I am attempting to set parameters for intraday classic patterns (eg - # of bars min/max, % of prices) - can any one give me some guidance? Also, a definition of what "min and Max" are??
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Currently the Recognia Strategy Builder Backtester analyzes results based on a 1 quarter buy and hold and rebalanced every quarter. Would it be possible to:
The alert email may include a link that will take you back to the website where you can login and see the chart/education page for the specific Technical Event we reported. If you do not have this link from your email, you can access all of your latest alert content online.
Our commitment is to have daily alerts available no less than 2 hours before the market opens so everyone should have them in their inboxes by 7 am local time to prepare for the day’s trading. In practice, the alerts arrive earlier, often 11pm local time after market close.
Typical price alerts notify you when a stock has crossed a specific price that was indicated when setting up the alert. Recognia email alerts notify you when something significant and meaningful changes based on our analytics.
Technical Event “Alerts” allow you to apply your screening criteria to a particular watch list, and get the latest opportunities delivered to your Inbox. Click on the Alerts section from the navigation menu.
Setting an email alert will allow us to notify you as we identify new opportunities that match your criteria, and save you the effort of checking back repeatedly.
Here are a few pointers to get “more” from the Technical Event Screener:
Typically the nightly process to identify Technical Events on daily charts is finished by 23:00 local time. There are some nights that vary, depending on the trading activity for the day and other factors such as stock splits, and historical price corrections sent from our data supplier.
Recognia automatically interprets the chart based on some 50+ different technical studies and chart patterns, each giving off their own independent signals about whether the stock may be bullish or bearish.
Watch lists provide a basket of stocks for the system to monitor throughout the trading day. Some watch lists are static lists of symbols, perhaps your own symbol list or the constituents of an index.
If you are starting from scratch, click the button “Create a Custom Watchlist”; give it a name and a description.