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    Senior Member raymond09's Avatar

    Is there a chart with better alerts? !!!

    I've been using freestockcharts and in general I like it, so I'd be looking for something similar, but one that allows you to set alerts to your indicators. Specifically I would like to be alerted when price when above or below moving averages. Does anyone know of a program or site that has such a feature?

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    Specialist Member runneroption's Avatar
    Not sure.. there are such options in mt4 and mt5 to set your signals to alert you when some predefined conditions are met.

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    Solid Member
    Hello Raymond09
    You'd probably like Meta Trader 4 (MT4). You can customize your indicators and even set alerts. I'm sure there's a link on this site that you can use to download the software
    Thanks

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    Legendry Member willyw's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by raymond09 View Post
    I've been using freestockcharts and in general I like it, so I'd be looking for something similar, but one that allows you to set alerts to your indicators. Specifically I would like to be alerted when price when above or below moving averages. Does anyone know of a program or site that has such a feature?
    I am using Metastock by Reuters Thomson. It can set alerts for indicators. Unfortunately It is not a freeware.

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    Senior Member LeeChang's Avatar
    TradeStation is also a great platform. I have used it in the past in connection with NinjaTrader and was totally satisfied from it.

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    Legendry Member willyw's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by LeeChang View Post
    TradeStation is also a great platform. I have used it in the past in connection with NinjaTrader and was totally satisfied from it.
    Yes tradestation is another good trading software which can be considered. It quite a reputable software and has been in the market for a long time. Another trading software is Amibroker which can can be considered too and the programming lanuage is very friendl-user too. You dont need to enage a programmer either do you need to have any programming knowledge.

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    Junior Member
    Let us start off by using the Candle Stick chart to analyze the historical perspective of the Asset. When looking at the chart we can see the Trend Line that has developed over the last few days and weeks. This will give us a good perspective on what to expect in the overall performance of the Asset. Next, we will switch to the Line chart to analyze the activity of the Asset over the last few hours leading up to the Trading Period where we want to start trading. The Candle Stick chart provides us with the general trend while the Line chart provides us with the current trend. These two perspectives are extremely valuable in deciding when to make a CALL, price going up, or PUT, price going down, Binary Options trade.

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