TradeQ – How To Start Trading With TradeQ Bot – Crypto Auto Trading – Make Money With TradeQ- Part 4

TradeQ is proud to unlock powerful trading tools for everyone with a smartphone. Manage all your exchange accounts, use market-making and simulate your trading. Fast automated trading, quantitative trading system, tracking of big data algorithms, secure platform to trade, automate with ease, and the best quantitative strategy.

About TradeQ

TradeQ is an automated, secure, and easy-to-use trade terminal designed exclusively for cryptocurrency traders. We are starting with cryptos, but our bots will be taking over the rest of the financial world. Welcome to the future of trading. And don’t feel sorry for our bots, they have no emotions, remember!! Stop gambling… start trading now!

  • Ceaselessly income is guaranteed by 24*7 hours of real-time monitoring.
  • A technical strategy such as built-in tracking for opening positions + tracking stop profit + tail order stops profit + grid Take profit.
  • Your funds remain safe on the Binance exchange.
What does it mean to have synchronous opening doubled?

Synchronous position opening doubling: After opening, if the owner’s strategy is to open a position double, then the user will open a double position, if the owner’s strategy does not open a position double, then the user will not open a double position!

After I closed the position, I used partial liquidation. This order should have been profitable. Why?

Partial clearance will not change the average price. Your sell order will show a loss because the selling price is lower than the average price. In fact, after you cover your position when the market goes up, you will sell this part of the cover. Profit has helped you lower the average price!

I mistakenly recharged other currencies to the TradeQ platform, can I get it back?

The TradeQ platform currently only supports TRC20-USDT Deposit. If you mistakenly Deposit other formats of USDT or other coins to the TradeQ platform, the TradeQ platform cannot retrieve it for you. Please carefully confirm the Deposit when you Deposit Coins and format.

Are my funds safe?

The operation of the TradeQ robot is performed on the exchange for you. Your funds are in Huobi, HitBTC, OKEx, and Binance. TradeQ cannot transfer your funds, but the robot will help you do it in Huobi, HitBTC, OKEx, and Binance. Buy low and sell high, arbitrage for you 24 hours a day!

TradeQ Trade Settings

After clicking on any pair, you should see something like the image below.


This is where you configure the trade setting that the robot is going to trade with.

Please, it is very important that you understand that your trade setting only works with the capital you’re trading with.

Someone trading with $100 is going to have a different trade setting with someone trading with $1000 or $10,000.

But I’ll try to break it down as much as possible so everyone can understand how the settings work.

To start trading, you’ll need to click on the trade setting and after that, you’ll see something like the image below.

As you can see from above we have:

  • First Buy-In Amount
  • Open Position Doubled
  • Margin Call Limit
  • Whole Position Take Profit Ratio
  • Whole Position Take Profit Callback
  • Margin Configuration
  • Buy In Callback

#1. First Buy-In Amount

This is the amount you’re going to start the trade with depending on your trading capital and the total number of margin calls (Numbers of deep you’re going to be buying when the coin decrease after you enter the trade).

It’s very important that you don’t make your ‘First Buy In Amount’ your total capital.

If my trade capital is around $100 I can decide to make my ‘first buy-in amount’ be $10 or $20 depending on the numbers of margin calls I’ll be making

More on this later…

#2. Open Position Doubled

This simply means you’re going to be buying double of any market you entered. This will simply double your first buy-in amount and as well as margin calls you’ll be buying.

But it’s not recommended. So why set up your trade I won’t recommend you tick the box. It’s not needed!

#3. Margin Call Limit

The margin call limit simply means the total number of DEEP you want the BOT to buy when there’s a drop in the market after you’ve entered the trade.

You should understand the “Margin Call Limit” if you’re familiar with what’s referred to as Dollar Cost Averaging (DCA)

DCA is simply referred to as a strategy whereby you invest a total sum of money in small increments over time instead of all your capital at once.

The goal here is to take advantage of market downturns without risking too much capital at any given time.

If the price of an asset drops during the time you are dollar-cost averaging, then you stand to make a profit if the price moves back up.

So the total number of “Margin Call Limit” you set means the total number of times you’ll be buying the coin based on the percentage drops.

#4. Whole Position Take Profit Ratio

After entering the trade, this is the position you want the BOT to take profit for you. The default setting is always around 1.3%.

But based on your preference you can always increase or decrease it as you wish. This means the robot will sell for you automatically after the set percentage has been reached.

#5. Whole Position Take Profit Callback

The whole position takes profit callback is the trigger for your take profit. When your profit percentage is reached, it doesn’t sell immediately.

But when there’s a slight decrease and it hits the percentage set, it’s going to sell and take profit for you automatically.

#6. Margin Configuration


This configuration indicates the amount of deep you’re going to be buying based on the percentage drops.

Take for example if your trading capital is $100 with a $10 first buy-in amount and you’re using 4 margin calls like the image above.

This means your first call is 1 time at 3.5% market deep. That is, when the coin you’re trading drops by 3.5%, the robot will buy an extra 1 time at the “First Buy-In Amount” of $10. ($10 x 1 = $10)

Looking at the second call on the image above… we have 4% and 2 times. This means when the coin drops further by 4%, the robot will buy 2 extra at your “first buy-in amount” price.

That will be $10 x 2 = $20. The same thing goes for the rest of the margin calls.

#7. Buy In Callback

This simply means after your first take profit, the percentage at which you want the bot to buy again, so you can make additional profits when it keeps increasing is “Buy in Callback”

Once everything is checked, you just simply need to click on start trading and the robot will begin the trade on your behalf.

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