Real time desktop push alerts for 8 currencies and 28 pairs are available to all forex traders. These are browser-based push alerts for Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari browsers. These real time push alerts will tell any forex trader when the market is moving across 8 different currencies in real time, so trade entries can be greatly improved. We will show traders how to set up the push alerts below. Traders can also be notified when the forex market is moving via push alert with our mobile app.
What Do The Push Alerts Look Like?
The push alerts are a popup window on your web browser that pops up from the bottom of your screen. When one of the 8 top, most liquid currencies starts consistent movement, you get a web browser push alert that pops up on your desktop computer or laptop screen. Install them on any one of the major web browsers. They work well even when the browser is minimized.
In the above example you are getting a push alert that the AUD (Australian Dollar) is weak in the Asian session. You will get push alerts for the USD, CAD, EUR, GBP, CHF, JPY, AUD and NZD pairs using this alert system. Alerts will be sent in the main trading session and in the Asian trading session, essentially all of the time the forex market is open.
After You Receive A Push Alert
In the example above the popup alert says that the AUD is weak. In this case you may be able to sell the AUD/USD or buy the EUR/AUD. When you get the push alert for the AUD pairs go check the condition of the market on the AUD pairs, like the larger rends trends or AUD weakness signals.
Example trade: You receive an alert for AUD weakness and choose to sell 6 mini lots on the AUD/CHF. You see that the AUD/CHF is trending down on the D1 time frame. It drops about 40-50 pips, then you set your stop to breakeven and scale out 3 profitable lots. You re-assess the market and hold the three remaining lots because the D1 downtrend looks like it will continue. You now have a change to make more pips riding the trend.
This is an example for one currency and one pair. But now you have an opportunity to trade more than one pair at a time off of one alert. You could have sold the AUD/USD and AUD/JPY along with the AUD/CHF and the pips totals would start to be very high off of one alert. You have now opened up possibilities of trading 8 currencies and 28 pairs using this effective desktop push alert system.
How To Intall The Push Alerts
Using Safari, Chrome or Firefox browsers on your desktop computer or laptop. Set up a “Pushed” account using an email address and password.
This is not a mobile app download this a desktop push alert notification system for Chrome, Firefox or Safari Browsers.
Login to your Pushed account on the web (not your phone). Send an email to our admin@ email address at Forexearlywarning and ask for invitation to access the Forexearlywarning Market Scanner notification stream.
When you receive the invite email and click on “accept” to start receiving push alerts in your online desktop account. Look under the “subscriptions” tab in your online account to verify that you are subscribed to the Forexearlywarning Market Scanner.
Enable Browser To Accept Push Alerts
Most browsers block all popup windows, so you must go into the browser settings to allow push alerts from a website. Here is an example of how to adjust the browser settings on the Firefox browser. For the “Pushed” website you allow push notifications then allow popup windows.
Push Alerts Stream
After you enable your browser to accept push alerts, you will begin receiving popup/push alerts and the push alerts stream will start to populate. You can view the timeline of desktop push alerts in your web browser also. Just login to your pushed account and go to the “timeline page”. Your timeline page should look like this after it populates for a few days.
The push alerts history is visible in reverse chronological order, with time stamps. Click on “devices” and “subscriptions” in the left side menu to check your setup.
Normal browser controls work well because this is a web page. You can refresh the screen, or hit the Crtl+ and Ctrl- buttons to enlarge or magnify the screen. You can also bookmark the “Timeline” page and make sure you stay logged in, then minimize the browser.
Push Alerts To Your Mobile Device
Now that you are set up with your desktop push alerts for 8 currencies, you can set up the same push alerts for any Android or iOS mobile app. Instructions setting up our forex mobile app for 28 pairs are also available.