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Portfolio Page Explained
Understanding your positions
The portfolio page is here to give you a sense of your overall portfolio within Augur markets, organizing your positions and orders across markets to give a comprehensive overview.
The page is divided into 4 main quadrants:
The 'Positions' section conveys your current and past positions in markets, both long and short. You can see various data about them and filter by market stage (open, in reporting, resolved, or all).
You may also sort by a number of factors, including: most recently traded, current value, total returns, and expiring soonest.
Outcome: Displays each unique outcome you've traded.
Type: Long or short, closed or open.
Quantity: The number of shares bought or sold for this position.
Average Price: The average price paid for shares (total cost/quantity purchased).
Total Cost: the total amount spent (quantity * average price) on a position in a market outcome, and can be denominated in DAI or in shares.
Current Value: The total value of a trader’s shares in a market, based on the last traded-at price.
Last Price: The most recent price paid by anyone trading on that outcome.
Total Returns: The total amount a trader has gained (or lost) in a market outcome, based on the last-traded price. It can be displayed as a percentage or as a quantity of DAI.
Total Returns accounts for both realized and unrealized P/L. If positive, it is displayed in green with an upward arrow and if negative is displayed in red with a downward arrow.
Realized P/L: The total amount you have gained or lost on trades in an outcome. Profit (or loss) can be realized form either a market finalizing and shares settling or from closing a position or partially closing a position on the open market.
Unrealized P/L: (Profit/Loss) is the amount you would gain or lose on a market outcome if they were to close a position at the Last Price. Profit (or loss) is unrealized until a position is closed.
Data about your created markets can also be viewed from the Portfolio page, including volume and open interest. You may filter these markets by market stage: open, in reporting, resolved, or all.
You may also sort chronologically based on: creation time, expiring soonest, most recently traded, or most recently depleted.
The open orders section gives you an overview of outstanding offers across all of the markets you are participating in. You may sort these orders chronologically based on: most recently traded market or most recently traded outcome.
Outcome: Displays each unique outcome for which you have open orders
Type: Buy or sell order.
Quantity: The number of shares requested within the open order.
Price: The limit price at which the open order would be executed.
Total Cost: Total cost for an open order is denominated in DAI; unless you hold offsetting shares (i.e. Yes outcome shares when you're requesting to buy No shares); in which case those will be subtracted first.
Expiry: The expiration date of your open orders. By default, open orders are good-till-cancelled (GTC), meaning they will remain on an order book until they are cancelled or filled. GTC orders can be cancelled manually by users or automatically when the market finalizes. For more order options, see advanced trading.
The filled orders section gives you an overview of filled offers across all of the markets you are participating in. You may sort these orders chronologically based on: most recently traded market or most recently traded outcome.
Type: Bought or sold shares.
Quantity: The number of shares requested to be bought or sold.
Quantity Filled: The number of shares that are filled (can be less than requested).
Price: The price at which your order was filled.
Fill Date: The date your order was filled.
FIlls: The number of fills or partial fills that were executed from your order
Time Stamp: The exact time your order was filled
Details: View the details of the Ethereum transaction, verify the order was filled.