uTrade Algos

What is the uTrade Strategy Builder?

Dynamic Strategy Deployment

Enhance Trading Efficiency

Dynamic Trade Management

And that's not all…

Asset Display

Our auto trading platform displays the underlying assets for traded options which can be chosen as either Cash or Futures. This feature ensures tailored trading experiences to suit individual preferences.

Advanced Indicators

Advanced criteria are employed to set entry and exit conditions through technical indicators and monitoring parameters alongside the reference symbol for market actions. Criteria include Cancel Size, Reference Symbol, Indicator, Comparator and Value.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Technical indicators contribute to defining entry conditions for trades by offering objective, data-driven insights into market trends and potential price movements. By integrating indicators such as moving averages, RSI, or MACD into entry conditions, on uTrade Algos, our platforms can identify optimal entry points. This approach allows for a more sophisticated and nuanced strategy, where decisions are based on a comprehensive analysis of market behaviour rather than on simplistic criteria.

Delta monitoring plays a crucial role in trade square-offs by tracking the movement of the delta, which represents the rate of change in the option's price relative to the underlying asset. When delta moves beyond a defined range, it triggers a square-off action, ensuring timely management of trades based on market dynamics.

You can set exit conditions for desired profits by specifying target profit levels within your trading strategy. Once the profit threshold is reached, the position will automatically close, allowing you to lock in gains according to your predetermined profit objectives.

You can adjust stop-loss levels based on net profit/loss by implementing a dynamic stop-loss strategy. This involves setting stop-loss orders that are automatically adjusted as your net profit or loss changes. By linking stop loss levels to your net profit or loss, you can protect your gains and limit your losses more effectively during trading.

Re-entry logic after position exit involves defining criteria for re-entering a trade once it has been closed. This may include conditions such as re-entering at the same strike price when certain price levels or technical indicators are met, or waiting for a specific market condition before re-entering the trade. Essentially, re-entry logic allows traders to re-establish positions under certain favourable conditions after exiting them.