I have been using Quicken's ShareAnalyser charting software for a while now.
It doesn't have all the bells and whistles that some of the more expensive packages have, but being an investor and not a trader, I don't need them either.
Imo the line drawing tools, indicators available (about 20 or so of the most common ones), full screen mode for displaying charts are excellent.
All the indicator settings and line drawing features are fully user customisable if you don't like the defaults.
The data provider is Hubb (in Sydney I think). End of day data is available for downloading from 6:30pm EDST.
SA also has an inbuilt scanner which allows you to scan for stocks using user defined scan criteria like looking for stocks that have fallen 10% in a specified time frame or whose moving averages have crossed etc etc. You don't have to know any computer programming to set up the scan criteria. It's all point and click.
So unless one is a serious full time trader (and even if one is), I can highly recommend at least having a look at SA as an option if looking for charting software. It's a lot cheaper than some of the so-called 'Rolls Royce' software are and with at least 80% of their features imo.
Yes, the chart I posted displayed the Fib's for the Mar03 - Sep05 uptrend, 3 and 10 day moving averages and the MACD and Stochastic indicators which are the main indicators I use on charts.
So, in keeping with my philosophy of KISS I thought why pay for a Rolls Royce when a mini-minor will easily meet my needs
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