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Your Portfolio

The Portfolio page is where you will find a list of your positions, a chart showcasing your historical performance, and an asset class breakdown of your portfolio holdings. The chart provides a representation of your token returns over time, and the balance of your portfolio. It changes dynamically to reflect the unrealized returns of your positions.
The table is divided into a number of columns which display the details for your open positions.

Symbol: Each market has its own corresponding symbol, or ticker. The symbol is usually in some ways related to the name of the market and makes looking up news or price movements a lot easier than having to type the full name. You can also use symbols in the search bar.

% Return: This return column shows you the unrealized percentage gained or lost on your positions.

Chart: Each position in your portfolio page will have a unique chart which visualises the movement of the market.

Weight: In this column, you can see the weight in percent of the position in your portfolio.

Position Details

On your portfolio page, you are able to click on each individual position, which will take you to the market page (of the market where the trade was placed). Once on the market page, you can click on your position to get a more detailed overview. There, you will find the following information:

Direction: Morpher makes it easy to go long or short on any asset. This column shows you whether you’re longing the market (“Buy”) or shorting it (“Sell”).

Value: The value column represents the total value of your position. This figure will reflect the sum of your total return and the amount that you invested in the position.

Total Return: As the market moves, the value of your positions changes. This column expresses your unrealized returns in MPH tokens.

Trade price: This indicates the price of the market when your position was first opened.

Leverage: Leverage allows you to increase your trade exposure without increasing your investment amount. While leverage can help you achieve stellar returns, it’s a double-edged sword that also magnifies your potential losses. This column shows you the average leverage of your position for the market. A leverage of 1 is the same as no leverage.

Date: The date on which the position was opened.

Average Price: This is the average price at which you entered the position if you have opened more than one position in the market. Positions within the same market are aggregated together into the same row, and so this column displays the average trade price of all positions that you’ve made in that market. Below, you can see all your existing positions in this market.

Profit / Loss: This provides a dollar or MPH - depending on your currency view - value of the total gain/loss on your position.

Tip: Keeping a diversified portfolio, where one invests across a wide variety of asset classes and sectors, can help you weather volatility, and decrease your exposure to idiosyncratic risk.

Updated on: 19/12/2023

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