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What’s the difference between basic and advanced triggers?

Using basic triggers you can create simple alerts based on attributes such as -

    1. Last Traded Price of all scrips (including shares, commodities, F&O etc.)
    2. High Price of any scrip
    3. Low Price of any scrip
    4. Open Price of any scrip
    5. Previous Close Price of any scrip
    6. Last Traded Quantity of any scrip
    7. Average Trade Price of any scrip
    8. Volume Traded of a scrip
    9. Total Buy
    10. Total Sell
    11. Open Interest of particular contracts on the Exchange level
    12. Open Interest Day High of particular contracts on the Exchange level
    13. Open Interest Day Low of particular contracts on the Exchange level
    14. Day’s change
    15. Day’s change %
    With advanced triggers, you can combine multiple conditions to create alerts. For example, you can create a trigger if the Net volume traded for the day of Infosys is greater than that of TCS and also, the close price.

    VolumeTraded('NSE:INFY')> VolumeTraded('NSE:TCS') && ClosePrice('NSE:INFY')> ClosePrice('NSE:TCS')

    In this case, an alert will be triggered when both parts of the condition are satisfied because the && operator is binding the two separate conditions.


    When using and (&&) operators, an alert will only be triggered if both the conditions are satisfied.
    When using an OR operator, an alert will be triggered when either of the condition is satisfied.