The Frozen Funds tab of the My Trading panel shows how much is frozen to cover the maximum potential loss for all positions and open orders: 




It shows the following information:

  • Positions: Shows the size of your trading positions. A green postive number shows a long (buy) position and a red negative number shows a short (sell) position.
  • Avg. Price: The average price of your position. This number is used for all profit and loss calculations associated with that position.
  • Max Profit: The maximum potential profit for your position. If it's a long (buy) position then it's calculated using your average position price and desired expiry price of 100. If it's a short (sell) position then it's calculated using your average position price and the desired expiry price of 0.
  • Max Loss: The flipside to the Max Profit number - this shows the maximum potential loss of your position. If it's a long (buy) position then it's calculated using your average position price and the losing expiry price of 0. If it's a short (sell) position then it's calculated using your average position price and the losing expiry price of 100.
  • Open Orders: This shows how many shares you have waiting to be matched on open orders. A green positive number indiciates you're buying shares, and a red negative number indicates you're selling shares.
  • Frozen Funds: This shows the amount of funds that are frozen to cover your maxium potential loss for your positions and open orders. The max Loss number explained above shows the maximum amount you can lose on your position - it does include any potential losses from your open orders.