Investors Blast Bitcoin Investment Trust Due to ‘Insane’ Expense Ratio
Grayscale Bitcoin Investment Trust (GBTC), the lone investment trust tied to Bitcoin that trades on the public U.S. markets, has come under significant investor scrutiny after shares recently dropped to 80% below December highs while Bitcoin only fell 66% over the same period. According to a report by Bloomberg, the reasoning behind the divergence in […]
Ethereum Falls Below $170, Ratio Drops to a New Yearly Low
Ethereum is down another $20 today to a new yearly low of $168 at the time of writing. That’s after dropping by $20 the day before, and the day before...
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After about two weeks of hanging around ₿0.04 per eth, ethereum’s price against bitcoin fell below that support line this Monday, down to a new recent low of ₿0.039. That continues a...
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Ethereum’s price against bitcoin is down by around 4% today, reaching a new recent low of precisely ₿0.04 before barely recovering to ₿0.0402 at the time of writing. Ethereum’s price...
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Ethereum’s Ratio Against Bitcoin Falls to a Yearly Low
Ethereum’s ratio against bitcoin has not been lower for all of 2018 and, except for a brief bleep in December, it has not been lower since April 2017. Ethereum’s current...
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The OKEX support articles are very disorganized and ambiguous. After reading the articles I am still uncertain on how forced liquidation works. Why they don't provide any examples is beyond me. Anyways, so far I have garnered that in fixed margin mode, I can be liquidated on an individual position basis if my position UPL reaches -90% assuming 10x leverage. I also understand that all of my open positions can be liquidated if the margin ratio falls to 10%.
I’m trying to figure out how their margin ratio calculation is done. They don’t seem to define some of the variables in the calculation and they do not provide an example for me to follow. I haven’t been able to find anything that clarifies this on the web. This is the formula that Okex uses when choosing fixed margin trading:
Fixed margin Margin Ratio = (Fixed Margin + UPL) * Avg Price of Open Positions / (Contract Face value * Holding Positions)
First, is the fixed margin and UPL represented by a percentage or a dollar amount?
Second, if I have an open position on BTC, which has a contract value of $100 and I also have an open position on ETH, which has a contract value of $10, how do I calculate the contract face value?
Thirdly, are the holding positions referring to the number of open contracts that I have? If not, what is it referring to?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Please feel free to correct me on anything I have got wrong.
You Should Be Measuring Investments Against BTC Ratio
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Bitcoin Price: Short vs Long Ratio at 2018 High. Monster Short Squeeze Incoming?
Today, the ratio of Bitcoin shorts to longs has hit 1.4, which is the highest ratio so far this year. Last time the ratio breached 1.2, back in April of this year, there was a short squeeze which moved the BTC price up $1000 within an hour. Short Squeeze on the Horizon? Alistair Milne, CIO […]
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Why is the GAS to NEO Ratio so low right now? Currently under .25
I know the whole market is getting shit on right now, and NEO/GAS are no exception. But still, this shouldn't really affect the ratio of GAS to NEO in terms of price, right?
At the time of writing, GAS is $4.18 whereas NEO is $16.94, this makes GAS worth only .246 NEO. My general rule of thumb is to acquire GAS at levels below .4 NEO because historically it's traded closer to .35 - .5 NEO and this is way below that.
Not complaining really, I just converted all of my NEO for GAS for this reason, I'm just pointing it out. Could be a good swap opportunity to acquire more NEO down the road.
Brutal Friday in ethereum has wiped out billion off its market cap, sending its price to a recent low of $310 from $370. The meme price of $324 was crossed...
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Bitcoin Falls Below $7,000, Ethereum’s Ratio Rises
Bitcoin fell to a low of $6,890 today before slightly recovering to $6,970 at the time of writing on trading volumes of less than $4 billion during the past 24...
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