drbubb Posted October 29, 2021 Report Share Posted October 29, 2021 BIGCHARTS seems impaired, so what are the alternatives? GDX charts : FinViz: YahooF: ... Save charts : PicPastePlus A brief overview of the best free stock charts 1. Tradingview If you value a stock chart software with great technical and fundamental analysis, then we recommend Tradingview. Made for day traders, the software lets you discover investment ideas and learn from the community. Easy and intuitive, no complex setups or installations needed. You can access browser-based charts with real-time data getting you started immediately. Like most stock chart software, Tradingview is free but to access advanced features, you need to upgrade. Tradingview features include: Different chart types Spread charts Advanced price scaling 50+ intelligent drawing tools Multiple chart layouts Server-side alerts Stock screener Supports multiple brokers Customized technical analysis Broad market data coverage Apart from accessing in-depth features, upgrading to Pro($12.95/mo), Pro+($24.95/mo) or Premium($49.95/mo) allows you to enjoy an ad-free experience. You also have access to Tradingview social network where you can learn from community members. 2. Stockcharts.com With Stockcharts.com, not only will you get to see markets more clearly but you will find new opportunities and improve your portfolio management. StockCharts is trusted by millions of day traders and online investors around the world. Why? It creates the highest-quality financial charts in seconds. You can also create bigger and more advanced charts or run custom scans to locate winning stocks. Plus, you can set automatic alerts and receive daily market commentary from industry-leading traders. 3. FinViz Financial Visualizations is a free stock chart software that has remained unchanged for many years. It has a stock screener which allows you to screen using a variety of technical, descriptive and fundamental metrics. It also provides useful information such as quotes and real-time news. Apart from the stock screener, you have the heat map with S&P 500 index stocks grouped by industries and sectors. If you desire, you can switch from the map to bubbles. FinViz also provides data on futures, forex, and crypto. Although FinViz is a great tool for the advanced day trader, it has a few constraints. For starters, users are constrained to using the drop-down menus with pre-specified ranges. As such, you cannot select or input your values. Second, FinViz does not allow you to export results without signing up to its Elite service ($24.96/mo). 4. Yahoo! Finance Yahoo! Finance is one of the most popular stock charts. Designed with an intuitive interface, it offers free real-time quotes for NASDAQ listed stocks and the New York Stock Exchange. It also offers free interactive charts together with a selection of more than 100 technical indicators. Traders have the opportunity of creating an unlimited list of stocks to follow. You can even link Yahoo! Finance to your brokerage account. This will allow you to implement trades based on your sound strategies. > source: https://www.warriortrading.com/best-free-stock-charts/ 5. Google Finance Overall | Visit Site Google Finance provides a very simple charting solution for investors. What makes Google’s charts so nice is the ability to just Google search for the ticker and instantly have a simple chart pull up. For example, try Googling, “Apple stock chart”. Pros: Clean, full screen stock charts are easy to read and customize. Cons: The best features are locked away behind a paywall. #6/. #2. TD Ameritrade Overall | TD Ameritrade is a full-service online broker that is best known for its trader technology. I've had an account for well over a decade and love their charting package included with the thinkorswim desktop platform, which was ranked first overall by StockBrokers.com in their 2021 Broker Review. There is no minimum deposit to open an account and download the trading platform. Whenever you are ready to trade, just fund your account. TD Ameritrade charges $0 for everyday stock and ETF trades. Pros: Excellent charts with over 300 optional technical indicators. Real-time streaming data included. Cons: Even though no minimum deposit is required, you still need to open an account first to download the trading platform. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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