To search for a strategy, visit the Mizar marketplace. You can do it by clicking on the Strategy button on the left bar or by visiting this link.
Each card represents a different strategy. In the card you can visualize the main general information of the strategy, such as name, trader, tokens traded, exchanges supported, market (SPOT or FUTURES), and the returns of the last 30 days.
Hover over the specific strategy cart to be able to click STATS in the top right corner. This way you will access the strategy performance page, where you can visualize more advanced statistics and analytics.
Here you can visualize the returns of the last 30 days and of the last 12 months. Check here how performance is calculated in the marketplace.
Strategy Name: The name of the strategy set by the trader.
Exchanges: The exchanges where the strategy can trade.
Trading Pairs: The pairs which a strategy can trade. IMPORTANT: By trading on a defined exchange, you will be able to trade ONLY the pairs supported by that exchange.
Market: The market where the strategy can trade. The market can be SPOT or FUTURES, depending on the strategy and the exchanges supported.
Side: The side defines which kind of positions the strategy will open. If the strategy is LONG, it will open long (buy) positions only. If the strategy is SHORT, it will open short (sell) positions only. If the strategy is LONG/SHORT, it can open long or short positions.
Creation Date: The date on which the strategy has been published in the marketplace.
Fee: The performance fee which has to be paid to the trader at the end of the month. Check our fee system here for more info.
About the Strategy: The description of the strategy set by the trader.
DCA bot Settings
If the strategy is a DCA bot, you'll be able to visualize its main settings.
Take Profits: The percentage at which the position will be closed and the gross profits will be taken.
Stop Loss: A stop loss can be set optionally. If the price moves against you too much, then the stop loss activates and closes the position to prevent further losses. The stop loss will only activate after all safety orders have been hit and are calculated based on the average price. For example, if the average price after hitting all safety orders is 100 USD and the stop loss is 10%, then the stop loss is set at 90 USD and will activate when the price drops below that.
: The strategy can have a trailing take profits setting. In this case, when the take profit target has been hit, the position will not be closed immediately. The bot will track the position with a deviation percentage, for example, when the take profit percentage is 5% and the trailing deviation is 0.5%, then the bot trails the position at 4.5% profits. If the profits keep increasing, then the trailing profit target increases as well, but if the profits decrease then the trailing profit stands until the trailing take profit target is hit. The goal of trailing take profit is to maximize the position's profit and capture big price movements without taking profits too early.
DCA Safety Orders
If the strategy is a DCA bot, you'll be able to visualize its main Safety Order stats over the last 30 days.
Here you can visualize which Safety Order level has been hit for each closed position, relative to the total number of positions closed, in the last 30 days. In this example, 43% of the closed positions have not been hit any Safety Order, 44% of the closed positions have hit the first Safety Order, and so on.
30D Trades Performance
Worst Trade: the most underperforming closed position returns over the last 30 days are calculated as P&L divided by the position size.
Best Trade: the most performing closed position returns over the last 30 days calculated as P&L divided by the position size.
Av. PnL per trade: the average returns per trade over the last 30 days.
30D Top Traded Pairs
The most traded pairs, in volume. In this example: 4% of the total traded volume over the last 30 days comes from FTT/USDT closed positions.