Upper and lower limit alerts are a useful tool for investors in the stock market. These alerts allow you to set thresholds for certain stock prices, and receive notifications when those thresholds are breached. This can help you keep track of your investments and make informed decisions about when to buy or sell.
Upper limit alerts are triggered when a stock's price exceeds a predetermined maximum value. For example, if you set an upper limit alert on a stock at $50 per share, you will receive an alert if the price exceeds that threshold. This can help you identify when a stock's price is reaching a level that you are not comfortable with, and potentially sell before the price drops.
Lower limit alerts work in a similar way, but are triggered when a stock's price falls below a predetermined minimum value. For example, if you set a lower limit alert on a stock at $30 per share, you will receive an alert if the price falls below that threshold. This can help you identify when a stock's price is reaching a level that you may want to buy at, and potentially make a purchase before the price rises.
With Stock Alarm you can set both upper and lower limit alerts on stocks, etfs, crypto, indices, commodities, and more. When your alert triggers you will receive a notification via push notification, email, phone call, or text message.
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