There is a very strong chance nothing is wrong.
On futures, Tuned can execute both a long and short at the same time, with the same coin pair. The exchange will calculate this as one position, showing the net result. Since one is a buy, and the other a sell, two opposite orders of similar size may show a position value close to zero. This may happen because:
- A subscription consists of multiple strategies that can offset each other.
- Multiple subscriptions use the same coin pair.
For example strategy A may execute a .51 ETH long at the same time strategy B executes a .50 ETH short. Tuned knows these are two different orders. However, the exchange understands this as a (.51 - .50) .01 ETH long. A bonus of this example is lower funding fees, as they are calculated from the 0.01 ETH (net borrowed) as opposed to 1.01 ETH (combined).
Note: Multiple long orders in the same coin pair will also display as one position on your exchange.
If the numbers still aren't adding up, your strategy creator is most likely to know whether something is wrong.