In our platforms, the average price calculation of positions occurs as follows:
To explain the calculation, we use the operation below as an example.
Buy Operation, initially opening a position with 100B:
According to the chronology, this operation's average price throughout the trade is formed in the following manner:
Note that in this calculation method, the total quantity in the equation's denominator always equals the position when the new trade occurs on the same side as the position.
In the North-American system, the decimal separator is different from the one used in Brazil, which is a part of the group that uses the comma as a decimal separator. Check out the difference:
Brazil: 5.585,50 USA: 5,585.50
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