Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Investor/RT Webinar - Multi-Pane Charting - 10/16 @ 1pm EDT

Title: Investor/RT Multi-Pane Charting
Date: Friday, October 16, 2009
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT

The video of this webinar is now available at: http://www.screencast.com/t/mRvAasVZGi

After further consideration, I've decided to create a video which will cover many of these charting basics. This video will be a prerequisite for the Webinar and allow us to move quicker, get to questions faster, get to more advanced aspects, and get a lot more accomplished. The webinar will essentially serve to fill in any holes left by the video and to discuss more advanced charting-related topics not covered in the video. The video is 29 minutes and can be located at: http://www.screencast.com/t/PFwyPPs3A

If you'll take the time to watch the video prior to the Webinar, you should get much more out of the event. Also, please jot down any questions that may come to mind while watching the videos and bring them to the Webinar, or go ahead and post those questions as comments below this blog so I can review before the webinar.

Use the link below to register for the webinar:


The webinar will be recorded and posted in our videos section in the event you are unable to attend.

The list of topics below were covered in the video above.

- Changing Symbols
- Changing Periodicity
- Instrument Drawing Style (update instrument window)
- Zooming and Scrolling
- Adding Indicators
- Drawing Tools
- Sharing Charts (charthub)
- Chart Preferences (session, view period, colors, etc)
- Duplicating Charts (templates)
- Floating Windows

We will expand on what was demonstrated in the video, as well as cover more advanced topics such as:

- adding multiple symbols to a chart
- charting multiple periodicities
- tabbing between elements
- keyboard manipulation of indicators and drawing tools
- exporting indicator data
- duplicating indicators
- element drawing order
- recalculation frequency and statistics

I look forward to seeing you there.

Chad Payne

1 comment:

  1. I would like to see how one can plot lines based on swing highs and swing lows.

    For example, how to have a horizontal line drawn 1pt above a swing high and one drawn 1pt below a swing low.

    In addition, I'm curious if it's possible to also draw fib lines automatically based on swing high/lows.