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 ===== Getting Started ===== ===== Getting Started =====
  
-If you're brand-new to StockCharts.com,​ you've come to the right place. In this article, we will introduce you to some of our most popular features, as well as links to help you learn more. Additionally,​ we recommend you checking out our [[:getting_started|Getting Started series of articles]] and watching our accompanying instructional video below. ​+If you're brand-new to StockCharts.com,​ you've come to the right place. In this article, we will introduce you to some of our most popular features, as well as links to help you learn more. Additionally,​ we recommend you checking out our [[https://​stockcharts.com/​welcome/​|Getting Started series of articles]] and watching our accompanying instructional video below. ​
  
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 We have a large collection of timeless educational articles and videos on our site, covering both technical analysis topics and how to use the StockCharts website. We have a large collection of timeless educational articles and videos on our site, covering both technical analysis topics and how to use the StockCharts website.
  
-**[[cs>start|ChartSchool]]** is our ever-growing collection of articles on all aspects of technical analysis. You'll find articles there about every indicator, overlay and chart type that we support, with definitions,​ chart examples, interpretation guidelines, formulas and even spreadsheet examples. It is a comprehensive free resource for anyone interested in almost any aspect of technical analysis. ​+**[[https://​school.stockcharts.com/​|ChartSchool]]** is our ever-growing collection of articles on all aspects of technical analysis. You'll find articles there about every indicator, overlay and chart type that we support, with definitions,​ chart examples, interpretation guidelines, formulas and even spreadsheet examples. It is a comprehensive free resource for anyone interested in almost any aspect of technical analysis. ​
  
 Our **[[https://​stockcharts.com/​videos/​|Instructional Videos]]** can help you get up to speed quickly with StockCharts.com. Each video is 5-10 minutes long and covers a specific area or tool found on the website. ​ Our **[[https://​stockcharts.com/​videos/​|Instructional Videos]]** can help you get up to speed quickly with StockCharts.com. Each video is 5-10 minutes long and covers a specific area or tool found on the website. ​
  
 The **[[:​start|Support Center]]** contains in-depth documentation on StockCharts features, as well as ways for you to contact our Customer Support Team with questions or suggestions. ​ The **[[:​start|Support Center]]** contains in-depth documentation on StockCharts features, as well as ways for you to contact our Customer Support Team with questions or suggestions. ​
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-Studying for our **[[https://​stockcharts.com/​sales/​exam/​certified-chartwatcher.html|Certified ChartWatchers Exam]]** is a great way to become an expert on both technical analysis concepts and StockCharts features. Passing the exam also entitles you to 50% off all future purchases in the StockCharts Store. ​ 
  
 **Learn More:** [[:​education|Educational Resources]] | [[:​support|Customer Support Resources]] **Learn More:** [[:​education|Educational Resources]] | [[:​support|Customer Support Resources]]
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 ==== Articles ==== ==== Articles ====
  
-  * [[:getting_started|Getting Started Series]] +  * [[https://​stockcharts.com/​welcome/​|Getting Started Series]] 
-  * [[:intro:​history|About Us: StockCharts History]] +  * [[https://​stockcharts.com/​about/​|About Us]]
 ==== Videos ==== ==== Videos ====