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Bar charts allow traders to see some parts of price behavior while isolating others. This enables technical analysis to take a more objective view of price activity and to not be distracted by external “noise.” Bar charts are often used by Elliott Wave traders rather than candlesticks because they feel it allows them to watch movements in the larger trend activity with more clarity.
Hi folks, anybody knows a charting software that is comparable in quality to Bloomberg's ? Bloomberg's charting tools are top notch: they're powerful, user friendly and a pleasure to look at. Unfortunately they are bundled with all the rest (news, analysis etc..) and thus far too expensive. What's the closest match to Bloomberg's charting tools in your opinion ? I know that Investor RT and Multichart offer some functions I am interested in (eg: dynamic regression lines with fixed start dates). Any other name ? Thank u ! Franco