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How to display two stocks on the same chart

Updated on 2011-02-24 04:11:20

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- Right click on a chart then select "Create a new pane".
- In the new pane, click on "Add Indicator" (Top-Left corner icon) then select "External Symbol" tab.
- Select the stock or security you want to display in the new pane then click on "OK".

The first stock is displayed in the top pane while the second one is displayed in the bottom pane.
The second security data will be adjusted to the first one. If you take any vertical line, the correspondent bar for each stock will reference the same date.

If you right click on the second pane and select "Edit Formula", you will find the formula that was used to plot candlestick data of the second stock.
The function that was used is "PlotCandleStick1".

If you have many formulas in that pane, click on the Left and Right arrows to switch between these formulas.









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