Most of these alert systems include volume surge parameters. Traders and investors are often more comfortable with, or more successfully implement, some types of alerts than others. By providing 6 alert systems in the subscription, we increase the odds that a subscriber will find a few that work particularly well for him.
Alerts vary in their effectiveness over time. Alert systems A, B, and C may work incredibly well for a year and then systems B, D, and F might work the best. After a time, systems C, A, and E may begin to work better. Then systems A, D, and B might become the most effective, and so on. By using a variety of alert systems, we increase our flexibility and ability to adapt to changing market environments. We give the one on the Alerts page as a kind of freebie as a way of thanking people for visiting our site. However, while it can be extremely useful, we do not believe it is the most powerful alert system. How clever would we be to give away our best and use the least effective to generate our income? We do believe that it can be a very effective tool as long as a person uses it as merely one element of a more comprehensive filtering process (the same is true of all alert systems). A stock can have a crossover signal but the context of that crossover can still be ugly from a tactical perspective. If there is strong overhead resistance nearby, the crossover may lure you into a whipsaw in which you end up having to sell shortly after taking the position (perhaps at a loss). Out of a list of 50 stocks that have had a crossover signal, there may be only a handful with behavior pattern contexts (chart patterns and/or valuations) that are attractive enough to be of interest. If the context of a stock (the overall pattern) is good, then the crossover can be a great signal that it is time to act.
To get a better idea of what these alerts look like, refer to the charts on the "Stock Alerts" page.
To return to the Alerts page (where you found the link that brought you here) click on Alerts.
To go to the "Stock Alerts" page where there is a general discussion of alerts (including some chart demonstrations) and a description of the StockAlerts subscription, click on Stock Alerts.
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