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Trading W/ OEC

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I have decided to probably stick with OEC for the next year so I am starting to have several questions as I try to customize and understand how to get what I want out of their charts and such. Let me know if you want this thread to be used for OEC questions still.

 

Question 1.

Is there a way to make it so the grid lines will always display at the tick level for any chart I bring up. I like to be able to eye ball where my stop loss would be and profit target and grid lines at the tick level would make that easy. I get it right for one contract, save as default, and then open up some other contract and I have no idea how large the moves are in terms of money/ticks.

Any help would be appreciated.

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I have decided to probably stick with OEC for the next year so I am starting to have several questions as I try to customize and understand how to get what I want out of their charts and such. Let me know if you want this thread to be used for OEC questions still.

 

Question 1.

Is there a way to make it so the grid lines will always display at the tick level for any chart I bring up. I like to be able to eye ball where my stop loss would be and profit target and grid lines at the tick level would make that easy. I get it right for one contract, save as default, and then open up some other contract and I have no idea how large the moves are in terms of money/ticks.

Any help would be appreciated.

 

Not sure I follow exactly what you are looking for. I turn all the grid lines off, so I might not be the best person to answer this particular question.

 

What I do is turn all grid lines off (makes it cleaner in my eyes) and then will just draw lines where my profit/stop will be and these are attached to actual tick levels on that particular chart. From there you can tell the line to display current value, text or current value and text.

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