Console StrategyWritten by Tim Dilley
I've heard quite a bit about 50/50 strategy, but it just seems too rigid for me. I'm using what I call flexible strategy that keeps all your console monies "gainfully employed". Some of you may already be doing this.
Let's say that your are starting with $1000 dollars in your ecurrencies. You would process whole $1000 to build up your float. This in turn would result in $1000 in claims. These claims would have DXGlobal ID's starting with O's in your claim records - claims that pay 6% or better.
Next, When an AIX came in, you would use that money to make a claimexchange against one of claim records that started with an O (it is best to melt these claims). You would then repay dexdebit, outexchange, and claimexchange again. Repeat process untill you have no more claims that start with O's. Finally, Process an outexchange and start process all over again.
How can we minimize the affect of non US currency?"Written by Tim Dilley
This question was posed to DXinOne with following reply.
Even though DXG is pegged with USD DXG does in fact float independently and although it may not increase in 24 hours at same rate as some currencies alter, over several weeks this will overcome any negetivity. As each EOS provides a 'new' increased value to TDV for all portfolios this increase may not quite be as much as a currency fluctuation of some currencies. Because DXG in itself continues to steadily increase from activity within DXSystem this forms its own economy and currency value (DXG), which as we have mentioned moves in a positive direction as against other currencies that can move in both directions. A portfolio can still be profitable even while showing a negative value in some or all Symbols and even with 'DXPORTFOLIO TOTAL PROFIT'. The initial funds a operator places in a portfolio can be fully withdrawn via DXDebit plus more profit even while portfolio is showing negative values. This is because Credit Line still buffers currency changes and charges from OA Admin fees, premiums etc. and 'red' values are only DXPortfolio's profit and this will be different to operators 'personal' profit. What this means is that a portfolio is carried by GDT with costs being placed in Credit Line and OA fees can be paid from various options such as DXDebit, Reserve Balance or Available Balance which is from profits provided to portfolio to help operate it.