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All Currency Pair Charts
If you are an experience trader already, here you will have the opportunity to rediscover some of the fascinating properties of forex trading charts, refreshing your grasp of the subject, and perhaps even acquiring some new insights along the way. Our extensive forex charts section covers the nine most popular currency pairs. Every symbol page contains a real time live chart with historical data on all the most useful frequencies.
We also analyze the pair and tell you about the characteristics and how to trade it. Forex trading involves the sale of a currency, and the simultaneous purchase of another with the purpose of closing the position at a later time with a profit. The forex market is the most liquid and active market in the world. At every single second an enormous amount of transactions gets executed, with the total daily turnover being regularly estimated to reach trillions of dollars.
If we did not make use of an analytical tool such as a forex chart to place the data into a more compact form where it can be visually examined and analyzed, we would be in possession of a vast sea of difficult to interpret numbers. The forex trading chart, then, is a visual aid that makes the recognition of trends, and patterns in general easier, and makes the application of technical tools of analysis at all possible.
Charts are categorized according to the way price action is depicted as well as the time frame of the period being examined. This means that each candlestick on the graph presents the price data of a four-hour long period in a compact form. What happens inside that time period is irrelevant. If we had chosen an hourly chart, each candlestick on the chart above would be replaced by four different candlesticks.
There are many ways of depicting the price action on a forex trading chart. Bar charts, candlestick charts, line forex trading charts are a few of the many options available, with each offering its own advantages in some aspect of analysis and utility. But they all do the same thing: How to show more historic data? Use the zoom-out option. How to zoom out. How to select technical indicators. How to change the diagram type.
Heikin Ashi graph helps you detect trend - a feature you will only find on professional platforms. The Heikin-Ashi technique helps you identify a trend more easily and detect trading opportunities. Also you can use our Forecast Poll. This forex plot type is not considered to be valid to take positions but rather to perform a follow-up of your trading positions.
How to change your board into Heikin Ashi. With Equivolume, you can plot price and volume activity on a single graph, instead of having volume added as an indicator on the side. This tool draws the bars following their traded volume at a precise point in time the wider the bar, the bigger the volume. A very handy feature for those strategies whose key factor is volume. How to change your table into Equivolume.
You have plenty of options to draw on your graph, from lines including trend channels to arrows , going through rectangles, circles and much more. Another available option to benefit from is the one that allows to configure the color of each of the drawing you put on the board, as well as the line weight thin, regular or bold.
How to draw on your diagram. Establish profitable opportunities and swing possibilities with it. How to add Andrew Pitchfork. Map out the magnitude of price moves with Retracements and Arcs. These tools let you draw studies about the possible developments of a price based on its previous move. It can be calculated following different mathematical concepts Fibonacci, Gann…. While retracements are concerned with just the magnitude of moves, Arcs factor both magnitude and time, offering areas of future support or resistance that will move as time progresses.
How to add Retracements and Arcs. Determine trend direction with Linear Regression lines: How to add Regression lines. We offer a tool to compare graphs so you can analyze the price history of two assets and analyze relative performance over a period of time. The graph of both assets will be displayed in the same table, with the percentage of deviation in the left vertical axis. The starting point of both lines is zero.
You can edit the color and weight of each currency. How to compare assets. Our platform integrates two tools that automatically generate signals that highlight patterns on your diagram as soon as they occur. Our Interactive plot offers you indicators to detect patterns on Japanese Candlesticks see the list of Candlestick Patterns below.
This tool is very useful to get an immediate notification being displayed as soon as the pattern occurs. The Japanese candlestick theory establishes a series of patterns which are statistically previous to potential change or interruption of trends, a turning point in a current trend, etc.
Here are the Candlesticks Patterns that our board will recognize and automatically points: How to add a Candlestick Patterns Recognition indicator. Significative line crosses indicators system. Another tool you can use is our significative line crossing systems, including crossing averages, MACD cross and over zero signal. Such as the indicators that detect patterns in Japanese Candlesticks see above , the correct selection of your parameters are vital to avoid to be guided in your decisions by misleading signals.
How to add crosses indicators.