Bitmex and Bitstamp's ETHUSDM20 and ETHUSD reached a fourteen day period high on the 2nd June 2020 showing a 26.7% shortening from the 90 day high of 19.15, signaling a spread of -5.11 in 26 days, the match is positioned at 8.14 from 02:52:16 today looking at profit of 0.00084914 BTC with every 1 bitcoin spent. Since tracking begun we have watched this topping off at 18.5 since the 1st of June 2020. In the last 24 hours the spread reached a high of 9.37 resulting in a -9.78 short this year making a 51% reduction. Bitmex's and Bitstamp's ETHUSDM20 to ETHUSD is placed 35th out of a possible 222 we support. This arbitrage combination isn't a fanciful opportunity, and nowhere near HBDM BTC_CQ to Binance BTCTUSD and Bitmex ETHUSD to Poloniex BTC_ETH which should be followed.
5th June 2020 02:52:16 UTC - 16 weeks ago
Bitmex ETHUSDM20 @ 252.10000000
Bitstamp ETHUSD @ 244.00000000
Captured Bitcoin Price
Profit Per 1.00000000 Bitcoin *
0.00084914 BTC with a 3.41% return
Bitcoin Trade Size
This renders a profit of 0.050948 bitcoin when you close 60 BTC of ETHUSDM20 at Bitmex at the market price of 252.15000000 and buy the corresponding quantity of 60 BTC of ETHUSD at Bitstamp for 244.01000000 meaning a 499.19 USD gain with bitcoin fluttering at 9,798 USD. The signals indicate that you should examine this more, as it would provide profit when executed to the tune of 0.000849 to each one BTC. The advice indicates that the gains will be meager causing doubt to proceed, specifically when faced with the profits given by Bitmex ETHUSD to Poloniex BTC_ETH returning 0.02489542 BTC profit per 1 BTC this Friday.
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