Market Data powered by Barchart Solutions. Fundamental data provided by Zacks and Morningstar. Barchart is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for individuals with disabilities. We are continuously working to improve our web experience, and encourage users to Contact Us for feedback and accommodation requests. All Rights Reserved. Intraday futures prices are delayed 10 minutes, per exchange rules, and are listed in CST. Overnight Globex prices are shown on the page through to 7pm CT, after which time it will list only trading activity for the next day.
Once the markets have closed, the Last Price will show an 's' after the price, indicating the price has settled for the day. The page will always show prices from the latest session of the market. End-of-Day prices are updated at 8pm CST each evening, and includes the previous session volume and open interest information.
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Site members can also display the page using Custom Views. Simply create a free account, log in, then create and save Custom Views to be used on any data table. Note: For all markets except U. Mini-Chart View: Available for Barchart Premier Members, this view displays 12 small charts per page for the symbols shown in the data table. Mini-Chart View: Available for Barchart Premier Members, this view displays 12 small charts per page for the symbols shown in the data table.
You may change the bar type and time frame for the Mini-Charts as you scroll through the page. Scroll through widgets of the different content available for the symbol. Click on any of the widgets to go to the full page. The "More Data" widgets are also available from the Links column of the right side of the data table.
Horizontal Scroll on Wide Tables Especially when using a custom view, you may find that the number of columns chosen exceeds the available space to show all the data. In this case, the table must be horizontally scrolled left to right to view all of the information. To do this, you can either scroll to the bottom of the table and use the table's scrollbar, or you can scroll the table using your browser's built-in scroll: Left-click with your mouse anywhere on the table.
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It allows API clients to download millions of rows of historical data, to query our real-time economic calendar, subscribe to updates and receive quotes for currencies, commodities, stocks and bonds. Click here to contact us. First, choose whether you want to see Intraday, Daily, Weekly, Monthly, or Quarterly, then choose "Date" from the period drop-down list. You can then enter a beginning and ending date range. Zooming and Panning the Chart Chart panning is used to drag the data shown on the chart backwards and forwards in time.
Chart panning is used when you want to see older data than what is initially shown on the chart. To pan the chart, position your cursor on the main chart pane and drag and drop the data to the left or the right. To reset a chart that's been panned, look for the double arrows at the very bottom right portion of the chart. Clicking these arrows will return the chart to the initial setting. Chart zooming allows you to change the scale level on the chart magnify the area shown. To zoom the chart, drag and drop either the time scale at the bottom, or the price scale at the right.
To reset a chart that's been zoomed, double-click on the time scale or the price scale whichever needs to be reset. Settings Open the Settings menu to access different options for your chart. OHLC Bars are drawn to show the open-high-low-close. A vertical line is drawn between the highest and lowest price. The horizontal dash extending to the left of the bar represents the open, and the horizontal dash extending to the right of the bar represents the closing price.
When green, the close is greater than the previous close; when red, the close is less than the previous close. Candlestick Hollow: If Close is greater than previous close, the bar is outlined in black. If Close is less than previous close, the bar is outlined in red.
When close is above the open price, the candle is hollow. When close is below the open price, the candle is filled. Candlestick Open-to-Close plot the difference between the close of the current bar and the open price of the current bar. If Close is greater than Open, the bar is colored green.
If Close is less than Open, the bar is colored red. Candlestick Close-to-Close plot the difference between the close of the current bar and the closing price of the previous bar price change If today's close is greater than the previous close, the bar is colored green. If today's close is less than the previous close, the bar is colored red. Heikin-Ashi, which means average bar in Japanese, is a distinct type of Candlestick charts. They use average ranges to calculate the points of the Candle, which smooths out the chart and in turn provides a clearer view of the trend of the market.
Heikin-Ashi are also different from traditional Candlestick charts, in that they take the prior session open and close into account for the open, which in turn removes any gaps between bars on the chart. The Heikin-Ashi chart is plotted as a candlestick chart, where the down days are represented by filled bars, while the up days are represented by hollow bars.
Filled candles represent a downtrend, with larger filled bars indicating a stronger downtrend. As a result, the Impulse System combines trend following and momentum to identify trading impulses. This unique indicator combination is color coded into the price bars for easy reference. A blue price bar indicates mixed technical signals, with neither buying nor selling pressure predominating.
Read more here. Line and Area charts plot only the close for a given bar. Renko charts are built using price movement vs. The chart resembles a series of "bricks", where a new brick is generated when the price moves a specific price amount. Period 14 - the period used to calculate the ATR. When looking to focus on end-of-day price data, choose Close. BrickSize 10 - Used with the Traditional Method. The number of points the security must move before a new brick is formed.
Column: Much like Line and Area charts, a Column chart plots a vertical bar for the close. Baseline: A Baseline chart shows price movements above and below the average price range for the period displayed on the chart. Line Break: Similar to Renko and Kagi charts, a Line Break chart is not based on time, but instead they focus exclusively on price movement. They are intended to highlight price movements, and can be helpful in spotting breakouts or finding support and resistance.
Using up and down bars which are referred to as lines , green lines are drawn as long as price continues to rise, and red lines are drawn as long as prices continue to fall. A reversal in line color only occurs when the closing price exceeds the high or low price of the previous two lines.
A Line Break chart with a Line Count of 3 compares the current closing price to the closing price of the line from 2 period's ago. If the current price is higher, it draws a green up line. If the current price is lower, it draws a red down line. If the current closing price is the same, no new line is drawn.
Range: Similar to Renko and Kagi charts, a Range chart is not based on time, but instead they focus exclusively on price movement. When selecting Range, chart defaults to a range of "", and will represent the difference between high and low values in a bar. Once price activity has reached that range difference, the bar is completed and a new bar starts to form.
Kagi: A Kagi chart available for Barchart Premier Members only is used to track the price movements of a security. Unlike other bar types, a Kagi chart pattern only considers price. By removing the element of time, a Kagi chart gives a clearer picture of what price is doing. The Kagi "bar" construction depends on a single value, which is the Reversal the price movement, or difference between two prices.
In order to get a useful Kagi chart, one should choose this Reversal carefully. But how? There is no reasonable default value for all symbols, some values produce too few and some too many bars. For this reason, many traders allow the Reversal to be computed using the ATR study. Kagi parameters are found by opening "Settings", and opening the Symbol tab where the bar type for the chart is found.
When using "Traditional", you must then decide the Reversal Amount price movement to use. Kagi charts change direction when there is a price reversal of a specified amount, or more. The chart continues to move in that direction until there is price reversal of the specified amount in the other direction. When the price moves above the prior Kagi high the line turns thick or green and when the price drops below the prior Kagi low the line turns thin or red.
The line stays thick or thin until the opposite signal occurs. The changes in direction, changes in line thickness, as well as other patterns can generate buy and sell signals. The "Reversal Amount" parameter is a multiplier for the Box Size with a minimum value of "1". When it is set to "Yes", you will notice less vertical movement and less bars on the chart, as this parameter smooths the transition between Xs and Os.
Equities only : For U. When checked, and when using Cboe BZX prices, the symbol shown on the chart watermark will show as. BZ IBM. For mobile devices, the chart always uses the "Headers" option, regardless of what your template or last used settings. Show Trackball: When on, the trackball displays a "dot" that follows, on mouseover, each study added to the chart.
It help identify the corresponding tooltip with the data computed by the study Crosshair: You can modify the colors and the line types for both the vertical and horizontal crosshairs. Linear scaling will calculate the most intelligent scale using the high, the low and a series of acceptable divisors for possible scales. The Logarithmic Scale uses scaling that allows for a large range of prices to be displayed without the compression of data seen on the linear scaling.
Percent Change will also change your Bar Type to Line. Percent Change charts calculate the percent change for data showing on the chart. For example, if a 6-Month chart is requested, the chart will calculate the relative percent in change from the first visible bar on the chart.
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