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  • # of trades:  total number of transactions
  • # of win trades:  Number of winning transactions
  • # of lose trades:  Number of losing trades
  • Win/Lose:  Win rate (number of winning transactions / total number of transactions)
  • Cum.Profit:  Cumulative Profit
  • Profit/Loss:  Profit Factor (gross profit / total loss)
  • Max.drawdown:  Max drawdown  (Maximum value of “cumulative profit, highest value in the past from that point-value at that point”)
  • Best trade:  Profit and loss on the best trade
  • Worst trade:  Worst trade profit and loss
  • Positions:  Positions currently held by the strategy



A graph showing market price movements. Depending on the time, there are monthly, weekly, daily, hourly, and minute bars.

Closing price

The price at the end of a transaction in a trading hour or trading period.

Cross order

It means to have short position and long position of the same product at the same time.

Currency pair

A pair of currencies to trade with.



A temporary drop in a market that is on an upward trend. Buying at such a time is called “push-buying”. (⇔Return Sell)



A transaction (buy or sale) that is ordered is executed.


Four values

It is a general term for four prices: open price, high price, low price, and close price.


High Price

The highest rate traded during a particular period. (⇔ low price)



It refers to the principle of leverage. By making large trades with a small amount of funds, the ratio of profit and loss to the invested funds becomes large.


To buy a currency; to have a long position. (⇔ Short)

Loss cut

To fix a loss.


In the case of CryptoGT, it refers to the number of lots of the base currency. For example, in the case of the BTCUSD pair, 1 lot = 1 BTC, according to the base currency BTC on the left.

Low price

The cheapest rate traded within a specific period of time. (⇔ High price)



There are two types of margins: “required margin” and “effective margin”.

The “required margin” is the minimum amount of money required to hold a position (open interest) in proportion to the amount of the trade.

The “effective margin” is the amount of margin added after calculating the profit and loss based on the position (open interest) and the current rate. It shows the amount of margin available to hold the position (open interest).

Market order

It is an order to buy and sell at the prevailing rate of the market without specifying the transaction rate. We always execute at the latest trading rate.


Open interest

In futures terms, Ken means the future. A ball means to have a position.

Open interest = Have a position that was established by ordering “sell”
Open interest = Have a position that was established by ordering “buy”

Open price

The value at the start of a transaction during the transaction time or period.



Also called “open interest”. The state in which a trade has been initiated and has not yet been settled. If you start trading by selling, it is called “having a sell position (open interest),” and if you start trading by buying, it is called “having a buy position (open interest).


It is a closed trade of buying or selling a position to fix the profit. (⇔Loss cut)



Selling currencie, having open interest (position). (⇔ Long)

Short cover

A purchase transaction conducted to close out (reduce) short position.

Sideways trade

A market that repeatedly moves up and down within a certain range.


The difference between the specified rate and the rate at which the transaction was actually completed. It may occur when the market price changes suddenly.


The difference between the selling price and the buying price.

Stop-loss insurance

Settle the loss and close the transaction before it becomes a big loss.

Stop-loss order

In the case of a normal limit order, a rate is specified to hold open interest, and the order is executed when that rate is reached. (Common for both buy and sell orders)

In the case of Stop-loss, you specify in advance the loss rate for the open interest you hold.

A commonly used technique is to specify a limit price (limit price) when buying or selling open interest, and specify the rate at which you want to sell or buy the open interest to cut your losses (stop price).

In other words, ①you want to cut your losses as soon as possible because a large loss will incur if the price falls below a certain level (in the case of buying) , so you decide the rate in advance and specify it.

②You want to cut your losses as soon as possible because a large loss will incur if the price goes above a certain level (in the case of selling) , so you decide the rate in advance and specify it.