FAQ & TROUBLESHOOTIND DAY HAGAN EMAILS
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS AND TROUBLESHOOTING DAY HAGAN EMAIL SUBSCRIPTION
Frequently asked questions about Day Hagan Research Publication Emails.
December 15, 2016
Thank you for your interest in Day Hagan Financial Research Publications. Below are answers to frequently asked questions and what to do if the emails stop.
HOW DO I SUBSCRIBE TO THE DAY HAGAN EMAIL LIST?
Please visit either DayHagan.com or DHFunds.com. Top right corner of each website, click on the Subscribe link. This will take you to the subscribe form. Enter your email address, first name, last name, check which publications (must select at least one) you’d like to receive, the appropriate email format (HTML recommended), and click the Subscribe button at the end of the form.
You will receive a Please Confirm Subscription email that contains a link (Yes, subscribe me to this list) for you to click on to complete the subscription process. If you do not click on this link, you will not be added to the email list.
HOW DO I UNSUBSCRIBE TO THE DAY HAGAN EMAIL LIST?
Click on the Unsubscribe From This List link found at the bottom of each email. A new window will pop up saying “Unsubscribe Successful”. Then select the reason for unsubscribing, then click the Submit button.
Your email address will be unsubscribed from the email list immediately.
HOW DO I CHANGE MY EMAIL ADDRESS?
Click on the Update Subscription Preferences link found at the bottom of each email. The Update Your Preferences window will pop up. Make any needed changes, such as updating the email address, changing which items you’d like to receive, etc. When done, click on the Update Profile button at the bottom to save changes.
I GET TOO MANY EMAILS – CAN I CUT DOWN ON THE EMAIL VOLUME?
Can cut down on the email volume by subscribing to only those publications that you want. To change which items you receive click on the Update Subscription Preferences link found at the bottom of each email. The Update Your Preferences window will pop up. Make any needed changes, such as changing which items you’d like to receive. When done, click on the Update Profile button at the bottom to save changes.
HOW OFTEN WILL I RECEIVE EMAILS?
The short answer – it varies. We offer several different Research Publications and they become available at different times.
- Day Hagan Research Update varies depending on current financial market events, but generally goes out at least twice a month, sometimes weekly.
- Day Hagan Tech Talk is weekly.
- Day Hagan Strategy Updates are monthly.
- Day Hagan Trade Notifications are monthly.
- Day Hagan Insights varies, but generally a few times a year.
- Day Hagan Events varies, a few times a year.
DO WE SELL OR DISTRIBUTE OUR EMAIL LIST?
We are committed to keeping your e-mail address confidential. We do not sell, rent, or lease our subscription lists to third parties, and we will not provide your personal information to any third party, individual, government agency, or company at any time unless compelled to do so by law.
We use your e-mail address solely to provide timely information about Day Hagan Asset Management and Mutual Funds.
Day Hagan Asset Management will maintain the information you send via e-mail in accordance with applicable federal law.
HELP! NO LONGER RECEIVING DAY HAGAN EMAILS.
First, check the Spam Folder. If the emails are there, move them to your Inbox and mark them as Not Spam. Then add the following Day Hagan e-mail addresses and domain to your address book, contacts, and/ or "Safe Senders" list. Remember that you may receive e-mail messages from several Day Hagan addresses.
- Domain: DayHagan.com
If the emails are not in the Spam Folder, they may be caught in the company level spam filters. Add Day Hagan email addresses and domain to your address book, contacts, and/ or Safe Senders list. The emails may start to appear in your inbox (usually takes care of the problem). Remember that you may receive e-mail messages from several Day Hagan addresses.
- Domain: DayHagan.com
If the emails do not appear in your inbox after adding the Day Hagan email addresses, then contact your company’s IT department and ask them to whitelist Day Hagan’s domains (DayHagan.com and DHFunds.com) and the following ranges of IP addresses:
For step-by-step instructions on how to add email address to you address book, contacts, or Safe Senders List, please refer to the Add Day Hagan To Your Safe Sender List Handout.
Have a wonderful week,
Client Administration and Marketing
Day Hagan Asset Management
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