Providing helpful market commentary to our users is a core objective of StockCharts. We publish expert commentary from many industry-renowned technical analysts to put today's charts in proper perspective and help you better understand what's happening in the markets. From daily blogs to a dedicated video streaming channel, we bring you insightful content from charting legends like Martin Pring, Arthur Hill, Greg Schnell, Tom Bowley and more.


StockCharts publishes a wide variety of technical market commentary articles on our website. Many of these articles are available for free in the Blogs area of the website. A few are available to members only; these are shown with a light green background in the Blogs area. Articles generally mix current market observations with charting and education.

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ChartWatchers Newsletter

Our free ChartWatchers Newsletter is published twice per month and contains current market commentary from John Murphy, Arthur Hill, Greg Schnell, Tom Bowley, Carl and Erin Swenlin, John Hopkins and Julius de Kempenaer. We strongly recommend that anyone who uses for any amount of time should subscribe to ChartWatchers.

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StockCharts TV

For those that prefer their commentary in video form, we offer you StockCharts TV, the web's premier 24/7 video streaming channel devoted exclusively to financial charting, technical analysis and current market commentary from the web's top technical experts. It's free to watch and can be accessed from any web-enabled device. iOS and Android users can download the StockCharts TV app for free on the App Store and Google Play.

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Public ChartLists

In addition to commentary from our experts, we give you, the users, a chance to provide your own market commentary. Public ChartLists are collections of annotated charts that are created and maintained by StockCharts users and have been made available for the general public to see. Our Public ChartLists page displays users' Public ChartLists, ranked by popularity, update date and quality.

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