I’m a little bit confused how @tomjoad’s post is a reason to prefer this motion over cad85024e62334e3a52e65b70a746d2c94d510c8
Both motions only sell NSR (T6) if the buy side liquidity drops below 25% and @Nagalim’s version at least includes an amount of time the buy side liquidity needs to be low before NSR get sold.
As BTC (T4) are being used to buy NBT as soon as the buy side is below 40% or 35%, respectively, one might assume that NSR are only being sold as soon as the BTC funds are already dry, because otherwise the BTC are used to keep the buy side above 25%.
Dividends play no role in @Nagalim’s version - or did I really miss that part?
So why is this motion here preferred?
What part confuses you? Both motions are very similar and @Nagalim even outlined the major differences.
No offence intended, but I sense a smack of preference for this motion because it’s created by @JordanLee.