This is a completely normal phenomenon. Indeed our robots, especially the hourly ones, take positions between -100% (full short) and +100% (full long). These positions depend on the strength of the trend and its maturity. It is often not wise to always be fully exposed. Our positions are then aggregated in order to reduce the impact of trades on your exchange and thus optimize your trading fees.
It could happen that 2 bots trading the same pair (ex: BTC.USD) are both fully allocated but in opposite directions. The moment you see at least one position it means that everything is working as expected.
Moreover, the positions taken by our bots are aggregated. This allows you to reduce the impact of trades on your exchange and thus optimize your trading fees.
Note that it is possible that 2 distinct bots but set on the same pair (example: BTC/USDT) are exposed one in Short and the other in Long.