Trademinator uses the f factor to decide how much of the current balance of a given pair XXX/YYY will be operated. The idea of this factor is to operate with less than 100% of the balance. This way, if the price keeps going down/up, Trademinator will still have some balance to make a correction.

f = i / (i + 1)

Where:

  • i is a variable that helps to adjust the factor
  • f is the proportion of your sell

By default, Trademinator will use a factor of 0.2 when buying, and a factor of 999 when selling.

Status

  • Implemented in 0.3.0

About

Trademinator is an opensource trading bot that works in a SaaS scheme.

Trademinator is powered by Linux, PHP, Memcached, YAML