The spot portfolio is available at the top of the terminal under the Portfolio button. It presents an overview of your performance, provides data on your open positions, and also shows recent market movements. Basically, it lets you scan the market and manage your assets in one easy-to-manage place.
The top of the portfolio page presents information about your spot account:
The total value of your portfolio and the portfolio distribution pie chart shows the total value of the cryptocurrencies you hold in Bitcoin or USDT. To switch base currencies, use the "Show relative to" button:
The value of assets is calculated by the last market price of the cryptocurrency. If there is no direct trading pair (such as when showing the value of BCH in USDT), the conversion happens through BTC: If the last price of BCH/BTC is 0.06837 and BTC/USDT is 6,660, the rate between BCH and USDT can be calculated as the product of these figures (0.06837 * 6,660 = 455 USDT per BCH).
More detailed information about unrealized PL and yield calculation is provided here.
Market overview and the list of cryptocurrencies
Below the portfolio section, there is a table with the list of all cryptocurrencies available for trading on Xena Exchange as well as their daily and monthly charts and trend indicators.
This table allows you to compare the price actions of different currencies on a single page and gives information about your position in a given cryptocurrency.
Balance is your balance in the selected cryptocurrency. Note that this is your settled balance, not your available balance (it doesn't include holds for limit orders).
The Price change values and charts and the Price column show the dynamics of the cost of the selected cryptocurrency in your selected base currency (BTC or USDT). If there is no direct trading pair between the selected cryptocurrency and your base currency, a cross-rate through BTC is used (see the example above).
If you are holding cryptocurrency, Open Price will show the weighted average price of your purchases of that currency.
PNL shows the unrealized P&L (the approximate value of the gain or loss you'd realize if you were to sell all that currency at the market price right now). Keep in mind that this is only an indicative value, as it doesn't account for changes in the market situation, execution slippage, or commissions.
Trend power indicators
In the table with the list of cryptocurrencies, you can find the trend power indicators (they are also represented in the terminal). Trend power is a proprietary tool that uses three indicators – CCI, EMA, and RSI – to help you quickly generate new trading ideas.
CCI, EMA, and RSI are powerful technical indicators that indicate whether the asset is overbought or oversold and make signals based on this data. The CCI and RSI indicators are called “oscillator indicators.” As with other oscillators, if the value is below the oversold threshold, a buy signal is generated. If it is above the overbought threshold, the signal is to sell.
EMA is used to produce buy and sell signals based on crossovers of the moving average and the actual price of an asset. A buy signal is generated if the EMA is below the last price, and a sell signal occurs when the EMA is above the last price.
All indicators are calculated in five different time frames: 5 minutes, 15 minutes, 1 hour, 2 hours, and 1 day.
The resulting trend power is calculated as the difference between the number of buy and sell signals over the total number of indicators:
Disclaimer: Any signals and indicators presented on the platform, including trend power signals, are based on technical analyses and are predefined algorithms that use the history of prices, the state of the order book, and other reference information as defined. These tools should not be used without a thorough market analysis. No tools can guarantee future profits or predict the movement of markets with absolute precision. The results of trend power algorithms do not constitute investment advice. You solely are responsible for the trading and investment decisions you make.
One-click position management
You can buy or sell cryptocurrencies directly from the investments page. Click "Buy" or "Sell" in the table of cryptocurrencies to display the Fast Trading dialog box:
The chart on the left shows the current state of the order book, updated in real time, so you can assess the impact of your order on liquidity.
The price displayed on the chart and "Expected price" show the expected weighted-average price of your order if executed, taking the current liquidity and state of the order book into account. The payment includes all trading fees. Note that the real commission and payment may slightly differ, since market conditions are likely to change slightly by the time your order reaches the exchange.
“Your Balance” shows your available balance in both currencies of the currency pair.
When you click "Buy" or "Sell," your market order is sent, and you are notified about the results of its execution immediately.