About RNSalert

About RNSalert

Background

RNSalert is the creation of Daniel Procter, who has been a dabbler in the stock market since the financial crash of 2008.

Since taking the small step but giant leap into the world of private investment on the stock market, Daniel has always been interested in using his skills as a web developer to find ways to make the life of a novice stock trader easier and, as much as possible, more successful!

In this pursuit, in 2009, Daniel setup 'Discuss The Market': a website that gives private investors the power to communicate with fellow investors across several platforms all in real-time. This includes keeping track of the very latest goings on across several popular bulletin boards, real-time chat, write articles and a whole lot more: all geared towards the needs of a private-investor.

Creating 'Discuss The Market' provided the solution to the problem of getting instant feedback from fellow investors: after all, the decision of investing in a company isn't one to be taken lightly, especially in these financial times! But, there was still a problem. What almost every private investor will say to themselves at least a hundred times is:

What does RNSalert do?

Have you ever thought: 'If only I'd have got in (or out!) sooner!' or 'I haven't got time to keep checking for news!'

If the answer is 'Yes' then RNSalert is for you. RNSalert saves you time by sending out RNS news alerts to your chosen device, either your computer, your mobile phone or your Twitter account. We have all seen it: that massive spike on a long-awaited RNS release. With RNSalert you now have a chance, at least, to get in (or out), before it has reached its peak! (or its trough!)

RNSalert provides you with a means to get alerted to the existance of important market news, released via the London Stock Exchange RNS channel, within minutes of it being released, thus giving you the chance to make your trades before it's too late!

SMS, Twitter or Email Alerts

With RNSalert is possible to be alerted by either SMS, Twitter or email (or all three!). If you choose our popular Twitter delivery method and your mobile is linked to your Twitter account, you can benefit from Twitter's SMS notification service, thus providing you with free RNS alerts via SMS using Twitter!

Chances are, there are times when you cannot read your email but you are able to receive SMS alerts by mobile. Our SMS or Twitter RNS alert services are perfect for this.

If you aren't a fan of social media, or you do not have a Twitter account, you can select our dedicated SMS based service which sends SMS alerts directly to your mobile phone. There's not many places in the world where we cannot send an SMS! Check out our SMS coverage page for full details.

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