Binance released the Position History feature for USDⓈ-Margined and COIN-Margined Futures contracts for traders to view their closed position history and track profit and loss (PnL) more efficiently. You can get a high-level overview of your closed positions’ open prices, closing prices, average entry prices, average closing prices, closing PnL, max open interest, and closed volume. It allows you to quickly evaluate your trades' past performance, identify profitability levels, and assess the effectiveness of your trading strategies.
How to view my positions' history?
To access the Position History feature, log in to your Binance account and go to [Derivatives] - [USDⓈ-M Futures] or [COIN-M Futures]. Scroll down to the [Position History] tab below the trading interface. You can view all the closed positions for USDⓈ-Margined or COIN-Margined Futures contracts.
What information is displayed in [Position History]?
You can click on a position under [Position History] to view more details, including:
- Symbol: The trading pair of the position.
- Margin Mode: Cross or Isolated.
- Side: Long or short.
- Open Time: The date and time when the position was opened.
- Close Time: The date and time when the position was closed. If the position was partially closed, you’d see "--".
- Entry Price: The position's average entry price.*
- Average Closing Price: The average price at which the position was closed.*
*Please note that transaction fees have not been factored into the calculation.
- Closing PnL: Profit or loss for the position. For more information about PnL Calculation on USDⓈ-M and COIN-M Futures, please refer to How to Calculate Profit and Loss for Futures Contracts.
- Max Open Interest: The maximum number of contracts opened during the position’s lifetime.
- Closed Volume: The total closed position sizes during the position’s lifetime. For more information, please refer to What Information Does Open Interest Convey?.