Features

Drawing Tools


A wide range of graphical tools to define turning points, support and resistance levels. Available with a simple mouse click.

Buy, Sell, Exit and Text

Texts, entry and exit levels can be freely inserted in the various charts you are using. Useful for writing and memorizing your own notes.

Lines

These analytical tools allow to trace the trend line and more vertical and horizontal lines to indicate time spaces and / or support and resistance levels.

Interactive Lines

The interactive lines allow you to check the deviation between two points and the time space in which it occurred. The alert line allows you to set a value that, when reached, will emit an alert sound.

Elipse

This non-analytical tool allows you to draw an ellipse on areas of the chart that you need to highlight.

Rectangle

This tool is also aimed at highlighting some particular areas of the chart.

Free Hand

Another non-analytical tool intended for free-hand drawing, therefore with total user control.

Speed Lines

A technical analysis tool used to determine potential areas of support and resistance on the chart.

Gann Fann

Analysis tool that aims to identify the inversion points by considering the time and the range of price oscillation.

Quadrant Lines

Useful analytical tool that divides the maximum-minimum range of the chart by dividing the area into four areas: 0-25%, 25-50%, 50-75% and 75-100%.

Raff Regression

Graphic analysis that provides a precise method to define an asset trend and its limits.

Error Channels

Starting from the trend line two lines are drawn parallel to standard deviations of distance that allow to determine support and resistance levels.

Fibonacci Arcs

Fibonacci arcs are generated according to Fibonacci percentages to identify areas of support or resistance.

Fibonacci Fan

An analytical tool consisting of three fan lines projected at intervals of 38.2%, 50% and 61.8%, which identifies retracement points.

Fibonacci Time Zones

Vertical lines are displayed according to the Fibonacci progression. Each value and therefore each line represents a possible time level of inversion.

Fibonacci Retracements

That is, levels at Fibonacci levels, 0%, 23.6%, 38.2%, 50%, 61.8 (, 100 &, 161.8%, 261.8%, 423.6% of the price range. Part of this level is retracement, others are extension of the movement.

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