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The First Charting brand has been well known in the active trader
community. The First charting suite of products and services, as well as
trading education, provides global, real-time market data and professionallevel decision support to individual investors and active traders worldwide.
Included in this brand are the desktop software products First Charting,
First Charting, Advanced Edition, as well as a browser-based version ,
designed for use on mobile devices and smart phones.
The First Charting products provide reliable stock, futures, Forex and
options market quotes and the fastest connections possible because they
are backed by one of the most technically advanced infrastructures
available, capable of handling the ever-changing demands of the market.
Engineered and operated internally, the advanced IP multicast backbone,
boasting multiple, geographically dispersed server farms, fed with live data
from direct, redundant connections with exchanges all over the world is
the building block that supports the sophisticated infrastructure and what
makes the awards won by these products well deserved.
First Charting Charting platform is based on Silverlight and takes advantage
of all the latest features found in this browser based technology designed
by Microsoft. Microsoft Silverlight is a cross-platform technology that runs
on Windows, Mac and Linux inside a wide variety of web browsers
including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Chrome and many
Dynamic Financial Charting
First Charting Charting supports real-time charting for stocks, futures and
options. Updates can be made to the chart in real-time while the market is
trading. Users may add technical indicators, line studies or change colour
properties via the built-in functions and properties.
Supported Timeframes (1 min, 5 min, 10 min, 15 min, 30 min 60 min, Daily,
Weekly, Monthly)
Provision to search for the stock/commodities symbols.
Can download the IEOD Data (1 min, 5 min, 10 min, 15 min, 30 min 60
min) and EOD data (Daily, Weekly, Monthly Data) into a csv file format.
First Charting features over 60 popular technical indicators that may be
customized by the end user, complete navigational extended line styles and colour
properties, user-drawn line studies, portfolio screen, and a L1 quote screen.
Simple Moving Average, Bollinger Bands, Accumulative Swing Index, Aroon
Oscillator, Chaikin Money Flow, Chaikin Volatility, Chande Momentum Oscillator,
Commodity Channel Index, Comparative Relative Strength, Detrended Price
Oscillator, Directional Movement System, Ease of Movement, Exponential Moving
Average, Fractal Chaos Bands, Fractal Chaos Oscillator, High - Low Bands, Historical
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Regression R' Squared, Linear Regression Slope, MACD, MACD Histogram, Mass
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Volume trend, Price Number Bands, Price Number Oscillator, Rainbow Oscillator,
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Time Series Moving Average, Trade Volume Index, TRIX, True Range, Typical Price,
Ultimate Oscillator, Variable Moving Average, Vertical Horizontal Filter, Volume
Oscillator, Volume ROC, Weighted Close, Weighted Moving Average, Welles Wilder
Smoothing, Williams % R, Custom Indicator.
Also Available
Cross Hair, Rectangle, Ellipse, Fibonacci Time Zones, Fibonacci Arcs, Gann
Fan, Quad Lines, Speed Lines, Tirone Levels, Trend Lines, Vertical Lines
Access real-time and historic data for over 600 instruments from of
Indian Exchanges.
Please note that the Silverlight based platform is a thin client that does not
offer scripting capabilities, therefore alerts, back testing, automated
trading and scanning are not implemented. First Charting is compatible
with all operating systems and web browsers listed on the Microsoft
Silverlight page.
Customization Services
First Charting Charting team of highly skilled, professional financial
software consultants can program any type of modification based on your
individual needs at a very affordable rate.
3 chart-types, 9 timeframes and over
200+ analytical tools.
 Back testing features.
 Working with MQL4 will be easier: there
will be more data types, structures,
classes; it’ll be easier to transfer C++
source codes into MQL4, EA execution
speed will increase.
Basic Candlestick Patterns
SPINNING TOPS Candlesticks:
Candlesticks with a long upper shadow, long lower shadow and small real bodies
are called spinning tops. The colour of the real body is not very important.
The pattern indicates the indecision between the buyers and sellers.
The small real body (whether hollow or filled) shows little movement from open to
close, and the shadows indicate that both buyers and sellers were fighting but
nobody could gain the upper hand.
Even though the session opened and closed with little change, prices moved
significantly higher and lower in the meantime. Neither buyers nor sellers could
gain the upper hand, and the result was a standoff.
If a spinning top forms during an uptrend, this usually means there aren't many
buyers left and a possible reversal in direction could occur.
Marubozu Candlesticks
Sounds like some kind of voodoo magic, huh? "I will cast the evil spell of
the Marubozu on you!" Fortunately, that's not what it means. Marubozu
means there are no shadows from the bodies. Depending on whether the
candlestick's body is filled or hollow, the high and low are the same as its
open or close. Check out the two types of Marubozus in the picture
A White Marubozu contains a long white body with
no shadows. The open price equals the low
price and the close price equals the high price.
This is a very bullish candle as it shows that buyers
were in control the entire session. It usually
becomes the first part of a bullish continuation or a
bullish reversal pattern.
A Black Marubozu contains a long black body with
no shadows. The open equals the high and
the close equals the low. This is a very bearish
candle as it shows that sellers controlled the price
action the entire session. It usually implies bearish
continuation or bearish reversal.
DOJI Candlestick
Doji candlesticks have the same open and close
price or at least their bodies are extremely short. A doji
should have a very small body that appears as a thin
 Doji candles suggest indecision or a struggle for turf
positioning between buyers and sellers. Prices move
above and below the open price during the session, but
close at or very near the open price.
 Neither buyers nor sellers were able to gain control and
the result was essentially a draw.
 There are four special types of Doji candlesticks. The
length of the upper and lower shadows can vary and
the resulting candlestick looks like a cross, inverted
cross or plus sign. The word "Doji" refers to both the
singular and plural form.
If a Doji forms after a series of candlesticks with
long hollow bodies (like White Marubozus), the Doji
signals that the buyers are becoming exhausted
and weakening. In order for price to continue rising,
more buyers are needed but there aren't anymore!
Sellers are licking their chops and are looking to
come in and drive the price back down.
If a Doji forms after a series of candlesticks with
long filled bodies (like Black Marubozus), the Doji
signals that sellers are becoming exhausted and
weak. In order for price to continue falling, more
sellers are needed but sellers are all tapped out!
Buyers are foaming in the mouth for a chance to
get in cheap.
If a Doji forms after a series of candlesticks with long filled bodies (like Black
Marubozus), the Doji signals that sellers are becoming exhausted and weak.
In order for price to continue falling, more sellers are needed but sellers are
all tapped out! Buyers are foaming in the mouth for a chance to get in cheap.
While the decline is sputtering due to lack of new sellers, further buying
strength is required to confirm any reversal. Look for a white candlestick to
close above the long black candlestick's open.
In the next following sections, we will take a look at specific candlestick
formations and what they are telling us. Hopefully, by the end of this lesson
on candlesticks, you would know how to recognize candlestick patterns and
make sound trading decisions based on them.
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