CandleVolume and or EquiVolume

Discussion in 'Trading Software' started by EarlyR, Jul 6, 2007.

  1. EarlyR

    EarlyR

    I am looking for good charting software that produces Equivolume and or Candlevolume charts for YM. Would be nice if it could use data from IB or Open E Cry. TY
     
  2. nkhoi

    nkhoi Moderator

    surprisingly, ecry java chart is usable, you may want to suggest future improvement to them directly.
    ps. neoticker software from tickquest (very confusing I know) can take ecry data and chart them in equivolume.
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  3. EarlyR

    EarlyR

    OEC provides pretty good charts, but I am trying to get Candlevolume or Equivolume charts. (for YM and maybe for the DOW) I watch EOC charts and manually manufacture Equivolume chart for YM. Thanks for any help.:cool:
     
  4. EarlyR

    EarlyR

    Thanks nkhoi, I will contact tickquest.
    :)
     
  5. Try Ensign they use IB data and have pretty good equivolume charts
     
  6. EarlyR

    EarlyR

    I'm still looking for true Candlevolume/Equivolume charts.
    I tried Neotick Demo, and have used esignal in the past.

    Any Other?

    Any help would be appreciated. :(
     
  7. Iwy

    Iwy

    Hi!

    Don't know if this software can really help, I've just come across it surfing the web. It is called AmpleSight ( www.amplesight.com ) It seems to have quite a peculiar set of features.

    Hope it can be kind of useful.
     
  8. djxput

    djxput

    Is open Ecry a brokerage or a charting package? Looked at their website couldnt figure it out.

    I have a brokerage already wondering about them as a charting package.
     
  9. nkhoi

    nkhoi Moderator

    their java chart is just bare minimum but it could be useful if you don't use any indicator, they are broker.
     
  10. EarlyR

    EarlyR

    Buddhabless, thank You for your response. I have downloaded trial subscriptions to IQ Datafeed and to Ensigh Windows. I can't figure out how to get equivolume charts. I've emailed them, but so far have not received a reply. Any help appreciated.
    EarlyR:cool:
     
    #10     Jul 18, 2007