Click on Tools menu when you open a chart

ABCD Harmonic pattern
  • Click on ABCD pattern in Tools menu
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  • You can plot it from different values of selected columns. Usually, for bullish ABCD, Point A should be low, point B should be high, point C should be low and point D should be high of the column.
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Anchor Point
  • Click on Anchor Point in Tools menu. 
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  • Select two different columns and leave the cursor.
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Bull Ratio
  • Click on Bull Ratio in Tools menu. 
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  • Select two different column to see the ratio of bullish boxes and the commentary. 
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Daily Count Ratio (DCR)
  • Click on Daily Count Ratio (DCR) in Tools menu
Daily count ratio

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Channel lines
  • Click on Channel Lines in Tools menu
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  • You can plot it from different values of selected bars / candles. For bullish channel line, usually Point A & B should be low and Point C should be high value of the bar. 
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Commentary
  • Select Commentary from Tools menu
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Harmonic Pattern
  • Select Harmonic Patttern from Tools menu. 
  • You need to select five different points to plot the Harmonic patterns.
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Intraday Lines
  • This tool is applicable to intraday time-interval charts only. Click on Intraday Lines in Tools menu.
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  • Vertical day-separating lines will appear on chart. Click here to know how can you keep them as default on the chart. 
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Intraday Camarilla Levels
  • This tool is applicable to intraday time-interval charts only. Click on Intraday Camarilla Levels in Tools menu.
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  • Horizontal lines showing H3, H4, L3, L4 and pivot levels will be shown on each day
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Measured Move
  • Click on Measured Move in Tools menu
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Pitchfork
  • Click on Pitchfork in Tools menu
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  • You need to click on three different points to plot Andrew's Pitchfork
  • You can plot it from different values of selected columns. Typically, for bullish pitchfork Point A should be low, Point B should be high and Point C should be low value of the column. 
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Established Column Count
  • Select Established column count from Tools menu
Established column count

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Possible Column Count
  • Select Possible column count from Tools menu
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Price Retracement
  • Click on Retracement in Tools menu. 
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  • Select two points to draw retracement. It will ask for retracement ratios. You can plot upto six retracement levels.
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Running Anchor Point
  • Select Running Anchort Point from tools menu. 
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Rate of Reversal
  • Click on Rate of Reversal from Tools menu
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Support - Resistance line / Horizontal line
  • Click on Support Resistance line in Tools menu. 
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  • Select color of the line
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Support Resistance 45 degree lines
  • These are parallel lines to 45 degree trend line. Click on Support Resistance 45 Deg in Tools menu.
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  • Click any where in the column from which you want to drawn it. It will be plot 45-degree up-slopping line from the top if it is column of 'X' and 45-degree down-slopping line from bottom if it is column of 'O'.
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Trendline
  • Click on Trend line n tools menu. Select any two columns to draw the trend line. 
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45-dgree trend lines
  • Select Trendline 45 Degree from Tools menu. 
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  • Click any where in the column from which you want to drawn it. It will be plot 45-degree down-slopping line from the top if it is column of 'X' and 45-degree up-slopping line from bottom if it is column of 'O'.
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45-degree non-extended lines
  • Select Trendline 45 degree NE from Tools menu. 
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  • Click any where in the column from which you want to drawn it. It will be plot 45-degree up-slopping line from the top if it is column of 'X' and 45-degree down-slopping line from bottom if it is column of 'O'. It will stop at the point where any column is breaching the trend line. 
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