Quandl.com is a portal of different kinds of financial data, and a subset of these data is provided for free. Using Quandl.com’s standard interface can be a great help if it is used wisely.Continue reading Data download from Quandl.com
… how did others do it? 7 methods with benefits and drawbacks!
Chartoasis team has finished lots new developments recently.
Despite the ever growing complexity that surrounds the financial markets, a surprising number of traders still fail to recognize the subtle differences between individual platforms and products. One of the most important facts you will ever learn about financial trading is that not all markets have been created equal, with the result that each boast their own unique levels of risk, reward, liquidity and leverage. This is an extremely important consideration, as it dictates that your trading strategy and the trading charts that you use must be compatible with the market that operate within.
Wouldn’t it be great to pick a good invesment and let money work for you without any further efforts for years?
We have created a new website dedicated to long term investments which is called 5yearcharts.com.
We have created an infographic about calendar effects: Continue reading Calendar effects infographic
The site NSEIndia.com has changed recently.
You can still download free market data from NSEIndia.com, but file format has changed.
- We have updated our technical analysis software to support the new market data.
- You find a guide on how to download free market from NSEIndia.com here
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Experts at the London Stock Exchange believe that a huge proportion of trading is now done using algorithms. In some markets, it’s estimated to be around 80 percent of trading volumes, which means that it’s become a huge part of financial trading. Software that can recognise patterns and make the appropriate trades is now in very high demand, with many people willing to pay large sums of money for the technology. This is prevalent across the board, with stocks, currency and commodities all involved. The question then, is how effective is this method of trading, and is it better than manual chart observation?