How should I enter the parameters in the 'short' syntax? Positive or negative?

 

How should I enter the parameters in the 'short' syntax? Positive or negative?

 

 

Whenever you are using a syntax for a short position, you must place the opposite value that you would place in a long position.
Below is some examples of the most used parameters, such as DCA, Take Profit and Stop Loss so that they can be understood correctly.

 

DCA Example:
{"key":"XXXXXXX","pair":"ethusdtperp","exchange":"zignaly","exchangeAccountType":"futures",

"side":"short","type":"entry","DCATargetPercentage1":"3","DCAAmountPercentage1":"100"

,"signalId":"123"}

 

Take Profit Example:
{"key":"XXXXXXX","pair":"ethusdtperp","exchange":"zignaly","exchangeAccountType":"futures",

"side":"short","type":"entry","takeProfitPercentage1":"-1","takeProfitAmountPercentage1":

"100","signalId":"123"}


Stop Loss Example:
{"key":"XXXXXXX","pair":"ethusdtperp","exchange":"zignaly","exchangeAccountType":"futures",

"side":"short","type":"entry","stopLossPercentage":"4","signalId":"123"}

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