In the fast-paced and volatile world of the stock market, it's important to stay on top of your investments and be aware of any changes in their value. Recurring stock price alerts allow you to receive notifications detailing the stock price at regular intervals throughout the day.
Recurring Opening Price Alert
The Recurring Opening Price alert notifies you every morning with the opening price of the stock.
The Recurring Opening Price alert can be used to keep you in tune with the market. For example, setting a Recurring Opening Price alert on stocks included in the S&P500 (AAPL, TSLA, etc.) can help you keep track of the condition of the overall market.
Alternatively, the alert can be used to make sure you never miss a day where the stock opens at an unexpected price level. For example, if one day you receive the alert, and APPL has opened five points higher than the previous day, you will make sure not to miss the expected volatility on the stock throughout the day.
This alert can be particularly useful for traders who like to take positions early in the morning.
Recurring Midday Price Alert
The Recurring Midday Price alert notifies you every day 12:30 EST of the current price of the stock.
The Recurring Midday Price Alert can be used to keep you in track with positions you’ve taken earlier in the day. For example, suppose you took a trade at 9:30 in the morning and leave for work right after. The Recurring Midday Price alert will show you what the price of your stock is at 12:30pm, allowing you to stay in tune with your position throughout your working day.
The Recurring Midday Price alert can also be used to keep you in tune with the market. For example, setting a Recurring Midday Price alert on stocks included in the S&P500 (AAPL, TSLA, etc.) can help you keep track of the condition of the overall market.
This alert can be particularly useful for traders who like to take positions in the afternoon.
Recurring Closing Price Alert
The Recurring Closing Price alert notifies you every afternoon with the closing price of the stock.
Recurring Time Price Alert (Variable)
Stock Alarm offers three time intervals where you can receive price alerts, these are 15 minutes, 30 minutes, and 1 hour.
The variable timing Recurring Time alert can best be used to keep track of an open position without staying glued to your screen. Suppose you bought some shares of “XXX” at $9 at 10:00am. You’re expecting the stock to rise to $12 within the next few hours, but you want to keep it on watch in case it dips below your entry, or it takes too long to get to your profit target. Suppose at 12pm, you received the alert for the second time, and the stock price has risen to $10.50. You can now choose to take profit on your position, or to hold it a little longer. Either way, you’re constantly informed and ready to make decisions at a moment’s notice.
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