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CHARLYDW
Hello together,
posted May 31 '13 by charlydw
Hello together,

how can I switch from candlestick to line-pricechart?
How can I zoom the charts or delete one chart (RSI) on the screen?
Thank you very much in advance!

Many greetings,
Daniel

ALEX
There are 2 types of charts available: static and interactive.
posted Jun 01 '13 by alex
There are 2 types of charts available: static and interactive.

Static Chart is very simple and gives you a “line-pricechart” view and it always shows chart for the last 90 days.

Interactive Chart shows candlestick chart for price and allow you to zoom data by selecting different time frame at the header of the chart. It also allows you to turn on/off some charts, like Moving Averages, for example. Just click on a chart name at the bottom (legend section) to hide/show the chart.

There is a video tutorial about interactive chart available (sorry for the old design and computerized voice – we are working on a new version of video tutorials):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AnWsoyv2rRc

If you prefer a simple version over an interactive one or vice versa, just go to “My Settings” and change your preferences (Stock Analyzer section, Default Chart Type).

CHARLYDW
Hi Alex,
posted Jun 02 '13 by charlydw
Hi Alex,
thank you very much for the quick response :-)
With the static charts, the overview is even worst because you have to scroll echt time between the charts (but the Y-scales are better).

I have this problems with the interactive charts, and maybe this could be improve in further versions of your great software:
- It would be nice if all charts has the same lenght to compare it faster.
- We could save space if we combine the RSI and Stochastic in one chart
- more scalemarks on the Y-axis would be great
- a small switch to change candlestick in line....
Thank you very much for this great web content and have a nice day!
Many greetings,
Daniel

TRADINGOLIVES
Guys, I need help plotting RSI according to Weistien book on think or
posted Jun 09 '13 by tradingolives
Guys, I need help plotting RSI according to Weistien book on think or swing charting system.

ALEX
Plotting RSI
posted Jun 15 '13 by alex
Plotting RSI
Tradingolives, what kind of help you are looking for? There is a relatively detailed article in the Theory section:
http://www.stock2own.com/StockMarket/Theory/TechnicalAnalysis/RSI

Does it help?

TRADINGOLIVES
Thank you Alex for the reply
posted Jun 15 '13 by tradingolives
Thank you Alex for the reply
I was wondering which one is recommended by Weinstein book.
RSI or RS ?

ALEX
RS according to Weinstein's book
posted Jun 23 '13 by alex
RS according to Weinstein's book
This is a good question!
I read the book once again - thank you for making me do it! :-) - and Mr. Weinstein mentioned RS several times. Every time it seems that he is talking about Relative Strength:

"This is a measure of how stock is acting in relation to the overall market" (p.108) Mr. Weinstein is recommending to use S&P composite average as "overall market". I assume, this is true for US market.

So, RSI is showing how good or bad stock is doing compare to it's previous performance. RS is a measure of how stock is acting in relation to the overall market.

If you check S2O static chart (available to everyone in Watch List, regardless of your personal settings), you can see that RSI section is actually contains 3 charts:
- RSI of the stock
- RSI of the corresponding index (S&P for US, FTSE for Europe, NIKKEI for Asia market)
- RS - which shows how the stock is acting in relation to the corresponding index.

And I shall make it available on interactive charts as well. It is on my list...

ALEX
RS Chart
posted Jun 25 '13 by alex
RS Chart

Just added RSI of the index and RS charts to the interactive charts. Along with a weekly price chart.

It may require you to press Ctrl + F5 for a couple of times :-( I cannot figure it out - new script names, new versions, no cache - sometimes it works like a magic, sometimes does not. I'll get it sooner or later, but for now - sorry for the inconvenience. Just a first page load may show an old chart, but Ctrl + F5 will fix it. I hope it worth the trouble.

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