Alerts deal with automatic monitoring and processing of different events.

The terminal provides the following alerts:

  • “Reconnection with server”
  • “Loss of connection with server”
  • “Short margin”
  • “Target Margin Level reached”
  • “Balance Operation performed”
  • “Order activation”
  • “Activation of Trailing Stop”
  • “Order execution”
  • “Target Price Level reached”
  • “Price Change”
  • “Target Position Profit/Loss reached”
  • “Alarm clock”

Alerts may have the following states:

  • “In service”
    The alert is active. The alert monitors the corresponding event and triggers when the event occurs.
  • “Suspended”
    The alert is temporary suspended. It doesn’t monitor the corresponding event (see Suspending/resuming alerts). Time limitation is applied for an alert in the “Suspended” state (if one is set). When time runs out, the alert proceeds to the “Expired” state.
  • “Finished”
    An alert is stopped because it was triggered a specified number of times.
  • “Expired”
    An alert is stopped because it reached the expiration time.
  • “Aborted”
    An alert is stopped because it cannot be executed due to external reasons (for example, an order, the alert applied to, is deleted).