TrailingCrypto order form explained.
Main Order Form
Order type selector
Quantity and Total
- Commonly there are two ways to specify the amount of currency need to be traded, Quantity and Total. Quantity tells the amount of quote currency need to be traded.
- E.g. for sell order once can specify the 10 XRP need to be sold.
- Similar to this, using Total one can be used to specify the amount of base currency need to be traded.
- E.g..1 BTC need to used to buy XRP.
- On the right side of both quantity and total has a percentage button (%). This means when it is pressed then the entered value will be treated as relative quantity rather an absolute. The relative quantity is calculated during the execution of an order.
- E.g. if one inputs 10% in XRP Quantity, then mean 10% of this total XRP balance will be used in final trade (exit trade).
Ask and Bid selector
- As we all are aware that any trade there are two prices, bid and ask. Bid price represents the price at which a buyer is willing to pay whereas ask price represents the price at which a seller is willing to sell. Nearly always there is some gap between these to prices.
- For every order type, bid and ask price are pre-embedded which refreshes automatically after a few seconds. On click of any of them, some common fields of the form automatically fill up e.g. stop price, conversion from total to quantity or vice a versa.
Offset (Trailing Orders)
Quick percentage coin fill
Sub Order in TP and SL
Demo (Paper Trade)
Trigger and Advance Option
This is used to define a multiplier factor for instant order. Instant order is custom made proprietary trailingcrypto order which tries to simulate market order and tries to fulfill the order in multiple attempts. Instant order first place a limit order on exchange at market price. If limit order doesn’t fulfill or partially fulfill, then TrailingCrypto cancels that limit order and place a new order with the lower price for a sell order and upper price for a buy order. Here instant multiplier comes in picture. Last limit price is multiplied with this factor and a new limit order is placed. This cycle will continue until the order is not fulfilled or 10 attempts (max retry limit) reached.
The formula used for:
- Instant Sell order = (Last Limit Sell Price) * (100 – instant multiplier)/100.
- Instant Buy order = (Last Limit Buy Price) * (100 + instant multiplier)/100.
For e.g., if the instant sell order is placed with the multipler factor at 1% and the current market price is $100. In this case, a first limit sell order is placed at $100, if its order doesn’t fulfill in 50 milliseconds, the limit order will be canceled and a new limit sell order will be placed at $99. This process will go in a loop until the order is fulfilled or 10 attempts reached.
Helps to prevent orders to execute in a highly fluctuating market. Using it one can add a delay in order execution once the market hits the stop price. If the price drops to or below the Stop Loss level, the system will wait for a specified amount of seconds. After that, it will do an additional check on the price:
- If the price still on or below Stop Loss level, the trade will be sold by Stop Loss;
- If the price rose back above Stop Loss level, the trade will remain open.
To select the trigger type either email or telegram.
Pick multiple public telegram channels.
Auto Detect Coin:
TrailingCrypto is quite intelligent and extract the quote currency form the message. So, quote coin will be auto-filled in order on a trigger message.
A comma-separated list of words which will be used to filter the email message. A message will be only considered if all specified words are present in the message. E.g, if the input is “profit, signal”, then a message will be considered trigger only if “profit” and “signal” is present.
Not Contains (Optional):
A comma-separated list of words which will be used to filter the telegram/email message. Suppose someone entered text “risk, short, loss”, then any telegram message containing these words will be filtered out.
NOTE: TrailingCrypto by default filter most of the non-signal message itself, so one can leave these fields empty.
Open Order Table
1. Pause: Will pause the order. This means the order will not able not execute even if the market hits the stop target hit. This almost equivalent to dead order which can resume anytime with the press of resume button.
2. Resume: Will resume order from pause state.
3. Force Exit: On press, the order will exit straight forward. Menas sell order will be immediately exited and buy order will be immediately filled.
- This is especially helpful in the panic situation.
- It is also helpful when one sees a sudden rise in profit and wants o exit that time.
- Similarly, if one sees suddenly drop in price and wants to immediately buy coin instead of waiting for trailing stop hit.
4. Cancel: Will cancel the order.