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EyeOnMyStocks

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Hi guys. I developed an app called EyeOnMyStocks that was designed to help traders and investors passively track their portfolio and watch lists. It is completely free and has no ads and I was hoping to get some advice from you on how to make it better.

Currently it uses real time market data on the user’s portfolio to send notifications on:

· When a stock moves above or below a certain price
· When a stock moves more than a certain percent in a trading day
· Analyst upgrades & downgrades
· Earnings price reminders
· News

We want to add more features utilizing technical indicators and this is where we really could use advice. The idea is to monitor your portfolio/watch lists to see if the stock prices cross technical thresholds including:

· Simple Moving Average – notified if the price of your stock crosses through an X day moving average, if a short term moving average moves through a longer term one, or if we have a crossover for a ribbon of moving averages
· Exponential Moving Average – same type of notifications as simple
· CCI – crossovers such as +-100, 200 or from one of those through another or 0
· Awesome Oscillator crossovers
· Stochastics
· Average True Range
Are these indicators useful? Would you suggest others?

We also want to create a screener with real time notifications when any stock on the market breaks out such as if a stock moves X% in Y minutes get notified in close to real time. (we would put some sort of buffer such as don’t get notified of a stock more than once per day so it doesn’t overload you with messages)
Other options may include culling the results down by volume or market cap

How useful would these new features be for traders? Also, if you guys have any other technical indicators that can create simple pools for instant notifications or any other ideas/advice please let us know!!
 

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