Level: Beginner

In this course you will learn:
How to access and configure charts, so you can quickly visualize an event in real time;
Create Multiple charts in one panel;
How to build and save chart templates for reuse;
And for those of you who want to trade directly from a chart, we’ll show you TWS ChartTrader.

This lesson will walk-through the TWS Charts topics that will be covered in this course.

Learn how to open or load a TWS chart and access configuration menus. This lesson will teach you simple TWS chart shortcuts, allowing you to change time periods, add simple studies, as well as show you how to control the display of candlesticks, bars and lines.

This lesson will explain how to add data to your chart display and how to manipulate content using Global Configuration. By the end of this lesson, you should be able to locate and configure various items for chart display.

This lesson covers ways of using key Toolbar icons, as well as detailed instructions on how to create shortcuts for chart analysis in TWS.

Lines of support and resistance are vital to many chart traders. This lesson will help TWS chart users learn how to add, reposition, and remove lines to and from charts, as well as covers how to apply Fibonacci lines.

Learn how to display multiple securities within a single TWS chart frame for side-by-side comparison. This lesson explores how to configure single and multiple tickers inside the same chart, including adding studies. Viewers will also learn to save charts with multiple tickers and how to create and save their own chart templates.

Lesson: #7

TWS ChartTrader

This lesson explains the integration of TWS ChartTrader within charts. Viewers will learn how to enable ChartTrader across TWS or simply within a single chart. Use ChartTrader to create and adjust orders to enhance your trading experience.

Learn how to view future term structures in TWS Charts which enable you to: - Compare the current term structure for an existing series of maturities with historical data points. - Customize the term by selecting preset or custom dates, you can quickly see how the pricing structure has changed over time.

This lesson is designed to quickly introduce the investor to Trading View charts and how to access key features that you may already be using when viewing other charts.