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msg #113695
Ignore dknoonan
5/25/2013 1:40:53 PM

Scottrade's alerts are not sophisticated enough to notify me to sell if this condition is met: ROC(7,1) above 2

So is SF a good way to get alerts? I think it would go like this:

1. Create a Watch List called My_Purchased_Stocks. Whenever I buy a stock, put it in this watch list.
2. Create a filter called Sell_has_been_Triggered. Activate the email icon. Filter would have this:

Fetcher[ROC(7,1) above 2
apply to watchlist(My_Purchased_Stocks)

Then I'd get an email in the evening to sell the triggered stock.

Any other tips on how to do this? Thanks.

3,869 posts
msg #113708
Ignore Kevin_in_GA
5/25/2013 8:11:46 PM

That's how I would do it.

642 posts
msg #113709
Ignore mahkoh
5/25/2013 8:14:02 PM


symlist(your stocks, separated by a comma)

add column ROC(7,1)

sort column 5 desending

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