Traditional daily OHLC bars with the 50-day and 200-day moving averages plotted on top and Y-Axis labels showing you exact values on the right side.
Here's the Sand color scheme with Japanese Candlesticks and Price Labels that display price data at significant highs and lows on the chart.
The long-term direction of Gold spot prices shows clearly on this log-scale monthly chart that goes all the way back to 1980.
The black background really makes the HLC price bars stand out on top of the blue Keltner Channel. Below is one of John Murphy's favorite indicators - the MACD and its histogram.
A daily chart with 16 different moving average lines. Shows how moving averages smooth out as their period parameter increases.
Members can add up to 25 different indicators to any chart. This chart shows some examples including the CCI indicator (tan) placed behind the price plot.
Japanese candlesticks for short term trading patterns combined with area-filled Bollinger Bands that show when prices get significantly "out of whack." Mint green color scheme echos the color of money.
The direction of the NYSE Advance-Decline Line is easily visible in this "Sunset" themed chart with a red signal line made from the 50-day moving average.
ZigZag Retracments point out significant peaks and troughs and help identify important chart patterns. These also automatically display the percent change between each pair of peaks and each pair of troughs. Great for Fibonacci analysis. There is a Fast Stochastics indicator at the bottom to help identify upcoming turns.
A Point and Figure chart with automatically added 45-degree trendlines. The X's and the O's filter out market noise and keep you focused on only significant price movements.
Shows the strength of Gold relative to stocks over a six year period. The $VIX (Volatility Index) is overlaid to show that spikes in the VIX (purple arrows) have often preceed periods of relative strength for Gold (green arrows).
The blue horizontal bars show where volume has "built up" around particular price levels indicating possible support/resistance zones. The brown dots are Parabolic Stop recommendations for this Canadian company.
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