With Mizar, you can manage all your active positions (on different exchanges) from one single place. No more lost profits!
To access your open positions, click on DCA BOTS/POSITIONS in the main navbar or visit this page.
You’ll get access to your open positions.
To filter your positions, simply manage your filters by clicking on the dropdown menus at the top. What you can filter:
Bot Name: the name of the bot associated with the position.
Exchange Key: the exchange key associated with the position.
Base Asset: the base asset of the position. If the pair is BTC/USDT (Long), then BTC is the base asset.
Quote Asset: the quote asset of the position. If the pair is BTC/USDT (Long), then USDT is the quote asset.
In the table, you can see different information about the positions.
Side: can be Long (buy) or Short (sell).
Volume: the number of assets bought or sold.
Safety Orders: the current number of Safety Order that has been opened, in relation to the maximum amount of Safety Orders that can be opened by that bot. See here for more information about DCA bots.
Return: the actual status of the position. See the end of this tutorial for more information.
Price: the current price. If the position has a stop loss, the stop loss price will be shown. This is the price at which the position will be closed to limit your loss.
PnL: the unrealized Profit & Loss of the position.
Duration: the amount of time the position has been open for.
Settings: the function to manage your position.
The result column is one of the most important indicators of your position. Here is where you understand the current status of the position and see what will be done next.
The result is composed of a power bar that can go in two different directions, depending on whether the current price is higher or lower than the average price at which the position has been opened.
Avg: this is the average price of the position. Example: The bot opened a base order of 0.1BTC at $25,000, and then a Safety Order at 0.1BTC at $20,000, then the average price is $22,500.
TP: this represents the Take Profit target price.
SO: this represents the next Safety Order price.
Based on your position status, you will be able to see extra information about the actual results.
If your position is in profit, then the take profit price will be shown below, as follows.
If your position is at loss, then the next Safety Order price will be shown below, as follows.
If your position is at loss, and your last Safety Order has been hit, the following will be shown.
Trailing: if the position is in trailing mode, the following will be shown.
Stop loss: if the last Safety Order price has been opened and the stop loss is active, the following will be shown.
If your DCA bot positions has a missing order, read this article.