In this article, we explore another potential use case for the Strategy Designer – Rotational Plays
Quite often, many of us have a set of assets to trade but with only a finite amount of capital, we cannot possibly trade them all. Sure, you can setup bots to trade them at the same time, but there is a very high risk of failure if the capital is not sufficient to meet the fund allocations for the activated bots.
By using the Strategy Designer, a trader can configure the bots to trade the various cryptos in sequential order. Let us illustrate with an example.
John loves to trade a couple of gameFi coins and some large-cap coins like BTC and ETH. With only a small capital base, he decides to split up the trading strategy into two parallel tracks. One to trade gameFi coins and the other to trade large cap assets.
This is how John would setup the bots:
Bot A (gameFi coin AAA) >> Bot B (gameFi coin BBB) >> Bot C (gameFi coin CCC) >> Bot D (gameFi coin DDD) >> Bot A
Large Cap Strategy
Bot E (BTC) >> Bot F (ETH) >> Bot G (BNB) >> Bot H (XRP) >> Bot E
By setting up the bots above with the Strategy Designer, John is assured that none of his bots would be deactivated and he can cycle through all the assets he like to trade on.