Futures Calculator

Futures Calculator

The KINE Futures Calculator allows you to calculate your profits, target prices, and liquidation prices based on key position information such as the opening price, leverage, closing price, closing quantity, and wallet balance. This valuable tool will help you gain a better understanding of your trading goals and assist you in effectively managing your positions.

To calculate your profit and loss, simply open the Futures Calculator, choose whether you want to go long or short, input your leverage ratio, position size, opening price, and closing price, then click the calculate button. It will instantly provide you with information on margin requirements, profit/loss, and return rate for your specific position.

Instructions

Step 1: Navigate to the Trading page and click on the Futures Calculator located on the top right corner.

Step 2: Using the calculator, you can choose to calculate profits, target prices, and liquidation prices.

(1) Profits

On the Futures Calculator page, select "Profits" and choose either "Long" or "Short".

Enter the corresponding leverage ratio, position size, opening price, and closing price.

Click "Calculate" to determine the margin, profits, and return rate.

Initial Margin: This refers to the minimum amount of collateral required for opening a position in a trade. The leverage ratio used by traders is inversely proportional to the initial margin required. The higher the leverage ratio, the lower the initial margin needed.

Initial Margin=Position Size * Opening Price / Leverage Ratio

Profits: This represents the gain or loss from a position without considering any fees.

Return Rate: This indicates the percentage of profit or loss based on the initial margin of the position.

Target Price

On the Futures Calculator page, select "Target Price" and choose either "Long" or "Short". Enter the opening price and the expected return rate. Click "Calculate" to determine the target price.

Liquidation Price

On the Futures Calculator page, click on "Liquidation Price". Select "Long" and enter the corresponding leverage ratio, position size, opening price, and wallet balance. Click "Calculate" to determine the corresponding liquidation price.

Liquidation is the process of closing a position at the liquidation price (the price level where the margin balance of the position reaches 0%). This happens when the margin balance of the position falls below the maintenance margin requirement.

For example, suppose the liquidation price is 15,000 USDT and the current mark price is 20,000 USDT. When the mark price drops to 15,000 USDT, it means that the mark price has reached the liquidation price and the unrealized loss of the position has reached the maintenance margin level, triggering the liquidation process.

How can I check my available balance?

You can check your available balance in the order section.

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