Email/SMS Alerts on Chart Trends

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Old Apr 26, 2008, 5:26pm   #1
 
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Email/SMS Alerts on Chart Trends

Hi,

I am looking for a website that will generate Alerts based on the stock price breaking thought customisable RSI or MOM thresholds. There is one site I have found so far that appears to do this for free which is timetotrade although does not appear to be that sophisticated.
Do Moneyam or ADVFN offer this, are there any other free sites?

Thanks in advance
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Old May 25, 2009, 6:47pm   #2
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you can try stockfetcher.com
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Old Sep 16, 2009, 2:23pm   #3
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Jeff

We have made a series of improvements to the timetotrade charts and alerts over the last year. Our latest version is just launched and includes trend line alerts. You will need flash installed to view the charts: Charts & Alerts >>

Hopefully they now have all the functionality you require. We'd love to hear your feedback, as development work is ongoing and any suggestions as to how we can improve usability and functionality are very weclome.

We are running a special offer with Investors Chronicle so you can try out the SMS alerts for free:
Investors Chronicle >>

Real time data is available for most of the UK FTSE stocks. You need to use "GB:" in front of the symbol, eg GB:BARC to access the real-time data. Or use ".L" after the symbol, eg BARC.L for 15 min delayed data from LSE.

Be great to hear your thoughts.

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Old Sep 22, 2009, 9:29pm   #4
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I am getting free alerts from this guy who is very good so far not a single losing trade. But he does not boast he says that market and luck has been on his side. he is not too keen on me passing his email to others.
Do you think he is good or just market on his side as he says. He is not interested in telling what he looks at, avoids this kind of question. I think he sends signals to no of groups based in middleast. Thats what i was told by the trader who introduce me to him.
Can anyone be that good? He does not trade everyday but he has given signals everyday last week.
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