July 18, 2017

Receive Instant Trade Alert Updates Via Twitter

Many of you have asked for a better way to receive stock trade alerts “instantly” so that you don’t miss out on fast moving trades. We want you to know that we’ve listened. Here are two SIMPLE options for receiving notifications instantly, every time we issue a trade alert or trade update. 

Option 1. As a Twitter subscriber with the App on your phone. (This is the most reliable.)

Subscriber to Twitter
If you are already a Twitter subscriber and want to take full advantage of Twitter’s functionality, all you have to do is follow Wanderer Financial on Twitter and enable notifications from us. It’s pretty simple!

Search for wandererfinance from within Twitter and follow us. Once you’re following us, click on the little notifications symbol (as seen in the picture on the left.) Choose “All Tweets”.

That’s it. You’re all set. For complete instructions on enabling notifications for iOS and Android devices click this link.

NOTE:  If you are not yet a Twitter subscriber and do not have the app on your phone, then it’s still pretty easy.

– Download the Twitter app to your phone.
– Open the app and sign up for a free account.
– Search for “wandererfinance or Wanderer Financial” and click to follow us.
– Once you’re following us, click on the little notifications symbol (as seen in the picture above on the left.) Choose “All Tweets”.  Now you will receive an instant notification on your home screen anytime we post a twitter update.  You do NOT need to have your app open, nor do you even need to open the app to check the tweet.  You also do not need to rely on text message delivery to receive notifications.

For complete instructions on enabling notifications for iOS and Android devices click this link.

*This is a free service from Twitter®, however, data and messaging rates may apply. Check with your carrier to determine your data rates.

 

 


Option 2 – If you do not have an existing Twitter account, subscribe to our text message stock trade alerts this way:

Even if you are not a Twitter subscriber, you can still receive a text message alert delivered to your phone from Twitter for free whenever Wanderer Financial issues a trade alert or update. To sign up for this service and get started is as easy as can be. If you are in the United States*, simply text the following message to the shortcode number 40404: Follow wandererfinance

Get instant updates without a Twitter account

That’s it. It’s that easy. From that point on, you’ll receive instant text alerts every time we issue a trade alert or update. You don’t even need to have a Twitter account or have the Twitter app on your phone to make this happen.

A couple of notes:
*The shortcode number 40404 is valid for all major US carriers within the United States. If you live outside of the United States, please click here to receive your country and carrier’s proper shortcode.
**For complete details, instructions, and options for subscribing to Wanderer Finance twitter alerts via sms text message, click here. We encourage you to read the details as this is a service provided by Twitter®.
***This is a free service from Twitter®, however, data and messaging rates may apply. Check with your carrier to see if you have unlimited text messaging.
****If you have an existing Twitter® account and you enable text message alerts, you will receive an alert from Twitter for every account that you have enabled notifications for.  You can adjust these settings in your Preferences > Settings and Privacy > Notifications > Push Notifications > Tweets.  You will see a list of the accounts for which you have agreed to received notifications, and make changes there.  For complete instructions visit this link.
*****This service relies on text messaging through cell towers, and when traffic is heavy on a network, alerts may be delayed in their delivery.  Twitter says the following:  “If you’re experiencing a delay receiving Twitter SMS text message updates to your phone, this is most often due to heavy traffic on your carrier’s network. This issue usually resolves itself after a while.”  If this happens to you, consider using the mobile app and enabling notifications.