# Commonly used indicators for contract data

Commonly used reference indicators for contract data include: open interest, trading volume, long-short ratio, large-scale long-short position ratio, funding rate, liquidation data, etc.

The general rules are as follows: 1. The amount of open interest increases, and the ratio of the number of longs and shorts increases, that is, the number of longs entering the market increases, the number of longs increases, and the number of longs has the upper hand.

2. The amount of open interest increases, and the ratio of long-short people decreases, that is, the number of short-sellers enters the market is large, the number of short positions increases, and the air force has the upper hand

3. The amount of open interest decreases, and the ratio of longs and shorts decreases, that is, the number of longs exiting the market increases, and the number of longs closing positions increases, and the price will usher in a wave of decline

4. The amount of open interest decreases, and the ratio of longs and shorts increases, that is, the number of shorts exiting the market increases, and the price will usher in a wave of upward movement

So how to control the level of the long-short ratio and the level of open interest? This needs to be compared with the historical long-short number ratio and historical open interest to get the relative high and low positions.

The above indicators can be used in combination as much as possible to have a better reference value. If the ratio of long-short people is relatively low and the open interest is relatively high, then the possibility of a decline is greater; if the ratio of long-short people is relatively high and the open interest is relatively low, then Subsequent pull-ups are more likely. At the same time, the size of the liquidation data and the positive or negative of the capital rate are used to determine the increase in the winning rate.

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