Types of Alerts

TrendSpider offers the traders to set up two types of alerts for receiving notifications i.e. Dynamic Alerts and Multi-Factor Alerts. In this documentation, we will understand these two alerts and how they work.

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Dynamic Price Alerts

A dynamic alert is created on the trend lines or indicators and notifies you whenever the price breaks through, touches, or bounces off of a trend line or indicator. For more information on setting up Dynamic Price Alerts, please refer to the documentation on- Create a Dynamic Price Alert

Create Dynamic Price Alerts

There are three different alert trigger conditions you can set while creating the dynamic price alerts:

  • Break Through Alert
  • Touch Alert
  • Bounce Alert

For more information on alert trigger conditions, please refer to the documentation on- Trigger Conditions

Multi-Factor Alerts

A multi-factor alert allows you to create different conditions at which a price or candlestick patterns or indicators cross. You can create such conditions using an intuitive visual editor and get notified whenever the defined conditions are triggered.

Setting Up Multi Factor Alerts

For more information, please refer to the documentation on- Create a New Multi-Factor Alert from Scratch

Multi-Factor Alerts support Multiple Timeframes and Multiple Data Types allowing you to combine entities (indicators or candles) across different time frames and have more than a single condition in the alert.

Moreover, the Script Manager makes it easy to organize all of your templates for Multi-Factor Alerts and Backtesting in a single place. With the help of Script Manager, you can create, edit and delete templates. For more information, please refer to the documentation on- Manage Alert and Backtest Templates with Script Manager

Using Script Manager with Multi Factor Alert

You can also clone any multi-factor alert from the Alerts widget. When an existing Multi-Factor Alert is cloned, a complete copy of all the configurations, conditions, and actions defined within it is done which you can use as a base for creating a new Multi-Factor Alert.

For more information, please refer to the documentation on- Clone a Multi-Factor Alert

Jun 22, 2022

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