What can I read from the trade chart?

The trade chart offers information about trading history on the market. By viewing it you can see tendencies and make predictions to fulfill your trading strategy. 

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1. Market selector lets you chose the market to display data for. The blue bar on the bottom indicates the current market, the number shows the price of the last order matched on this market.

2. Market data shows 

  • Last price: the price at which the latest order has matched on the market
  • Daily change: change in price for the last 24 hours
  • Today's open: price 24h ago
  • 24h volume: total volume of trades made for the last 24 hours

3. OHLCV candlestick shows aggregated stats for a time period selected. OHLCV stands for Open-High-Low-Close-Volume, which is exactly what the graph shows. Hovering your mouse over the candlestick will show detailed information. Green color signifies price growth, red signifies decline. Those are calculated between the first and last trade in the selected period. The black thin line shows the difference between the lowest and highest price for the period. The grey bar below is the measure of volume for the trading period.

4. Candlestick time selector allows you to select a time period that each candlestick will represent. 15m, for example, will have each candlestick show a 15-minute span.

5. The price scale shows the price. 

6. The period selector allows you to select starting and ending points for the graph to display.

7. Advanced chart opens a window with a chart presented by Chartiq, which has professional markup tools to allow using the chart even more effectively.

8. Filtration type will help to determine the method of trading pairs filtration.

  • Choosing /Base will sort all fiat currencies (USD, EUR, GBP, etc) respectively to crypto (BTC, XRP, XLM, etc);
  • /Quote, vice versa, will manage the list of crypto respectively to fiat currencies and additionally, allows some crypto-to-crypto pairs (BTG-BTC, MHC/ETH).




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