again guys - those alarms are powered by delayed data, best not to rely on them, best to set alerts in your charting system/broker quote lists

    I don't think its too

    Posted by hoek2 on 15th of Oct 2020 at 03:45 pm

    I don't think its too much to ask from us to enter the alerts or alarms into our own trading platforms.   In that sense, it makes us look at the charts again and even set up our own watch lists...  And again, those alarms are just "alarms"   One needs to take a look a the chart on a 60 min or 15 min time basis or less, and pick an objective entry point.  Or watch to see if the price will hold there or just break down again....

    just an FYI - in

    Posted by matt on 15th of Oct 2020 at 03:37 pm

    just an FYI - in order to have those alarms powered by real time data, I looked into it, because this is viewed by the public, the data feed costs would be like $8000 a month, CLEARLY not worth it and is why we use the free data from Google instead


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