India Trend Alerts is a tool within Alpha Builder that provides trends of symbols (Stocks, ETFs, Indices or Themes) in the Indian market. It allows users to stay updated on the latest trends and movements of specific symbols they follow or a default list of 30 popular stocks. The symbols are displayed in chronological order of trend start date.
Follow these easy steps to use Alpha Builder’s tool “India Trend Alerts” to visualise the trend of the symbols:
1. On the home-page, click “Alpha Builder” or select sub-menu item “ALPHA BUILDER” under the “TOOLS” head of the “PRODUCTS” menu.
2. On the “Alpha Builder” page and click on the orange button captioned “Alpha Builder“.
3. A menu on the left-side will open.
4. Click on the menu item “Stock/ETF alerts“.
5. The page will display the chronologically sorted symbols with their trend (Buy/Sell), date & rate when trend got changed along with their performance.
The user may click any of the symbols (with a dotted underline), which will take the user on the specific ‘Alpha Report‘ page for that symbol to have a detailed study of the symbol’s performance and view its latest news. Below are the five sample symbols depicting the aforementioned feature.
Alternatively, if the user types the specific symbol in the ‘Search box‘ at the top-middle of the page, then also the user will be taken to the specific ‘Alpha Report‘ page of that symbol. Below is the sample ‘Alpha Report’ of symbol ADANIPORTS.
If the user clicks on ‘Follow‘, then the user will only see those symbols under ‘India Trend Alerts‘ that they have ‘followed‘. The list of all the symbol(s) ‘followed‘ is also displayed on the right-side of each ‘Alpha Report‘ page, as shown in the example below.
This tool provides information on how the symbols are performing, indicating whether they are experiencing upward or downward trends. The user may utilise trend information to make informed decisions about their investments. The user can analyse trends, compare them with historical data, and use them as a basis for their investment strategies.