Futures are a type of derivative financial instrument that contains the purchase or sale of certain financial instrument commodities/assets between two parties at an agreed price, and an agreement for delivery in the future.

Futures describes in detail the quality and quantity of the assets traded. Plus these assets have also been standardized as trading facilities on the futures exchange.

The role of futures in the futures exchange is very important, where futures help market participants to protect their assets and benefit from fluctuations in price movements.

in the following I will explain some of the features in futures trading and how to use them

What does long short future mean?

LONG: If we predict a coin price will go UP then we place a LONG/BUY position

SHORT: If we predict a coin price will DOWN then we place a SHORT/SELL position

TP: Take Profit is if a purchased coin has made a profit when we end the trade at a predetermined price.

Example: LONG BTC at $34000 then we want to end the trade at $34500 in profit conditions.

SL: Stop Loss we set how much loss we are ready to lose, if one day the coin we buy reverses direction does not match what we have predicted.

Example: SHORT BTC at the price of $34000 and then the price goes up, so we will set the SL at $34500 which we are ready to lose or risk.

CL: Cut Loss is if a coin that is purchased loses then we don’t want to lose more then we immediately stop trading.

Understanding Using CROSS Mode

In reality, on average, all traders use crosses, seen from the profit side of far liquid numbers but if exposed to liquid numbers then our futures balance will be 0 but in using CROSS of course we need to use CUTLOSS numbers to avoid being hit by liquid numbers if the predictions are opposite.

In other words, cross where all assets in the account will be risked, and if we use 10% of total assets then our liquid will be far away.

Example: If once OP with a margin of $10 from the total assets of $ 100 then the remaining $90 will be the resilience of capital

Understanding Using ISOLATED Mode

You can use a certain percentage in trading but liquid numbers tend to be close to bad things when exposed to liquid numbers then the balance in our futures is only a percentage of what we trade that will be lost but of course to avoid getting hit by liquid numbers we need to play cutloss numbers

Isolated: Where the asset we risk depends on the margin we trade.

Example: If the total asset is $100 and we use isolated and then start trading with a margin of $10, then if we experience liquidation that is lost only $ 10 the rest of our assets are still safe.

Features in Futures Trading:

MARGIN: Is the value or number of assets that we trade, Use a max of 10% of our total assets.

Example: Total asset is $100 so use it wisely max $10

LEVERAGE: Is a multiple or loan from the margin value that we trade, this LEV amount usually starts from 1x-125x

*The higher the leverage, the higher the risk!

OP: Open Position is the opening or starting of the trade that we choose at the price we have set.

LIQUIDATION: Where the trade that we have opened experiences a margin call or 100% loss

LIMIT ORDER

A limit order is an order that you place on the order book at a certain limit price determined by you. When you place a limit order, the trade will only be executed if the market price reaches your limit price (or better). Therefore, you can use limit orders to buy at a lower price, or sell at a higher price than the current market price.

STOP MARKET

Similar to stop-limit orders, stop-market orders use a stop price as a trigger. However, when the stop price is reached, it triggers a market order instead (ignore the arrows)

TAKE PROFIT MARKET

Similar to take-profit-limit orders, take-profit-market orders use the stop price as a trigger. However, when the stop price is reached, it triggers a market order instead.

You can set a profit market order under the Stop Market option in the order entry field.

MARKET

market/ Market : A market order is an order to buy or sell at the best currently available price. It is executed against the limit orders previously placed on the order book. When placing a market order, you will pay a fee as a market taker.

TAKE PROFIT LIMIT

If you understand what a stop-limit order is, you will easily understand what a take-profit-limit order is. As with stop-limit orders, this involves the trigger price, the price that triggered the order, and the limit price, the price of the limit order which is then added to the order book. The main difference between stop-limit orders and take-profit-limit orders is that take-profit-limit orders can only be used to reduce open positions.

Take-profit-limit orders can be a useful tool for managing risk and locking in profit at a certain price level. It can also be used in conjunction with other order types, such as stop-limit orders, allowing you to have more control over your positions.

Please note that this is not an OCO order. For example, if your stop-limit order is hit while you also have an active take-profit-limit order, the take-profit-limit order remains active until you manually cancel it.

You can set a profit limit order under the Stop Limit option in the order entry field.

LIQUIDATION

When is your position at risk of liquidation?

Liquidation occurs when your Margin Balance falls below the required Maintenance Margin. Margin Balance is your Binance Futures account balance, including your unrealized PnL (Profit and Loss). So, your profit and loss will cause the Margin Balance value to change.

Maintenance Margin is the minimum value you need to keep your positions open. This varies according to the size of your position. Larger positions require higher Maintenance Margins.

You can find useful tools under the Position tab in the lower-left corner of the page. This helps you quickly track the current risk of your open positions being liquidated. If your Margin Ratio reaches 100%, your position will be liquidated.

When liquidation occurs, all your open orders are cancelled. Ideally, you should track your position to avoid automatic liquidation, which comes with additional costs.

If your position is on the verge of liquidation, it may be helpful to consider closing the position manually instead of waiting for automatic liquidation.

in this article I will explain how to keep the risk from being liquidated

There are several rules that we must apply if we want to keep the risk of being liquidated. Here I will explain these features and how to implement them.

1. Maintain risk margin

2. Using cross mode

3. Place stop loss and take profit

4. Entry in the right area

1.Maintain risk margin

For those of you futures players, please remember the importance of maintaining margins to deal with corrections that can occur at any time.

Avoid excessive open positions (overlot) because of the risk of being exposed to liquidation, the application of money management is very important and the risk vs rewards ratio must be clearly measured.

Throw away the thought you can get rich overnight (entry leverage and large size), but think you can lose everything overnight.

Trade is not just buying and selling like gambling that hopes for luck, but everything has calculations, management and keeping your emotions in check so that you can still make consistent profits, that’s much better and liberating.

Example :

our capital is 100$

use margin  2$ – $5

Use 10x -30x leverage  

when others are happy profit 100% at 125x

Just the same you profit 10%

enter 2% -6% of the funds entered prepetually and keep the margin below 3% !!!

Don’t be tempted by big roi!

But be tempted by the daily profit which is very little rekt !!!!

2.Using Cross Mode

In reality, on average, all traders use crosses, seen from the profit side of far liquid numbers but if exposed to liquid numbers then our futures balance will be 0 but in using CROSS of course we need to use CUTLOSS numbers to avoid being hit by liquid numbers if the predictions are opposite.

In other words, cross where all assets in the account will be risked, and if we use 10% of total assets then our liquid will be far away.

Example: If once OP with a margin of $10 from the total assets of $ 100 then the remaining $90 will be the resilience of capital

3.Place Stop loss and Take profit

STOP LOSS

Advantages of installing Stop Loss:

1. Measurable and well-managed loss

2. Can be left to sleep soundly / not worried

3. Capital is not stuck so you can open positions again if there is a chance

4. Mentally strong, dare to cut loss

5. Trading is more objective and unemotional than having a big loss

6. …and many others.

So. In the futures market, you must use a stop loss. Let’s be a smart trader. Consistent profit

TAKE PROFIT LIMIT

If you understand what a stop-limit order is, you will easily understand what a take-profit-limit order is. As with stop-limit orders, this involves the trigger price, the price that triggered the order, and the limit price, the price of the limit order which is then added to the order book. The main difference between stop-limit orders and take-profit-limit orders is that take-profit-limit orders can only be used to reduce open positions.

Take-profit-limit orders can be a useful tool for managing risk and locking in profit at a certain price level. It can also be used in conjunction with other order types, such as stop-limit orders, allowing you to have more control over your positions.

Please note that this is not an OCO order. For example, if your stop-limit order is hit while you also have an active take-profit-limit order, the take-profit-limit order remains active until you manually cancel it.

You can set a profit limit order under the Stop Limit option in the order entry field.

4.Entry in the right area

future strategy buy area support trend & buy after breakout

buy limit at trend support & buy immediately if trend breakout.

Buy gradually (averaging) 2-3x.

TP 50% install in Area tp 1 & 2, 50% tp 3 & 4 if hit.

SL install in the plan area,

After going up to the tp 1 area, immediately install the TP in the buying area & go up but 2 pairs in the tp 1 area. DST !!

For example, if the price goes down, it’s already locking profit target 1.

SL remains installed and up if according to plan.

Remember!!! The market is not only controlled by technical levels such as Fibonacci, MACD-RSI and other technical analysis.

Crypto market is more controlled by millions of players from all over the world who react to economic events, ( Fundamentals )

Whales Game Follow the flow: as a guide to Check Market Cap and BTC Domination

Always use 2 directions Predict when to enter ALT (IDR/USD) and when to enter ALT-BTC

The relationship between BTC and ALT Pair BTC with MarketCap:

1. BTC dominance increases & Marketcap declines – ALTs Heavy Dump, BTC Down ️⛔

2. BTC dominance increases & Marketcap increases – BTC Faster Growth, Alts correction 5-10% or even more

3. Decrease in BTC Dominance and Decrease in Marketcap – BTC dump & Alts correction 5-10% even more

4. BTC dominance decreases and Marketcap increases- BTC uptrend and Alts pumps (Alts Party / alt season )

Either when the market is stable / unstable (BTC Up / Down) it is always mandatory to use STOP LOSS !!! (BTC dominance above 70% Risk for ALT-BTC)

It’s about Trading Plan, Risk Management and “Psychology” to sharpen our mental & goal to become a professional trader !!!

Stick with a Trading Plan that suits your trading character. Without it, it’s like an adventure without a map.

There is no 100% Plan Win Rate trading system and no one can know for sure the future market movements.

All are just possibilities & possibilities, and most likely that’s what we always follow (trade by trend) !!!!

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