Position Size: The sum of Base Orders and Safety Orders sizes.
Base Order Size (BO): It indicates the size of the first order when a new position is open. For example, if you swap 20 USDT for BTC, the base order size will be 20 USDT.
Safety Orders Size (SO): It indicates the size of the orders that are open when a particular condition is met (for example: when the price goes against your position). In this case, if you set a Safety Order Price Deviation at 2% and the BTC price drops by 5%, the bot will add a new order of 30 USDT and your position size will be 50 USDT.
Based on the Base Order input, you can simulate the total position size when all Safety Orders are open. You can see the expected position size (based on the trader's real performance of the last 30 days) and the Maximum Position Size when all the Safety Orders conditions are met and all the Safety Orders have been opened.
You can also see the Base Orders or Safety Orders probability (x-axis), based on the last 30 days´ actual trader's performance. For example 80% of all positions (in the last 30 days) have been closed with one single Base Order (position size: 20 USDT), 10% at Base Order + Safety Order 1 (position size: 50 USDT).