New Web Page Design Rolling Out for the StockCharts Blogs - You may have noticed already but we are slowly rolling out a new design for our blogs. We think the new design is easier to read, cleaner, and better for mobile devices. We hope you agree. You'll see it on more and more of our blogs over the course of the coming weeks. As always, send us your feedback.
"Commodities Countdown" Blog from Greg Schnell! - Greg's new blog is focused on commodities and their impact on the other major markets. If you follow Gold, Oil, Currencies or any other commodities in addition to the major stock averages, then this blog is for you. Click here to see what the Commodities Countdown is talking about this week.
New Webinar Schedule! You spoke, we listened. Check out our new line-up and schedule in this new post from Chip.
Tushar Chande Joins StockCharts.com's Commentary Team - Dr. Chande invented several of the techincal indicators on our website and is now contributing articles to our Top Advisor's Corner blog. Click here to read his first contribution.
Indian Market Data Now Available! - We are please to officially announce that Indian market data from the NSE exchange is now available on StockCharts.com. Technical charts of this size, quality and capability have never been available to Indian investors until now. NSE ticker symbols end with the suffix ".IN". We have support for charting and scanning of Indian stocks. Click here for an example chart.
P&F Chart Workbench Updated, Improved - We've just completed a project that updated the old, creaky P&F Chart Workbench by adding several new features and streamlining things to make it work more like the SharpCharts Workbench. Click on the Yellow Bar at the top of the P&F Workbench page to read about all the changes but, for example, members can now add up to 6 different overlays to a P&F chart!
New "Asset Allocation" Article in ChartSchool - We've just added a brand new article to our ChartSchool area about how Asset Allocation, Diversification and Technical Analysis can help you manage risk in your portfolio. Click here to read it.