Two questions. Forgive me if these are painfully obvious to all the trading gods here. I'm asking these because I don't know and I have nobody else to ask. 1. Why are the charts different between Yahoo, CNBC, and MarketWatch? I was looking at SPY tonight on Yahoo, CNBC, and MarketWatch, and found the candlestick charts are not consistent between the three. All three of these are from the same day, Monday, July 1st, 2019 CNBC says they are from NYSE Arca MarketWatch, says the same, Yahoo says the same but also, 'Nasdaq Real Time Price"... Isn't this from the NYSE? Are they actually getting their numbers from different sources? Shouldn't the price of SPY be consistent regardless of the charting source? Yahoo CNBC MarketWatch Market Watch's and Yahoo's after-market long candles seem like they are the same, but they aren't. Market Watch's long down candle @ 4:13pm Yahoo @ 4:28pm Which leads me to Question 2. 2. Can somebody explain these long candles? They seem legitimate, but they don't make sense. They almost seem manipulated by a market-maker to reach very specific prices. They're end peaks seem very deliberate and many times consistent to the penny between these spikes. Many times I will see these long candles happen from extremely low volume. Almost the same volume before and after these extremely long candles. However, at these moments, they are much longer.. I've been told from somebody a long time ago they were from Dark Pools, but the prices should move the same amount from similar volume, not 30x the length from the same volume.... I used to think they were deliberate to take out all the stops from day traders, but I later learned that your stops can't be stopped out from afterhour price movements. When these happen during the day, they likely do take out people's stops, not matter how much of a micro-second they are, yes? I honestly don't know and have been just guessing and bouncing theories around for many many months.. Thank you for your patience and time to explain and answer my questions..