Lux Algo Premium Alerts

Options for setting alerts on Lux Algo in TradingView.

LuxAlgo Premium Alert Conditions

The Lux Algo Premium indicator has various alert conditions based on each signal mode included in the indicator. Once you are comfortable with our signal terminology you should be able to understand what each of these alerts does, with the exception of the normal buy turn strong and normal sell turn strong alerts, these are explained below.

Normal Buy Turn Strong

The normal buy turn strong alert condition triggers an alert once a previous normal buy signal is considered strong. You can see when such alert would have occurred by looking at the candle colors when the confirmation simple candle color mode is enabled, with a normal buy turning strong occurring when the color of the candle is green while the preceding candle color is purple.

Normal Sell Turn Strong

Like with the normal buy turn strong alert the normal sell turn strong alert condition triggers an alert once a previous normal sell signal is considered strong. Such alert would be triggered when a candle color is red while the preceding candle color is purple.

Using Placeholders With Confirmation/ Contrarian Alerts

When creating an alert using 'Any Confirmation' or 'Any Contrarian' it is possible to use placeholders so that the alert message returns the type of signal that triggered the alert.

In order to do so, past the following line in the message field:

Buy : {{plot_0}} | Sell : {{plot_2}} | Strong Buy: {{plot_1}} | Strong Sell : {{plot_3}}

All In One Alert Setup

The all in one alert setup allows to create one alert using various conditions, this allows to bypass the limit of one alert for free user as well as making the process of updating many alerts faster and easier.

In order to create a all in one alert go to the indicator settings, and scroll down to the 'ANY ALERT() FUNCTION CALL CONDITIONS' section.

Toggle on the conditions of interest. Now create a new alert, in the first Condition drop-down menu select the LuxAlgo Premium indicator, in the second drop down menu select Any alert() function call, you can then create the alert.

All in one alerts use once per bar close by default.

All in one alerts do not differ from regular alerts, they will be using the same indicator settings as the one used during their creation. Note however that you cannot set a custom message for all in one alerts, the message displayed when the selected conditions trigger will be the same as the one used in the same individual alert conditions.

Updating All In One Alerts

If you already set a all in one alert and want to change the indicator settings or want to toggle on another condition all you need to do is edit the alert you want to update, select the second instance of the indicator in the first Condition drop-down menu and then click on save.