Margin Trading Short selling and margin trades allow investors to achieve superior risk management with their portfolios. They also increase market efficiency for the underlying asset by helping in price finding and allowing individuals to express more complex opinions on price.
Benefit: You have added purchasing power through leverage of your assets and can purchase more assets than the value of the available cash in your wallet.
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Whitepaper: https://stabledex.io/download/Whitepaper.pdf
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Short Video - Short Selling and Margin Short Selling on Margin Short Video - Margin - Getting Started - YouTube Complete guide to margin trading on Binance - YouTube Short position on margin trading - explicación fácil

So if you have 1000 USD in your margin wallet, that 1000 USD will serve as collateral for opening margin positions to a maximum of 5:1. ie a margin position with a USD value up to 5000 USD. Assuming a BTC price of 250 you would be able to open a long or short margin position of 5000 / 250 = 20 BTC Margin trading and short selling were banned in China until March 2010, when a list of 90 stocks was selected as pilot stocks to lift the leverage ban. Since then, during our sample period, the list of eligible stocks has been extended five times to around 950 stocks. Thus, relevant stocks experienced a positive shock in the level of leverage Any securities bought in a margin account are held in the broker's street name, and the margin agreement usually gives the broker the right to lend the securities out for a short sale. Margin trading is governed by the Federal Reserve, and other self-regulatory organizations (SROs), such as the New York Stock Exchange and the FINRA. Margin trading lets you amplify your gains from market swings, allowing you to execute more complex, active trading strategies. With the power of Kraken’s advanced trading engine, you can use leverage to go long or short on a variety of cryptocurrencies by up to 5x -- you’ll have five times the earning potential compared to a regular spot Minimum margin is the initial amount required to be deposited in a margin account before trading on margin or selling short. more. Margin Account Definition and Example.

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Short Video - Short Selling and Margin

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