We are a team of professional analysts, highly intelligent traders with knowledge and practical experience in derivatives trading.
Our work is based on daily monitoring of the financial market. We know all about the current trends, quickly respond to innovations and rate changes, the depreciation and appreciation of crypto dividends.
Being interested in benefiting our investor, we systematically adapt trading systems, allocate strategies and pay net profits according to the rate plan in the futures contract.
A team of experienced analysts conducts fundamental and technical analysis of the financial market. We study, monitor and forecast market fluctuations.
We assess trading risks, select working schemes, create a leveraged futures contract and provide the investor with a net profit according to the tariffs; we charge commission for each transaction.
Derivatives trading is the largest financial market with both buyers and traders on its platform.
A derivative is a contract that closely binds the buyer and the seller and obliges both parties to buy and sell a particular asset.
There are only 4 types of derivatives’ trading:
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Examples of transactions with futures contracts
We were personally involved in this project, as we had been analyzing and monitoring all the pros and cons for a very long time. We concluded a contract for an amount of $87,000, despite the fact that the value of AXS in June of 2021 was $4. The price of AXS token shot up to 42$ in just 1 month and we obtained a great profit of 1000%. It took only 1 month to achieve 1000% growth of AXS coins. The investment was not a waste of money, our traders closed out the contract;
Our Matic team made less profit than we made from the AXS futures contract. We bought Matic on July 23, 2021 at $0.77. Of course, we could have bought Matic in April for $0.35, but, unfortunately, it takes time and energy to analyze each project. For today, we still hold a futures Matic contract in our portfolio, but we’ve already earned 50% profit on it last month;
It's a very powerful project, and it's proven by our company's experience. We created a futures contract on June 29 for $298. Of course, we could buy it at a cheaper price, because its price was $218 on June 24, but it is impossible to foresee the lowest limit. The deal was opened for $50,000 with the X3 leverage, and already on August 10, our profit was 50%. At the moment, we still keep this contract in the portfolio and we buy more Compound every month.
Specifics and restrictions on crypto
Low percentage of execution fee
Derivatives trading is characterized by a low percentage of commission, is economically efficient and promising in comparison with other assets.
More profitable and higher leverage
Trading derivatives allows investing small portions of the total transaction amount: 10% or less. Investors have the opportunity to use leverage without investing a significant amount of prepayment to increase the profit.
Protection against volatility
Derivatives, just like cryptocurrencies, are volatile. They are ideal for reducing long-term value by making a contract that is concluded specifically for the basic value.
Great for hedging
Derivatives imply an ideal risk management tool. With two-way hedging, a professional can minimize most of the lost profit risks.
Derivatives trading is useful for generating signals in volatile market fluctuations. It allows taking into account the price of basic assets in advance, which allows the investor to minimize the risk of the portfolio.
Derivatives’ trading is in high demand in financial markets. Market monitoring and analysis confirm this demand - in May 2020, daily volumes of crypto derivatives exceeded $600 billion. With such demand and trading activity, the financial market offers traders more opportunities to profit by applying a variety of trading strategies.
High risk of derivatives trading
Derivatives allow the investor to use leverage, therefore there is always an increased risk of position liquidation.
Complete lack of due diligence in the selection of OTC derivatives
The OTC system allows the buyer and seller to draw up a buy-sell contract, but there is a risk for the counterparty when dealing with forwards or futures contracts. OTC transactions do not often comply with verification procedures, that’s why the trader cannot perform due diligence.
Unfortunately, not all jurisdictions around the world legalize free derivatives trading. Therefore, those involved in a forward or futures contract are obliged to only operate in regions where derivatives trading is considered a legal practice; otherwise, there is a possible risk for the counterparty is possible.