The Charts window displays the graph of the selected instrument. You can draw graphical objects and add indicators to the chart. You can choose the type of chart: candles, bars, line, area, or clusters. The chart can be built not only with a time interval, but also based on ticks, volume, delta, or with a selected range (range chart).
To open a new chart, select Open → Chart in the main menu.
The Charts window includes:
Using the main toolbar, you can:
If you go to Settings and options, you can:
The drawing toolbar contains the main graphic objects, the magnet mode, and a function to block all objects. You can also hide all objects by clicking the icon below.
Chart settings toolbar
The chart settings toolbar contains most of the chart settings and is divided into three tabs: basic settings, cluster settings, and trading settings.
You can save and load chart templates through the chart settings toolbar. The chart template includes all settings, including indicators and graphical objects.
You can enable the chart settings toolbar in the following ways:
To collapse or expand the chart settings toolbar, click on the words Chart settings in the left part of the toolbar. To close this toolbar, click on the Close button in the lower part.
The trading from chart toolbar allows you to complete trading operations through the Charts window.
Enable/disable the trading-from-chart toolbar in the main chart toolbar can be accomplished by the following methods:
To collapse or expand the chart settings toolbar, click on the words Trading from a chart in the right part of the toolbar. When the toolbar is collapsed, all trading functions are saved. If the toolbar is closed, all trading functions are disabled.
The chart area displays the instrument chart itself with the selected indicators, along with the histogram for the selected period.
By right-clicking on the chart area, you can proceed to the next menu:
A dynamic DOM is displayed in the DOM area.
The chart scroll bar is located below the chart area. It allows you to scroll through the chart using a mouse.