The total amount of capital in your wallet.
The percentage of your total capital you are willing
to risk in the trade.
A buying position that enables you to profit if the
price of the asset increases.
A selling position that enables you to profit if the
price of the asset decreases.
The proportion of your trade that will be paid for
with borrowed funds. I.e. if you are using 10x leverage, you will be 1/10 of the trade. If
you are using 25x leverage you will be funding 1/20 of the trade.
The price at which you enter the trade.
A price level you can set on a position which
will, once reached, close the trade and prevent any further loss.
The price at which you exit the trade. Can be referred
to as your take profit or "TP".
The capital you stand to lose if the given
stop loss is reached.
Margin is the portion of your own funds that you put
into a trade. Remember that depending on what margin mode you are using, your losses may not
be limited to this margin.
The size, or quantity, of the asset/coin (not
currency) for this position.
The forced closure of a trade due to the
available margin being used up, forcing the exchange to close the trade to stop losses and
Profit & Loss. Shows what you stand to gain or lose
with the inputs given.
Risk / Reward
The ratio of potential profit of the trade to
its potential loss.
Return on Equity (ROE)
The ratio of total profit to margin
increase of the price of the asset. This is determined by provided entry and exit prices.