Historical Chart Gallery
The Historical Chart Gallery is a collection of long-term, large format charts suitable for detailed study. Data for these charts extends back further than most users have access to, some as far back as the early 1900s. Charts in the Historical Chart Gallery are updated every Friday evening after the US markets close.
Accessing the Gallery
You can access the Historical Chart Gallery from the “Member Tools” area of Your Dashboard or the “Additional Tools & Reports” section of the Charts & Tools page.
Parts of the Historical Chart Gallery
The Gallery is organized into four areas:
- a collection of historical charts for important market indexes. This collection is further subdivided into the following categories:
: Dow Averages, S&P 500, NYSE Composite, and Nasdaq Composite.
: US Dollar, British Pound, Japanese Yen, Canadian Dollar, and the Euro.
: US 30-year, 10-year and 3-month bonds, plus the Prime Lending Rate.
: assorted economic indicators, e.g. Employment, Housing Starts, CPI, PPI and the GDP.
- a collection of historical charts covering market fundamentals, including S&P 500 Earnings and P/E Ratios.
- a collection of historical charts for important market breadth indicators, including the Advance-Decline Line, Arms Index (TRIN), McClellan Oscillators and New Highs/New Lows for the NYSE, as well as the Put/Call Ratio.
Editing Gallery Charts
The charts in the Historical Chart Gallery are static. However, Pro members can create live versions of each chart, which they can modify and/or annotate within their own accounts.
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