(S-10) DCA by Simultaneous Deals

The S-10 strategy emulates a combo bot but using a regular trading bot without DCA - how does it work? Each deal works in a certain price range, but instead of using DCAs, it uses deals in parallel.

Each deal will have two deviations:

  1. A deviation UP - consisting of multiple Take Profit (simulating the minigrid base).
  2. One deviation DOWN - consisting of parallel deals that start when the price drops by x% deviation.


  • TP 5% (divided into 5 TP multiples of 1%)
  • Dynamic price 5% from the entry point of the previous deal

By doing so, the strategy will build a dynamic grid that works on the price deviation in ranges. In fact, each deal will only have multiple TP levels without considering the DCAs, since the DCAs with the related mini-grids will be created by new simultaneous deals with multiple TP levels.

The best part is that if the price drops dramatically from $100K to $10K we can merge the deals by combining all the deals used to create the dynamic DCA.


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:arrow_double_up: DCA by Simultaneous Deals (:large_blue_circle: USDC)

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Strategies Series by @Rossano
(S-1) - INTRO + (S-1) Accumulation Bot
(S-2) - (S-2) ZERO Movements
(S-3) - (S-3) Reduced position size
(S-4) - (S-4) Dynamic grid UP + DOWN
(S-6) - (S-6) Mix Bot - Standard + 0 Movs
(S-10) - (S-10) DCA by Simultaneous Deals

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This differs from what Combo Bot deals do as those bundle DCA and minigrids where this strategy keeps them separate. There’s also no real grid and no configurable DCA spacing here. It’s more like building a multiple take profit grid.


Start: Deal with 5 take profit levels above spaced by 1 %.
Price moves 5 % up/down: Start new deal as above.

Like that?

That’s an interesting strategy, the difference with the combo is that there are no buys under, the bot just buys when the price reach the level right? It may be similar to neutral-type grid strategy, where the bot doesn’t buy or sell a big amount at the start, it just reacts to price depending on how it moves.

By the way is this in the wrong category? or are you requesting a feature?

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By the way, is that a Feature Requests or more a Trading Strategies / Bot Setups?

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yes sorry - made the post from my phone - updated to Trading Strategies / Bot Setups - Gainium Community :ok_hand:

Yes the second simultaneous deal expands the grid downward making 5 more TP levels of 1%

We are trading in ranges so each range will look after a portion of the price movement - and if BTC goes to 0 just merge the deals :grin:

Yes, it basically creates a grid of selling orders while buying less often - the only time that buys is when the price goes over a set dynamic price deviation and open a new deal (in the strategy overview these are considered the DCA orders).

The key point is to make traps of the same %. When the bot starts a new simultaneous deal that deal will cover the dynamic price deviation of the previous making the grid spaced out evenly.

…and if the bot uses all simultaneous deal we can merge and average down the price - we are in SPOT no stress, relax and print out money :grin:

This is a scenario where the combo may performs better - thinking about a solution :grin:

The end goal is to close the deal as fast as possible and start again - a moving SL (positive) will fix it

Only that those simultaneous identical deals if merged only lower the average price a little and it would require a lot more funds to get the average price close to the current price.

it will be the same as using a normal DCA cause each deal isn’t identical but shift by x% from the previous - plus you buy at the bottom of that range mimicking the combo behaviour - buy at the lower grid to sell higher (long bot)

This is the same price range as before BUT on a combo bot - the concept is identical but unlock the merge feature for combo breaking the grid

Yes, but the same as equally spaced unscaled safety orders.

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The concept is different as the grid buys and sells level wise. The above approach only executes multiple take profits.

Interesting concept. Have you found if a trading strategy is more profitable if you use 10 or so different coins and diversify your funds to make smaller profits or use one coin and make more profits per trade but less trades?

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I am too curious how do you delegate your portfolio to this strategies.
Which I think is the most important strategy of all.

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Yes. This is a topic that would be a great conversation on here. On the one hand, it is much easier to watch and modify our trading strategy with one coin. But on the other hand, it may not make trades very often.

I only trade BTC with these strategies because they are accumulation strategies

What do you mean by delegate? Portfolio allocation, risk management or something else?

This strategy may require manual interventions at some point (very likely to happen) because it creates a grids by using multiple deals scattered across the chart using price ranges.

For example the first trade starts at 70k and has X amounts of multiple TP up to 71k (no DCAs) - if the price raises we close the deal and restart with a fresh deal - and if the price goes down after x% deviation it opens a new deal from 69k to 70k, then 68k to 69k and so on

Portfolio allocation is what I’m curious about.