A sophisticated charting tool-- provided by Trading View -- which allows users to search a massive database of traded financial assets. From global indices to obscure bonds, this application provides historical data along with a suite of drawing capabilities to mark technical indicators and price action. The default stock quote on the chart is for Apple, Inc. ($AAPL) since it has the largest market capitalization and is relevant to most portfolios.
Customize & Draw on Stock Chart
For customization, there are drawing and charting tools on the left sidebar of the chart to help users mark-up the chart as they see fit. The default chart type uses candlesticks for stock prices, but users can change this using the bar on top of the chart. Additionally, the time frame of the price points has a default value of 1 minute. Again, use the bar on top of the chart to change the price point frequency in various increments.
On the far right side of the tool, there is a small calendar icon. Click on this will open an economic calendar in the section to the right of the chart. The default setting for the right section of the tool shows the stock or asset's information (such as market cap, P/E, daily price range, etc.). Underneath the stock's information, there is a section showing headlines and news related to the company of the underlying stock/bond/ETF.
Take Snapshots of Stock Chart
Click the green button with the camera icon to take snapshots of the chart as you identify technical indicators and price ranges of the selected asset. Click the blue button with an arrow to open the chart in a new window using Trading View's innovative website.
Price data comes from Google Finance and Trading View. Quote delays vary on an individual basis. Delays can range from one minute to 24 hours depending on the nature of the security. For instance, mutual fund data is usually calculated based on end-of-day (EOD) prices which effectively delays the quote by 24 hours. All data is provided "as-is" for informational purposes only. The price data is not meant to be used for trading purposes. To see more information about which exchanges have delayed quotes, visit Google Finance Data Listing & Disclaimers or Trading View's website.