Margin Account Trading Violations - Fidelity

Eyes on Crypto: Bitcoin ups & downs/Margin Trading Liquidation/More Craig Wright nonsense

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Question on margin trading liquidation price?

I cant seem to figure this out.

So lets say I have $5,000 and I am going 5x leverage, so i'm trading with $25,000.
Lets say 1 bitcoin is 25,000, so I buy 1 bitcoin for $25,000. After using a margin calculator, why am I getting liquidated at 21,000? Shouldn't I get liquidated at 20,000?

Also, Lets say price price drops to $23,000 and I sell. Bitcoin is down 2,000. Does that mean my account is down exactly 2,000 dollars now? I understand i would be down 2,000 if I wasn't leveraged, but since I am leveraged 5x am I actually down a different amount?
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Binance Executes First Margin Trading Liquidation

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#715458 Margin Trade liquidate error, Poloneix stole $15,000 from my wallet.

I had 500 Factom in my margin wallet, was about to start building a margin long, started with one 0.04 BTC bid on STR, this never went through and then suddenly everything is red and Poloneix want's to liquidate me, double check for any opens order, of which I find none, there's no order history,.. nothing!. Then I wanted to see if I can push it through (perhaps it's a visual error or something) so bought another 0.02 btc or STR on margin and closed it, then everything went as settlement fees. (350FCT vanishes and I can see that it was taken as settlement fees in my trade history) So 0btc (no trades) liquidated $15,000 of my assets. I'm a little worried about this as that is a massive portion of my holdings stolen from me, Please fix this Asap. I was told to tag @u/mike-poloniex Thank you.
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(My ticket #715285) Margin trade liquidate error stolen me 0.25 BTC

Margin trade liquidate error stolen me 0.25 BTC I've opened a short position in XRP with 0.1 btc and automatically show me the ALERT MARGIN CALL LIQUIDATE and all my btc gone.
Before i had 0.25 now 0.025 that is imposible, please Mike, help us.
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Trading with Bybit: Liquidation, Margin, and USDT Contracts

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Trading with Bybit: Liquidation, Margin, and USDT Contracts

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Trading with Bybit: Liquidation, Margin, and USDT Contracts

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Trading with Bybit: Liquidation, Margin, and USDT Contracts

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Margin\leveraged trading question - Margin call\position liquidation

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?
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Shouldn't we have a sticky post about the risks of margin trading (account liquidations)?

I mean a sticky megathread that includes the links to all the horror stories. Like the guy who lost 130 BTC (my God, 130 BTC!) because of a SINGLE bad trade.
I think having it as a sticky would serve as a daily reminder to all traders who ever contemplate of doing high risk trades just to recoup their losses or during highly volatile times. I know that every time I am contemplating of making something stupid I remind myself of a guy who got liquidated for $150,000.
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someone explain liquidation in a margin trade for me

I know this is a very basic question. But I can't seem to understand it.
Let's say you have 10 USD and buy 30 USD worth of crypto whose price is 1 crypto =10 USD using 3X margin.
The plan is to hold the leveraged position until the price goes up and then sell and realized the leveraged gain. if the price goes to 15 usd per crypto then instead of making 5 bucks in profits, I actually make 15 bucks in profit because of the leverage.
But if the price goes down by 5 bucks per crypto, my leveraged position is now worth 15 bucks.
And if the position were to be liquidated, what happens to my money? The exchange just wants the cryptos back, correct? So they will sell the crypto at 5 bucks per crypto and get their crypto back.
But do they also keep the money from the trade? Or do I keep the money, which in this case 15 bucks.
Sorry for such beginner question. Hope someone can clarify
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what happens if I get liquidated during a margin trade?

I guess this is very basic question. Let's say you have 10 usd in your account. Using leverage of 3X, yiou can buy 30 usd worth of a crypto to go long. And then if you think if your crypto has temporarily topped, you can sell the crypto to relaize your gains. correct?
But what happens if the crypto price drops, and the exchange liquidates your position?
For instance, you have 10 usd and bought 30usd worth of crypto. then the price drops, and if the exchange liquidates your position, do you lose all 30 usd worth of crypto? or do you lose just 10 usd?
i hope my question makes sense to someone.
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Margin Trading and Liquidation Questions

Hello,
I'm new to trading and I have a few questions about margin trading. I hope someone with more knowledge around this could share something.
I use bitfinex. I understand that there's a liquidation price for every position you make, which basically what they impose so that you could still be able to pay your borrowed money had the market go against your position.
Does liquidation mean that you will lose a percentage of all your assets across all wallets - exchange and margin for example. Or just that one you put on your margin wallet?
Another question is, does the stop order prevent you from being liquidated? As long as you put it before you hit the liquidation price?
For example, going long at price $100, you have your liquidation price at $50. Placing a stop order at $55 would get you some loss but not liquidate and touch all your assets.
Finally, any tips for a beginner trader would be appreciated :)
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Margin trading and liquidation price

Simple question : assuming I got a long position of 100 Coins at a value of 10 USD. That mean a position worth 1000 USD.
As long as I have at least 150 USDT in my margin wallet (15% of 1000), I can never get liquidated, right? Even if the Coin price nears 0 USD and whatever that "liquidation price" indicates, right? (it would seem its computed assuming your whole equity being in the Coin you have a position of)
I want to protect myself against flash crashes.
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Shouldn't we have a sticky post about the risks of margin trading (account liquidations)? /r/BitcoinMarkets

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Margin trading - In a long margin position if i margin sell part of the position size, why & how do my base/liquidation levels change?

This is a question about the mechanics of margin trading on Bitfinex. If it doesn't belong here, i apologize.
If i have a losing long position on margin (for the sake of simplicity, let's say i'm at -20%, the leverage is 3x and the leveraged amount is 10 BTC), and i execute a margin sell (let's say i sell 5), the margin position decreases to 5 BTC. But together with this - contrary to my expectations - i'm not deducted half of the unrealized loss, only my base price increases and my liquidation price decreases.
Could someone explain why does it work this way, and what is the math behind this? How does the exchange calculate my new liquidation and base price levels?
Also: does this mean that until the margin position is equalled out to zero by margin sells, or by closing it, or by getting liquidated, the loss can be kept unrealized? (E.g. reducing the position to 0.1 BTC by more margin selling, getting a much lower liquidation price, and avoiding liquidation with a high probability)? If yes, what are the advantages and disadvantages of such a strategy?
Thanks!
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[uncensored-r/BitcoinMarkets] Shouldn't we have a sticky post about the risks of margin trading (account liquidations)?

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I mean a sticky megathread that includes the links to all the horror stories. Like the guy who lost 130 BTC (my God, 130 BTC!) because of a SINGLE bad trade.
I think having it as a sticky would serve as a daily reminder to all traders who ever contemplate of doing high risk trades just to recoup their losses or during highly volatile times. I know that every time I am contemplating of making something stupid I remind myself of a guy who got liquidated for $150,000.
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Margin trading - In a long margin position if i margin sell part of the position size, why & how do my base/liquidation levels change? /r/BitcoinMarkets

Margin trading - In a long margin position if i margin sell part of the position size, why & how do my base/liquidation levels change? /BitcoinMarkets submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Fulcrum, the DeFi margin trading and lending platform, launches with $750,000 in liquidity.

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@binance: [email protected]’s Latest Report Found Greater Capital Efficiency Owing to Margin Trading The latest Global Markets report from #Binance Research focuses on recent #crypto trends, Binance Futures and the impact margin trading has had on liquidity. https://t.co/JF5sRygxpL

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