Learn from History – Advanced Charting
Charting is the most important tool for analyzing historical price patterns and discovering new trading opportunities. NeoTicker® EOD’s charting offers you a rich set of tools in a standalone, lightening fast package. The power and speed are simply beyond anything web-based charts can offer
Using 20 days highest high and lowest low, the chart above identifies the starting points of trends and mark them with triangles.
The triangles are actually plotted by an indicator. In addition to the traditional line and histogram plot styles, NeoTicker® EOD’s indicators offer many more plot styles to meet different requirements.
Renko and Kagi charts are specialized chart types for identifying support and resistance levels and reducing data noise.
Renko and Kagi charts are built into NeoTicker® EOD. NeoTicker® EOD has the unique capability to display these charts in the same window with regular candlesticks. Cross comparing Renko and Kagi formations with regular data is never easier.
NeoTicker® EOD’s indicator-on-indicator technology is so flexible you can apply indicators, and even trading systems, on Renko and Kagi charts. It opens up new analytical methods that are not possible on other platforms.
NeoTicker® EOD includes other specialized chart types – Three Line Break, Point and Figure and our own Superposition Charts.
The chart on the left is an example of a volume breakout signal that is based on average volume over 20 days. Breakouts are identified by vertical markings.
NeoTicker® EOD’s flexibility allows you to easily put together an identification signal just like this. Most customization can be done with simple formulas.
In this example, the volume breakout signal is an application of the highlight bar indicator, with the highlight condition set by a simple one-line formula.
Volume Profile lets you visualize volume traded at different price levels over a period of time.
Volume Profile reveals information that is not obvious from standard volume data. It’s a great tool to help determining support and resistance levels.