The new Financial Calendar shows a snap-shot of loaded data at each point of time.
By means of the financial calendar, you can set a time alert in TradersYard X for the most important dates and even show that information in the chart at the specific date and time of the event. Should you need to see all changes it is necessary to reload the financial calendar (there is no automatic transfer of data).
You have the option to choose Economic, Earnings, Holidays, and Dividend Dates, more details below the image.
Show most important economic events which drive the worldwide markets, each event is referred to the currencies it will affect the most.
List of companies that are giving out earning reports at this date.
Worldwide Holidays and therefore closed exchanges are listed here.
List of companies that are paying dividends at this date.
Here you can choose for which countries you want to load the specific information.
Specify for which time period you want to look at the information.
The right-click on a calendar will open the context menu with the following options:
- 1.Create Time Alert allows creating time alert visible on a chart
- 2.MS Excel Export: exports all information into a CSV file.
The Create Time Alert definition popup allows you to input the following values:
Date and time of the (next) reminder
The reason for alert (set manually)
Repetition frequency for the time alert. If no repetition frequency is entered here, the alert will be triggered only once.
The sound to be played when the alert is triggered. If no sound is selected, the reason for the alert will be spoken by a synthetic voice.
An Email address can be entered (e.g. [email protected]). If the price alert gets triggered a notification will be sent per email.
If the price alert gets triggered a notification will be sent as a popup.
Enable mobile notification
Deletes the alert
Custom user input
Display alert on Chart
Display alert only on exact Instrument Chart
Color of alert
Important! Alert can only be placed for events that are in the future not in the past.