Understanding the information we present in a position is important. It can help you to keep track of what strategy you have done and make a better decision on what to do next.

In this article:

Position Dashboard

In order to look for your position whether it's opened, closed or has any errors, you can find it on your Dashboard.

  1. Click here to access the dashboard of your current exchange

  2. This is where you know what exchange information you're looking at.

  3. Positions tab of the exchange

  4. Opened positions that you need to keep track of

  5. Closed positions to check your old trades

  6. Error Log contains error positions that the system couldn't open or sell because they violated Binance's trading rules or some other problem.

CSV file

If you would like to download all of the trading history in your exchange, this can give you the needed information via your email. By only clicking on it, you can receive a file that contains all of the positions you have in your trading history.

Please note that Profit-Sharing positions will be limited in the provided statistics due to the protection of the trader's strategies.

View Columns

You are free to modify the information you would like to view from a position by enabling or disabling it from the View Columns.

Here is the list of all the columns you can find in your positions.

❗ Please note that some of them are only available in Open or Closed positions. If you're a Profit-Sharing service follower, you won't be able to view some information.

Open date:

This is the date and time that the first entry trade opened, displayed in your personal time zone.

Closed date - only for closed positions:

This is the date and time that the last exit trade closed, displayed in your personal time zone.

Group - only in Error Log:

If a position is assigned to the Un-open group, it means the position has never been opened. If a position is assigned to the Un-sold group, the position was able to open but couldn't sell the coins or the contracts. The reason for both cases can be found in the Status column.

In order to learn the meaning of the Status, you should click on the Arrow right next to it.


The service's icon.

Provider name:

For you to view the trader who opened a specific position. A "manual" provider name is yourself.


This is only available for closed positions and error positions. It presents how the position was closed or what the error is. Such as "Take Profit Ended" if the position was sold by reaching its take profit targets, or "Stop Loss Ended" if the positions ended with Stop loss targets. In a position that was closed by both take profit and stop loss targets, the status will take the last trade that occurred. In order to learn the meaning of the Status, you should click on the Arrow right next to it.

Signal ID:

This is the signal that a trader uses to manage a position. If a trader sends a signal to open a position, he can decide the signal ID in the syntax with the "signalId" parameter. If not, the system will automatically generate an ID for you.


The trading pair of a position with quote and base.

Example: BTC/USDT. the quote for trading is USDT, with BTC as the base.

Average entry price:

The price is taken into account of all the buying trades, including DCAs or IncreasePositionSize. The purpose is to provide the most accurate amount of profits and losses according to the amount and price you have bought for the position.
 ❗Any "selling features" will not change the average entry price.

Average exit price:

Similar to the "average entry price", the "average exit price" contains all of the selling prices that occurred by "decrease position size" or "take profit" orders.


The profits or losses in numbers without fees included.


The profits or losses compared with the Invested amount without fees included.


Long or Short for Futures trading, it is always Long for Spot trading.


The amount in the base coin of the trading pair.

Example: Amount = 0.03 for a pair BTC/USDT. It means the position has purchased 0.03 BTC in total.

Remaining amount:

The number of coins or contracts remaining in the position if you sold the position partially with Take profit or Reduce position size targets.


In Spot trading, this is the number of quote coins you spent to open the position. In Futures trading, this is the number of quote coins with leverage you invested. 

 ❗As it presents the investment you put in the position, it only changes if you invest more. If you sell your position partially, it won't be affected.

Real Investment:

This also presents the number of quote coins you spent to open the position (like Invested ⬆️).

It will be the same as Invested in Spot trading, and a lesser amount (without leverage) in Futures trading. Similar to Invested, it won't be affected by selling actions, only buying actions.

User allocated balance:

This is for Profit-Sharing traders to know the total allocation his service had when he opened a position.

Allocated %:

The position size percentage amount the trader opened for this position.


A number of how much leverage you use to borrow funds for the position.


The number of TSL/TP/DCA targets with colours for you to quickly view how many of them are successfully done (Green🟢), how many are pending (Gray💿)-only in Open positions, and how many failed (Red🛑).

This information also presents as target status in a position URL.

If a target order is placed successfully, the status will appear Blue🔵 here.


Zignaly exchange fees are the same as Binance's website due to our Broker Partnership.

Fee Structure on Binance and Binance Futures Fee Structure & Fee Calculations.

Funding Fees:

Funding rates are periodic payments either to traders that are long or short based on the difference between perpetual contract markets and spot prices.

When the market is bullish ⏫, the funding rate is positive and long traders pay short traders.
When the market is bearish ⏬, the funding rate is negative and short traders pay long traders.
Binance does not take these fees for Funding Rate transfers; these are passed directly between traders.
On Binance Futures, Funding occurs every 8 hours at 00:00 UTC; 08:00 UTC, and 16:00 UTC. Traders are only liable for funding payments in either direction if they have open positions at the pre-specified funding times. If traders do not have a position, they are not liable for any funding.

 ❗Note that if the position was closed prior to the funding exchange then you will not pay or receive funding.

Net profit %:

The percentage of profit compared to your real investment with fees deduction.

Net profit #:

The profits you gained from the position compared to your real investment with fees deduction.

The profit calculation should be: P/L# - Fees -/+ Funding fees

or Net profit % * Real Investment


This is what you can do to a position. If the position is open, you can Edit it:

or Exit it:

If the position is closed, you can view it:

Cancel - only for open positions:

The option for you to close the position view but don't sell the coins or contracts. You should be careful when using this as it won't sell your coins, so you can continue to face a loss if your purpose is not keeping them. 

❗Check out this article to resolve the case that you accidentally use this function: Import function

Position URL

You can find it in the search bar of your browser:

You can also scroll all the way to the right side of your trade details and click on the "View" icon (or Exit icon for open positions).

Position in a Profit-Sharing service

This is the view you can only see from a Profit-Sharing service. This is the Position tab in a service.

  • Unrealized PnL Percentage shows the current gain or loss generated from the moment the position was open until it is closed. It will go up or down depending on the market behavior. It is related to the amount allocated in the trade itself.

  • On the other hand, Price Difference is the gap between the average entry price of this position and the current market price.

  • Position ID is information you can take and share with the support team if you would like us to check that position with the provider. However, for security reasons, we cannot provide any specific answers for a follower. It's better if you can contact the trader first to request him to open a chat with us about it.

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