The Stockopedia Charts Guide
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The Stockopedia Charts Guide

About the Book

A subscription to includes one of the most powerful and accessible charting and technical analysis packages on the web. In this Guide we’ll explain how you can use it to create, annotate, save and share your technical studies.

About the Authors

Edward Page Croft
Edward Page Croft

Ed Page Croft is the founder and CEO of investment website Stockopedia. Ed is a trained investment manager and programmer who aims to bring the art of smarter investment decision making to a wider audience through the web.

Table of Contents

    • Introduction
  • Exploring the Charts
    • Search & Comparisons
      • Comparisons - adding multiple stocks
      • Removing Securities from the Search Box
      • Changing the colour of a line
    • Timeframes & Periodicity
      • Periodicity
      • Timeframes
      • Mouse & Multi-touch Gesture Control
    • Chart Types
      • Chart Type Basics
      • Line Charts
      • Candlestick Charts
      • Bars
      • Area
      • Heikin Ashi
      • Point & Figure
    • Settings & Sharing
      • Full Screen Mode
      • Saving, Printing and Sharing
      • Settings
    • Saved Templates
    • Drawing Tools
      • Drawing Basics
      • Annotations
      • Shapes
      • Lines
      • Measurements
    • Event Flags
      • Folio Events
      • Company Events
    • Overlays & Indicators
      • Inline Descriptions
      • Overlays
      • Indicators
  • Appendix - Overlays & Indicators
    • Overlays
      • Moving Averages
      • Zig Zags
      • Bollinger Bands
      • ATR Bands
      • ATR Trailing Stops
      • Parabolic SAR
      • Ichimoku Clouds
      • Donchian Channels
      • Pivot Points
    • Indicators
      • MACD
      • RSI
      • Momentum Indicator
      • Stochastics
      • Commodity Channel Idx
      • Williams %R
      • ADX/DMS
      • Aroon Oscillator
      • On Balance Volume
      • Williams Acc / Dist
      • Volume Oscillator
      • Money Flow Index
      • Average True Range
      • Standard Deviation
      • Volume Chart
      • Correlation Coefficient

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