Here are a few screenshots of trades in no particular order, taken by the KF-OEMS
Each trade is a limit order that was set automatically given the evolution of liquidation clusters
The below examples show the KF-OEMS can be used in different ways, many being profitable. Targeting denser clusters of liquidations, is an effective way to catch the price action’s local extremas (in liqs we trust, right?).
A few words on the KF-OEMS
The KF-OEMS is almost ready to go once you create an instance.
Set a bias (long/short), a trading balance, and it’s ready to roll, targetting liquidations clusters to optimize your execution while keeping risk low, and your day worry-free.
The user can let it run by itself without any manual input, or decide to TP early or to aggressively build up a position because you think you missed the entry (p.s. there’s almost always a better entry than the impulsive one, let KF-OEMS build up a position for you).
It can be very wise to load up a position manually and let the OEMS deleverage gradually, it’s a very smooth process as the OEMS constantly adapts to your new position.
Once set up and started, the KF-OEMS will automatically scale up and deleverage positions, regardless of the actions taken by the user. The KF-OEMS is a fine piece of machinery, like the FED, once correctly set up, it will keep on printing.
All the trades below were made automatically with the default OEMS settings. The first BTC Trades were all fairly long-term when the Alts trades were rather short-term (a few hours).
All bellow trades were taken on FTX.com, the graphs were made using https://coinmarketman.com/
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