The platform consists of 2 main components: The Market Analyzer and the Trade

The Trade Engine manages buy and sell orders on the exchange. It applies the same
strategy to each of your selected markets:

The very first time it runs for one of your selected markets, it will place many (tens or
hundreds) buy orders, taking careful heed of the predictions of the market analyzer.
The total volume of base currency in these buy orders will correspond with the
allocation percentages set by you in your account.

Every +/- 15 minutes the Trade Engine will re-evaluate the placement of the
outstanding orders. On the one hand maintaining the allocation percentage as total
outstanding volume and on the other taking the most current Market Analyzer
predictions into account. It may cancel some orders and/or place new ones.
Also, if any of the buy orders have been filled in the last 15 minutes, it will place a sell
order of the same amount at a higher price (1% profit or more).

If any sell orders are closed, the profit is calculated in ETH and 25% of this profit is
deducted from the balance in your GSMG fuel account.

Note: If the base currency for a particular market is not ETH, then the conversion rate
at the moment of re-evaluation is used to determine the profit in ETH. This may take
up to 30 minutes after the sell order was actually closed.

The information for the Trading engine to place the orders is provided by the Market
Analyzer which analyzes roughly 170 different markets. This is where the magic
happens and the ideal entry and exit points are calculated for the TE, based on
specific market data and trend analysis.

Currently the Market Analyzer analyzes market data on a range of price datasets
across several intervals using a wide range of technical indicators, it does this for
every dataset of every market. This all gets mashed together, pushing our server
CPUs to their limits to finally roll out as a “score”, this score is used to create the
orders and decides how they are spread.

Bear in mind that the Market Analyzer relies on internal data only, except for the
market data which is supplied by the exchange it trades on, assuring it can’t be
fooled by feeding it false data.

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