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 chartnotes:line_studies [2019/07/16 20:28]betseyp chartnotes:line_studies [2019/09/06 22:41] (current)betseyp Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2019/09/06 22:41 betseyp 2019/07/16 20:28 betseyp 2019/07/16 20:27 betseyp 2019/07/16 20:26 betseyp 2019/07/01 21:26 external edit 2019/09/06 22:41 betseyp 2019/07/16 20:28 betseyp 2019/07/16 20:27 betseyp 2019/07/16 20:26 betseyp 2019/07/01 21:26 external edit Line 17: Line 17: ===== Fibonacci Retracement Lines ===== ===== Fibonacci Retracement Lines ===== - **Fibonacci Retracement** lines can help you anticipate where reversals may occur in the future. For more, please see [[cs>chart_analysis:​fibonacci_retracemen|our ChartSchool article on Fibonacci Retracements]]. + **Fibonacci Retracement** lines can help you anticipate where reversals may occur in the future. For more, please see [[https://​school.stockcharts.com/​doku.php?​id=chart_analysis:​fibonacci_retracemen|our ChartSchool article on Fibonacci Retracements]]. After selecting the Fibonacci Retracement tool, you can click on a significant bottom (or top) on your chart and then drag up (or down) and to the right to the next significant top (or bottom). Important Fibonacci Retracement levels (0%, 38.2%, 50%, 61.8%, and 100%) will automatically be added to the chart, with their values displayed on each line. After selecting the Fibonacci Retracement tool, you can click on a significant bottom (or top) on your chart and then drag up (or down) and to the right to the next significant top (or bottom). Important Fibonacci Retracement levels (0%, 38.2%, 50%, 61.8%, and 100%) will automatically be added to the chart, with their values displayed on each line. Line 29: Line 29: ===== Quadrant Lines ===== ===== Quadrant Lines ===== - **Quadrant Lines** can help you anticipate where reversals may occur in the future. For more, please see [[cs>chart_analysis:​quadrant_lines|our ChartSchool article on Quadrant Lines]]. + **Quadrant Lines** can help you anticipate where reversals may occur in the future. For more, please see [[https://​school.stockcharts.com/​doku.php?​id=chart_analysis:​quadrant_lines|our ChartSchool article on Quadrant Lines]]. After selecting the Quadrant Lines tool, click your mouse at the start of the period you wish to analyze, then drag to the right until reaching the end of the period you wish to analyze. Important quadrant levels for that time period will automatically be added to the chart as you move your mouse. After selecting the Quadrant Lines tool, click your mouse at the start of the period you wish to analyze, then drag to the right until reaching the end of the period you wish to analyze. Important quadrant levels for that time period will automatically be added to the chart as you move your mouse. Line 35: Line 35: ===== Fibonacci Arcs ===== ===== Fibonacci Arcs ===== - **Fibonacci Arcs** are used to identify potential support, resistance or reversal points. ​ For more, please see [[cs>chart_analysis:​fibonacci_arcs|our ChartSchool article on Fibonacci Arcs]]. + **Fibonacci Arcs** are used to identify potential support, resistance or reversal points. ​ For more, please see [[https://​school.stockcharts.com/​doku.php?​id=chart_analysis:​fibonacci_arcs|our ChartSchool article on Fibonacci Arcs]]. After selecting the Fibonacci Arc tool, click on a significant bottom (or top) on your chart and then drag up (or down) and to the right to the next significant top (or bottom). This will display the Fibonacci Arc on the chart. You can then click on the Base Line to move the indicator or make adjustments to the starting or ending points. After selecting the Fibonacci Arc tool, click on a significant bottom (or top) on your chart and then drag up (or down) and to the right to the next significant top (or bottom). This will display the Fibonacci Arc on the chart. You can then click on the Base Line to move the indicator or make adjustments to the starting or ending points. Line 45: Line 45: ===== Fibonacci Time Zones ===== ===== Fibonacci Time Zones ===== - **Fibonacci Time Zone** lines can help you anticipate when significant price changes may occur in the future. For more, please see [[cs>chart_analysis:​fibonacci_time_zones|our ChartSchool article on Fibonacci Time Zone Lines]]. + **Fibonacci Time Zone** lines can help you anticipate when significant price changes may occur in the future. For more, please see [[https://​school.stockcharts.com/​doku.php?​id=chart_analysis:​fibonacci_time_zones|our ChartSchool article on Fibonacci Time Zone Lines]]. After selecting the Fibonacci Time Zone Lines tool, you can click anywhere on the chart to determine the starting point for the Time Zones. Note that the spacing of the subsequent lines is fixed and cannot be changed. After selecting the Fibonacci Time Zone Lines tool, you can click anywhere on the chart to determine the starting point for the Time Zones. Note that the spacing of the subsequent lines is fixed and cannot be changed. Line 51: Line 51: ===== Cycle Studies ===== ===== Cycle Studies ===== - ChartNotes supports three different tools for studying cycles: **Cycle Lines**, **Cycle Circles** and **Sine Waves**. For more information,​ please review [[cs>chart_analysis:​cycle_lines|our ChartSchool article on Cycles]]. + ChartNotes supports three different tools for studying cycles: **Cycle Lines**, **Cycle Circles** and **Sine Waves**. For more information,​ please review [[https://​school.stockcharts.com/​doku.php?​id=chart_analysis:​cycle_lines|our ChartSchool article on Cycles]]. To use any of the cycle tools, simply select the tool, then click and drag on the chart. The further you drag, the longer the cycle. For the Sine Wave annotation, drag vertically to set the height of the wave, then horizontally to set the length of the cycle. To use any of the cycle tools, simply select the tool, then click and drag on the chart. The further you drag, the longer the cycle. For the Sine Wave annotation, drag vertically to set the height of the wave, then horizontally to set the length of the cycle. Line 57: Line 57: ===== Raff Regression Channels ===== ===== Raff Regression Channels ===== - **Raff Regression Channels** can show you the overall trend for prices during a given period of time, along with expected upper and lower bounds for price movements. For more, please see [[cs>chart_analysis:​raff_regression_chan|our ChartSchool article on Raff Regression Channels]]. + **Raff Regression Channels** can show you the overall trend for prices during a given period of time, along with expected upper and lower bounds for price movements. For more, please see [[https://​school.stockcharts.com/​doku.php?​id=chart_analysis:​raff_regression_chan|our ChartSchool article on Raff Regression Channels]]. After selecting the Raff Regression Channel tool, click your mouse at the start of the period you wish to analyze, then drag to the right until you have enough data points to create a useful channel. After selecting the Raff Regression Channel tool, click your mouse at the start of the period you wish to analyze, then drag to the right until you have enough data points to create a useful channel. Line 63: Line 63: ===== Andrews'​ Pitchforks ===== ===== Andrews'​ Pitchforks ===== - **Andrews'​ Pitchfork** lines can help you anticipate where reversals may occur in the future. For more, please see [[cs>chart_analysis:​andrews_pitchfork|our ChartSchool article on Andrews'​ Pitchforks]]. + **Andrews'​ Pitchfork** lines can help you anticipate where reversals may occur in the future. For more, please see [[https://​school.stockcharts.com/​doku.php?​id=chart_analysis:​andrews_pitchfork|our ChartSchool article on Andrews'​ Pitchforks]]. After selecting the Andrews'​ Pitchfork tool, you can click on a significant bottom (or top) on your chart, then click on the next important reversal and, lastly, click again on the next important reversal beyond that. After clicking on those three points, the Pitchfork lines will be added to your chart using the currently selected color and line width. After selecting the Andrews'​ Pitchfork tool, you can click on a significant bottom (or top) on your chart, then click on the next important reversal and, lastly, click again on the next important reversal beyond that. After clicking on those three points, the Pitchfork lines will be added to your chart using the currently selected color and line width. Line 69: Line 69: ===== Fibonacci Fans ===== ===== Fibonacci Fans ===== - **Fibonacci Fans** are used to identify potential support, resistance or reversal points. For more, please see [[cs>chart_analysis:​fibonacci_fan|our ChartSchool article on Fibonacci Fans]]. + **Fibonacci Fans** are used to identify potential support, resistance or reversal points. For more, please see [[https://​school.stockcharts.com/​doku.php?​id=chart_analysis:​fibonacci_fan|our ChartSchool article on Fibonacci Fans]]. After selecting the Fibonacci Fan tool, click on a significant bottom (or top) on your chart and then drag up (or down) and to the right to the next significant top (or bottom). This will display the Fibonacci Fan on the chart. Users can then click on the starting or ending points to make adjustments. After selecting the Fibonacci Fan tool, click on a significant bottom (or top) on your chart and then drag up (or down) and to the right to the next significant top (or bottom). This will display the Fibonacci Fan on the chart. Users can then click on the starting or ending points to make adjustments. Line 79: Line 79: ===== Harmonic Patterns (XABCD) ===== ===== Harmonic Patterns (XABCD) ===== - The **XABCD** tool helps you annotate harmonic patterns on your charts. For more, please see [[cs>trading_strategies:​harmonic_patterns|our ChartSchool article on Harmonic Patterns]]. + The **XABCD** tool helps you annotate harmonic patterns on your charts. For more, please see [[https://​school.stockcharts.com/​doku.php?​id=trading_strategies:​harmonic_patterns|our ChartSchool article on Harmonic Patterns]]. After selecting the XABCD tool, click on a significant top (or bottom) on your chart, then click on the next important reversal, then the next important reversal after that, and so on until you have made five clicks (bottom-top-bottom-top-bottom or top-bottom-top-bottom-top). This will display the Harmonic Pattern lines on your chart. After selecting the XABCD tool, click on a significant top (or bottom) on your chart, then click on the next important reversal, then the next important reversal after that, and so on until you have made five clicks (bottom-top-bottom-top-bottom or top-bottom-top-bottom-top). This will display the Harmonic Pattern lines on your chart. Line 89: Line 89: ===== Speed Resistance Lines ===== ===== Speed Resistance Lines ===== - **Speed Resistance Lines** can help you anticipate significant price changes in the future. For more, please see [[cs>chart_analysis:​speed_resistance_lin|our ChartSchool article on Speed Resistance Lines]]. + **Speed Resistance Lines** can help you anticipate significant price changes in the future. For more, please see [[https://​school.stockcharts.com/​doku.php?​id=chart_analysis:​speed_resistance_lin|our ChartSchool article on Speed Resistance Lines]]. After selecting the Speed Resistance Lines tool, you can click on a significant reversal point on your chart and drag towards the next price reversal point. This will add Speed Lines to your chart using the currently selected color and line width. After selecting the Speed Resistance Lines tool, you can click on a significant reversal point on your chart and drag towards the next price reversal point. This will add Speed Lines to your chart using the currently selected color and line width.