Candlestick, Candles Bar & Candlestick Chart


The Japanese began using Technical Analysis to trade rice in the 17th Century.

While this early version of Technical Analysis was different from the US version initiated by Charles Dow around 1900, many of the guiding principles we're very similar :

Candlestick is formed with the help of Opening, High, Low and Closing price of the day.

Candlestick Charts are flexible because Candlestick Charts can be used alone / in combination with Other Technical Analysis techniques.

These AnyCandle v1.1 Indie can Displays One (or more) Candle(s) of Higher timeframes on the Right side of your Current Chart E.g.

If your Chart is set to M1, M5, M15 and M30 and you want to see H1, H4 and D1 Candles side by side on your Chart.

Enjoy... :)


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