Understanding ico Telegram Group Statuses and Ratings Understanding Crypto Telegram Group Ratings: Approved - signal providers with this status have been checked out and recommended by the Safetrading.today team. Declined - signal providers with this status have been checked out and not recommended by the Safetrading.today team based on the data they provided. Not checked - signal providers with this status haven’t provided the required information or the Safetrading.today team has not checked all of the data yet. These channels are not recommended. Scammers - crypto call providers with this status haven’t provided all the required information, or the Safetrading.today team has not checked all of the data yet. The trader’s behavior is suspicious, and they could deceive their clients & traders to make a profit. We do not recommend getting in touch with these channels. Understanding Crypto Telegram Group link Statuses: Accuracy - profitability of a given trader-consultant over the financial reference period. If the Safetrading.today team does not have complete data regarding the cryptocurrency signals of a given trader-consultant, the rating is shown in stars from one to five (one being the lowest rating and five being the highest). If we have complete data, we show it in the percentage of profit and loss over the financial reference period. Communication - the trader consultant rating of communication from one to five (one being the lowest rating and five being the highest). Rating is based on responsiveness, customer support, the truthfulness of the provided information, and response speed. Price - rating from one to five (one being the lowest rating and five being the highest), based on how the provided services and the cost correlate. 1.4. Crypto Signal Calculation Rules Let us explain how we calculate profit and loss in our reports. Let’s take the following report for example.
Buy Telegram Members!In the report, the last three columns on the right are Profit/Loss, Profit, and Loss. In the first column, you can find the percentage of coin growth compared to the purchase price. Please note that we state by how many percentage points you would have increased your profit had you invested 10% of your deposit/portfolio into the signal. The next column, profit, indicates the total amount of profit over the reporting period. The last column on the right shows the total sum of loss from all the analyzed crypto calls over the reporting period. To explain the calculations simply, let’s imagine that the whole portfolio equals 1 BTC. Next, we assume that we purchase every signal for the amount of 10% of the deposit to minimize the risk. Let’s take a look at the example case with stop losses and targets in the signal: The signal was purchased at 2,200 Satoshi. Next, it reached the second target of 3,100 Satoshi on 05.04.2018. It was consequently sold on 17.04.2018. Thus, the overall profit when referring to this coin equals 40.91% in comparison with the purchase price. The profit is 4.09% in relation to the total deposit amount. We calculate profit and loss in cases without a stop loss, assuming that the coin is sold at the moment of its maximum value over the reporting period. Since there is no stop loss in the signal, we assume that the token is kept until the growth starts. In another case, we assume that the token is sold according to the current price on the last day of the reporting period. The choice of an option depends on what comes first. As a rule, we assume that the coin is automatically sold on the last day of the analyzed reporting period. The development of further behavior of the coin is not taken into consideration. In some cases, the providers ask us to review the results of the automatically sold coin, and we do this. As you can see, we use average data to calculate potential profit from every signal, while assuming that one spends 10% of one’s deposit on every crypto call. There are, however, exceptional cases. For instance, the reports for January and February get published in early March.
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