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Margin Trading FAQs

Bracket orders deprecated. Reduce-only orders introduced.

We have deprecated bracket orders. However, the functionality of bracket orders can be easily created by using reduce-only flag with your orders. An order that is marked as reduce only can only reduce a position and would be cancelled if it would result in increasing the position. How to create a ta...

Does Delta Exchange have an iOS or Android App?

Currently, no. Delta Exchange does not have a native iOS or Android App. We do however offer a Progressive Web App (PWA). What is a PWA? A Progressive Web App is a web app that uses modern capabilities of a browser to deliver a native app-like experience to users. It combines the best qualities of a...

How much margin is reserved while placing an order on Delta Exchange?

When placing an order, margin is reserved for: Margin for the order Trading Fees Order Margin The margin requirement while placing an order is the Initial Margin. Order Margin = Order Size * Notional Value of  1 contract x Initial Margin% Initial Margin% can vary from contract to contract and is sp...

How to use Charting Tools to improve Technical Analysis

Delta Exchange has integrated Trading View charts that can be used by traders for conducting technical analysis. Here’s the list of features and tools that are at the disposal of traders for enhancing their trading strategies and performance. 1. Multi-Tab Options The multiple tab option is availab...

Delta Exchange Calculator: Features to Improve Trading

The calculator on Delta Exchange provides various features that help traders understand their Liquidation Price, Profit and Loss, Trade Size, without having to do any manual calculations. These features enable traders to better utilize their capital, size their trades effectively and do better risk ...

How are Stop Orders Margined on Delta Exchange?

When an order is placed on Delta Exchange, margin is blocked for it. This is known as order margin. This means that a trader needs to have sufficient balance in his account to provide margin for an order. In case a trader wishes to place multiple orders, the order margin requirement will be higher, ...

What happens to Open Orders when a Position is liquidated?

When a position is liquidated on Delta Exchange, all open orders of that contract are cancelled. Open Orders and Positions for other contracts are not affected and those orders remain untouched. Why does this happen? All Orders on Delta Exchange are traded on Isolated Margin. Isolated Margin is the ...

Time in Force Flags on Delta Exchange – FOK, IOC, GTC

Time in Force Flags provides traders with a way to create specific behaviour of orders for a more sophisticated trading strategy. These types of orders are useful in the way, that they are another tool you can use to help manage risk, maximise returns and minimise losses. Click here to know more abo...

Understanding Contract Symbols on Delta Exchange

On Delta Exchange, the contracts are abbreviated in a specific format. <Coin Name> <Underlying Currency> <Q Currency Product If Any> <Expiry Date If Any> If a trader can understand and decode contract symbols, they can then interpret other contract symbols without putting in ...