SiadoreR

MultiPrice Alert

This is an alert script using Pinescript version 4. This enables one to set 5 alerts (1 StopLoss, 4 Targets), on 3 different symbols, at using a single alert in the UI .
Every visible line will only appear on the symbols that are selected. After setting targets when making an alert, select this indicator as a condition. Change the name to whatever you want, usually the names of the set of tickers.
The Alert message is dyanmic showing which Symbol with each type of alert, at whatever price.

Ability to disable the targets + symbols.
Alerts work by Stop Loss crossing under price and Targets Cross Over. Enabling the "Short" Targets reverses this.
The line that is being displayed is actually the price of the asset being moved over x number of bars. I have not found a way to plot a traditional horizontal line, as the code for it uses a fixed price.
As it being a user input, it is a variable. Any help with this would be appreicated.

Alerts are set to once per bar.

Known bug that sometimes if the prices that you set are inside the current candle stick, then your alert will immeaditally fire, either change the timeframe or let it fire and wait fo


After a target is hit, I reccomend setting the alert to 0 and REMAKING the alert. You MUST REMAKE THE ALERT AFTER ANY CHANGES. This script WILL NOT CHANGE ALERTS AS YOU CHANGE SETTINGS.
TradingView Alerts are not this smart , at least I haven't found a way to do this yet.
Release Notes: Release Notes: Had multiple Security Calls for no reason, deleted the. Quality of life'd some of the code. Please notify of any bugs.

REMAKE THE ALERT EVERY TIME YOU CHANGE SOMETHING. The alerts are NOT live. You MUST remake it if you change ANY settings and expect the alert to go off.
Release Notes: Fixed Alerts, typos.
Open-source script

In true TradingView spirit, the author of this script has published it open-source, so traders can understand and verify it. Cheers to the author! You may use it for free, but reuse of this code in a publication is governed by House Rules. You can favorite it to use it on a chart.

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Everyone please check MultiAlert Lite
Much more practical and useful in my opinion. This is a concept, but much too clunky.
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it repaints?
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SiadoreR kr0ss0m
@kr0ss0m, If an Alert goes off you'll have to remake the alert setting whatever target went off to zero if you don't want it go off again.
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