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The Indicators window allows you to add, remove or customise some of the indicators that will help you to analyse the Chart.

To open the Indicators window, open the 'Chart' module → click on the gear icon to open the Chart toolbar → click 'Indicators'.


The sections 'Parameters' in the module allows you to customise the indicators by selecting their color, oversold bound size and other features. The window presents an extensive selection of indicators:

  • ADX (DMI) — Average Directional Index — indicates the strength of the trend with configurable parameters:

    • Period

    • Signal line (level)

    • ADX line (color)

    • + DM line (color)

    • - DM line (color)

  • ATR — the Average True Range — indicates market volatility with configurable parameters:

    • Period

    • Color

  • Aroon - indicates the change of trends with configurable parameters:

    • Period

    • Horizontal line (level)

    • Oversold bound (level)

    • Overbought bound (level)

    • Up (color)

    • Down (color)

  • Bollinger Bands — the indicator that shows if an asset is overbought or oversold. Users can configure:

    • Period

    • K (times multiplicator)

    • Color

  • CCI — Commodity Channel Index — this oscillator indicator helps determine when an investment vehicle is reaching a condition of being overbought or oversold. Users can configure:

    • Period

    • Upper bound (level)

    • Lower bound (level)

    • Color

  • Bonds: Yield to Maturity — the indicator displays the rate of return earned by a bond, as it delivers on its interest payments. Users can configure:

    • The color of the indicator

    • Whether the calculation is applied to the Ask / Mid / Bid values

  • EMA — Exponential Moving Average. Users can configure:

    • Source (OHLC or volume-based);

    • Period

    • Color

  • Ichimoku — an all-in-one indicator that provides information about support/resistance, trend direction and momentum. Users can configure:

    • Conversion line period

    • Base line period

    • Lagging span 2 periods

    • Displacement

    • Conversion line (color)

    • Base line (color)

    • Lagging span (color)

    • Lead 1 (color)

    • Lead 2 (color)

  • MACD Histogram

  • MACD — Moving Average Convergence/Divergence

  • PSAR — Parabolic Start And Reverse

  • Pivot Points — Provide reference points (support and resistance) and help minimise the trading risk

  • Price Channel — an indicator used to identify upward thrusts that signal the start of an uptrend or downward plunges that signal the start of a downtrend

  • ROC — Rate Of Change

  • RSI — Relative Strength Index

  • SMA — Simple Moving Average

  • STO — Stochastic Oscillator

  • SuperTrend — a volatility-based indicator that shows the direction of the predominant price action

  • Volume (won't be displayed for the Ticks timeframe)

  • Volume by price

  • VWMA — Volume Weighted Moving Average

  • VWAP — Volume Weighted Average Price

  • WMA — Weighted Moving Average

  • Williams %R — Momentum indicator that measures overbought and oversold levels

  • Zig Zag — Trend following indicator that is used to predict when a given security’s momentum is reversing

  • Awesome Oscillator –– Momentum indicator

  • Accelerator Oscillator –– Momentum indicator

  • Gator Oscillator –– Momentum indicator

  • Alligator –– Momentum indicator

  • SMMA ––Smoothed Moving Average

  • LSMA –– Least Square Moving Average

If you want to remove all indicators, right click on the chart and untick 'Show indicators' from the dropdown menu.

By default, users can see:

  • Delta, Gamma, Theta, Vega, IV, and Theoretical price as indicators for the Options charts

  • YTM (Yield To Maturity) for the Bonds charts

The user can edit indicators not only through the menu but also by double-clicking on the indicator’s icon in the bottom-left corner of the respective chart:


Note: To place some indicators on all charts you open, Go to 'Settings' -> 'Chart' and click ‘Indicators’. Pre-set and customise them to your liking!

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