Pseudo Market-Neutral Strategy is a yield farming strategy that does not take side on the market at the beginning. You can easily open position with Market-Neutral Strategy with Eternal Finance.

Open New Position

To commence this process, please follow the instructions provided below:

  1. Connect your Web3 wallet, such as Petra, Pontem, or Martian, to the platform, ensuring that the network is correctly set to the Aptos chain.

  2. Begin by navigating to the Eternal Finance Strategy page via the following URL: https://www.eternalfinance.io/strategy.

  3. From the list of supported pools available on the website, select your preferred farming pool.

  4. Compare the interest rate, APY and TVL.

  5. Finally, click on the "Deposit" button to initiate the leveraged yield farming position.

  6. Deposit stablecoin into the selected pool(i.e. lzUSDC - lzWETH). The default leverage is 3x.

  7. Assume you deposit 10 lzUSDC, the bot will calculate and suggest the default loan amount of two tokens under market-neutral setup.

  8. Study the summary and review the return

  9. Check the price impact and aware that the share of pool. If the share is too high, it may result in high slippage during the swap.

  10. Utilize our Simulator to study the risk. Assume the current price of lzWETH is 1704.89, your position is still profitable under the assumption of current APR within 1210.47-2335.69 price range. You can form your own view of how market price of lzWETH will go then see whether our strategy fits your expectation.

  11. After click "Confirm", a pop-up notification should appear on your Pontem/Petra/Martian wallet, prompting you to accept the transaction.

Check your return

To access your Strategy portfolio on the Eternal Finance platform, please follow the instructions below:

  1. Navigate to the Portfolio page on the Eternal Finance App.

  2. Scroll down until you find the section labeled "My Strategy Position".

Once you have located the "My Strategy Position" section, you will be able to view your Strategy portfolio and the corresponding details, such as the amount lent and the corresponding interest earned.

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