Chart Module

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In order to open the chart of the selected instrument, you have to choose Add Chart, which is available in the context menu (opened by right-clicking on the instrument in the Dealing Rates window). Delta Trading's Chart Module visualises the changes in the quotes, shows the currency fluctuations, price history, and will be your primary focus while performing technical analysis. With the Chart Module you can also place orders in the selected instrument. You can open up to to 9 charts. You can set it in the Settings window (Tools menu). By default, this number is set to 4.

 

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                                         Y-Axis and X-Axis

 

The Y-axis is located along the right side of the Chart window. It displays the instrument's price values. The X-axis is located along the bottom side of the Chart window. It displays the chart interval's date/time. The figures shown in red on the Y-axis display the current price of the traded instrument.

Chart Module Toolbar

The Chart Module Toolbar gives you access to an extensive set of tools to help your analysis of the market and Forex trading (see a detailed description of these tools here):

 

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Context Menu

When you right-click over the chart area, the following menu appears:

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Except indicators, you have access to:

Opens New order with entered Limit/Stop prices depending on what level/point of scale is opened the menu;
Checks the Price window of this instrument;
If you have an open position in this instrument, you can check the Position history or Last Orders window, which contain the last 1000 orders in this instrument;
Opens the Alerts window to add alerts for result or price;
Shows information about the selected instrument, such as trading hours, margin requirements, swap points, etc., if available;
Average and maximum deviation of prices for a certain interval (the number of displayed only visible points):

- average deviation in High-Low (AvgHL) or Open-Close (AvgOC)

- maximum divergence in High-Low (MaxHL) or Open-Close (MaxOC)

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