1. When do I sell my stock?
A rule of thumb says, when the price of stock drops below 10% of your purchase price or 10% from the maximum value after
your acquisition. Typically when a stock starts going down it drops below 10% then it keeps going down
until it finds bottom.
2. Why can't I simply set stop loss with my broker instead of setting an alert on SaralStocks?
You must set stop loss with the broker for any stock you own irrespective of whether you set alerts in SaralStocks
as these alerts will help you fine tune
your decision making. By adding conditional alerts, "when price goes up and volume goes up then .."
help you better identify points of interest on stock chart.
3. Why are earnings related alerts important?
Earnings announcement for a stock typically trigger stock price change, either upwards or downwards depending
upon multiple factors such as expectation from market, business conditions etc. By being aware in time
lets you make better decisions.