Customize your research to your unique style with our interactive
They’re fast, easy-to-use and packed with options.
Here’s an overview:
Timeframe - Choose the timeframe for your chart. Use the tabs along the top of the chart to select from 13 options ranging from 15 minutes, to a day, to 10 years to max.
Editor’s Picks - (Available in the full-screen chart) Check out editor’s picks where our team of editors has selected seven popular metrics to get you started. Click on one of the selections and immediately you’ll see the chart change. Make sure to scroll down to find additional metrics under the chart including volume and MACD. Look at the top left of the chart for a legend of the metrics you’ve added and their corresponding colours on the chart. Click on the “×” beside any of them to remove that line from the chart. Do the same thing at the bottom of the chart to remove any sub-charts you no longer want to see.
Indicators - Here you’ll find 24 indicators, classified as trend, volume, momentum and fundamental indicators. Check the box beside as many as you like to add them to your chart. Uncheck the box to remove it.
Events - Here, you can add stock splits and dividend payouts to your chart.
Comparisons -- Compare a company to its peers, major indexes or any other North American listed company. We’ve conveniently listed the major indexes and the company’s biggest peers. If you don’t immediately see what you’re looking for, use the search box. Just start typing a company name or symbol and our quick auto suggest will help you find it. Click on the name to add it to your chart. Keep doing this to add as many comparisons as you like.
Style - How do you like your charts to look? Whether you prefer dots, lines, mountains or candlesticks, here you can customize the look of your chart to your preference. In this case, you can only choose one style. Click on the button beside any style to make your choice.
Settings - By default your chart will be set to linear, and the prices on the y-axis are evenly spaced. Change the setting to logarithmic and the prices on the y-axis will be spaced by their percentage change.