Basic stock charts with Line, Mountain, Candlestick, Open/High/Low/Close (OHLC), and Bar chart views, including Volume, MACD, and RSI lower studies.
As of 5/24/2013 5:41:34 AMToday's Most Viewed Stock Charts
|Symbol||Last Sale*||Change / Net %||Share Volume|
|$ 442.14||0.79 0.18%||12,620,548|
|$ 882.79||6.63 0.75%||2,279,147|
Bank of America Corporation
Bank of America Corporation
|$ 13.21||0.10 0.75%||190,534,923|
|$ 13.35||0.02 0.15%||8,922,997|
|$ 34.15||0.46 1.33%||51,113,210|
About the Stock Charts Page
The default chart is 1 year Open/High/Low/Close (OHLC) chart for an individual stock. The intervals (aside from the Intraday) are for 5 days, 1 Month, 3 Months, 6 Months and from 1 to 10 years (if the company has 10 years of price and volume data available). The historical charts include the last sale from the current day.
Charting elements available for display are Open/High/Low/Close (OHLC) for the periods covered, comparisons to the Nasdaq Composite, Nasdaq-100, S&P 500, DJIA and All Indices.
Stock charts can be viewed displaying moving averages for 10 days, 60 days, 90 days or 270 days.
A chart displaying Historical Stock Splits and a table containing the split amount, ex-date, pay-date, record-date and announcement date is also displayed.
A chart displaying Earnings information and a table containing the date of the earnings announcement is also available.
By clicking on any of the price charts (except intraday) the user can see a list of each days closing prices for the period of time represented by the chart. (At this time the current day's last sale is not included).
Historical splits may also be viewed for the charting period by clicking on that option.
- Chart Elements
- Provides the charting options available to the user, from the standard Price/Volume representation to comparisons and moving averages.
- The closing daily official volumes represented graphically for each trading day.
Why Investors Care
Investors look closely at trends to make a judgment about the current a future direction of a stock. It is often easier to determine a stock trend by looking at a chart of stock prices over a period of time, along with the total volume generated during the trading day in relation to the closing price for the day.
Source: Edgar Online, Inc. Data supplied by ILX Systems, Inc.
15-20 minute delay for intraday charts. Daily for historical charts.
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