Position Size

  • We decide how much of our money we’re willing to put into a trade. It’s usually between 10% and 30% of the available funds per trade.
  • Before we make a trade, we calculate how much we’re going to risk based on this percentage and how much we might lose if things go bad. This stops us from making too many trades at once, especially if they’re related, unless we can make money in both directions (if bi-directional trading is possible).

Stop Loss

  • We set a stop-loss point based on analysis, stick to it to prevent big losses, and limit the risk to 1.8% of your money.
  • We always set a “stop loss,” which is a point where we stop the trade to prevent potential losses. We choose this point, based on technical analysis, support/resistance levels, and/or based on the current volatility in the market.
  • We don’t let our feelings make us change our minds. We stick to the stop loss we set to avoid big losses and focus on our pre-defined stop-loss levels to prevent large drawdowns disregarding of whether they are hard or soft stop losses.

Maximum risk

  • To bring you a 10% profit, we need to execute multiple trades. Some of these trades may result in a loss. This is a normal part of our strategy to produce a 10% profit in the end.
  • In the unlikely event that we generate negative results of 10%, we will notify you immediately. If we lose 20% of the total amount you have available for trading, the system will automatically stop all trading for you.
  • Trading can only be restarted if you choose to do so, and restarting will initiate a new 30-day FREE trial period.

Types of trades

  • We do different types of trading, executing both daily signals and swing signals, long and short signals on futures but we never use more than 1x leverage to avoid major losses. The difference between daily signals and swing signals is that daily trades are generally executed quickly, and swing signals take more than one day. The purpose is to maximize the possible profit per month, as markets trade in both directions and futures allow us to do this.

Volume and Liquidity

  • We trade popular assets to ensure smooth trading and avoid illiquid ones.
  • We trade assets with sufficient volume and liquidity to ensure smooth order execution.
  • We stay away from illiquid assets, that aren’t traded much because they have big price gaps and are hard to get out of.

Order Management

  • We use “limit orders” when possible, to control the price we buy or sell at. We avoid “market orders” to prevent bad prices.
  • Sometimes, we only buy or sell part of what we planned, especially if it’s a big trade.

In Short

  • We prioritize safety, diversify, control emotions, and learn from our trades. We use a maximum of 1x leverage for risk management.

Your funds are safe

  • Users connect METRADE to their Binance or Bitget account via an API (more exchanges will follow). METRADE has no access to withdraw any funds. Traders can only START and STOP trades, but it will allow trading of the amount of USDT decided by the user. You can monitor the whole process in the METRADE APP or in the account of your connected exchange.