What's New

"Linkable Version" Support Now in PerfCharts

"Linkable Version" Support Now in PerfCharts - Now you can create a link that contains all of the settings for our Interactive PerfCharts tool including the start and end date, the ticker symbols, line vs. histogram, etc.  You can then bookmark that link or send it to a friend.  Just click "Linkable version" after your chart is complete.  Here's an example showing how the major averages have fared vs the S&P 500 year-to-date.

Radio Interview with Alex Elder

Radio Interview with Alex Elder - Our good friend David England just interviewed Dr. Alex Elder for his radio show and you can listen to Part 1 here and Part 2 here.

New Version of the StockCharts Answer Network Launched!

New Version of the StockCharts Answer Network Launched!  We've just launched the brand new version of s.c.a.n. - our user-to-user help forums.  Click here to learn more.  This new version is bigger, better and more secure than the previous version.

Revamped Historical Chart Gallery Now Online!

Revamped Historical Chart Gallery Now Online! - We've finally gotten around to updating our old, creaky Historical Chart Gallery.  The new version has many more charts than before.  They are larger and more useful too.  The gallery will continue to grow over the next couple of weeks.  Be sure to check out the Four-Year Presidental Cycle charts as well.

StockCharts.com's Facebook Page Has Moved!

Our Facebook Page Has Moved! - Because Facebook, the company, has shutdown our old page (with no explanation despite 2 months of emails), we have decided to create new page at a slightly different address.  Please visit http://facebook.com/stockchartsdotcom and "Like" us there instead!  And please help us spread the word - the old page had 64,000 Likes that have just gone "poof!"

Now You Can Save Scan Results in Sorted Order

Now You Can Save Scan Results in Sorted Order - Members can now save their scan results into a ChartList in the order that they are sorted in. Just check the "Preserve Sort Order" checkbox and we will number your results in such a way that they are shown in the same order as they were when you saved them.

"Difference Symbols" Now Allow You to Chart Spreads on StockCharts.com

"Difference Symbols" Now Allow You to Chart Spreads - You can now use a hyphen to join together two ticker symbols and we will then plot the difference between them.  For example "$TNX-$FVX".  This is perfect for charting spreads or comparing two related indexes that use the same vertical scale such as two Bullish Percents.  Click here for another example.

$SECTOR and $INDUSTRY let you Bake Relative Strength into your Charts

$SECTOR and $INDUSTRY let You Bake Relative Strength into your Charts!  You can now use the "psuedo-symbols" $SECTOR and $INDUSTRY as parameters for the "Price" indicator to automatically add the appropriate sector/industry indexes to your chart.  This works really great in ChartStyles - allowing you to create templates for Relative Strength comparison charts.  Click here for an example.

DecisionPoint Reports and Trackers Now Available to StockCharts Members

DecisionPoint Reports and Trackers Now Available to StockCharts Members - We've just added two new collections of market analysis reports to the Members-only area of our website: DecisionPoint Reports and DecisionPoint Trackers.  Both areas are updated each day after the market closes.  The DP Reports area contains exclusive market summaries that can show you exactly what is happening in the US stock market from the perspective of the DecisionPoint analysis tools.  It includes daily commentary from Carl Swenlin, the founder of DecisionPoint.   The DP Trackers area contains more details reports about various sub-sections of the market - ETFs, the Dow 30, the S&P 500, etc.

Martin Pring is Joining StockCharts.com!

Martin Pring is Joining StockCharts.com!  We are thrilled to announce that Martin Pring will be joining StockCharts as a full-time market commentator starting next week.  Can't wait?  Click here for more information and an example of his work.

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