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02/20/2019 |

TrendSpider User Guide: Creating Powerful Alerts With Conditional Criteria

At TrendSpider, we take pride in our alert system we created for users to apply to trendlines and upper indicators. We are now even more excited to announce that we have increased the abilities of this system to allow for complex conditional criteria to be created. To learn more about what we mean, check out the details in this blog!

Do you constantly stare at your chart waiting for all the indicators to all align? If so, this problem has come to a very quick halt. With the new conditional criterial alerts, you can input technical rules that you look for when trading and get alerted when these criteria become true. Follow this step-by-step guide to get your first conditional alert created today!

Creating Conditional Criteria Alerts

User Guide: Multi-Factor Price Alerts

Step 1: Click + to Add New Alert

Click the “+” button in the alerts column.

Add new alert in TrendSpider.

Step 2: Add Alert Details

Add alert details and choose between “All of the following” or “Any of the following”.

Add alert details in TrendSpider.

Step 3: Choose Conditional Criteria

Choose from conditional criteria to create your own unique signal in which the system will alert you when all conditions become true.

Example One:

Conditional alert criteria example in TrendSpider.

Example Two:

Conditional alert criteria example in TrendSpider.

Step 4: Choose “Expert Mode”

To choose conditions that may occur in other time frames, choose “expert mode”.

TrendSpider Alert Expert Mode.

Step 5: Save As Template

If this is a pattern you use often, make it a template by clicking the three dots next to “All of the following”.

Save alert as template in TrendSpider.

Step 6: Load From Template Library

If you would like to try out patterns from our library, you can test those out as well. NOTE: These are not meant to be traded on blindly and every trader should always do their DD before making any trade.

Alert Template Library in TrendSpider.