About ChartAlert®

ChartAlert® is a Real-Time-Enabled and End-of-Day Technical Analysis Advisory, Charting and Scanning Desktop Software

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ChartAlert® is a Microsoft® Windows® compatible Real-Time-Enabled and End-of-Day Technical Analysis Advisory, Charting and Scanning Desktop Software that complements your trading and investing needs.

ChartAlert features three seamless modules:

1. Charting

The Charting module includes Charting and Masks.

2. Reporting

The Reporting module includes Basic Advisory Content and Market Reports.

3. Scanning

The highlights of ChartAlert include:

Stock Scanner or Stock Screener
Algos or Quants

Anticipated user experience whilst using ChartAlert:

  • Analyze data effectively using advanced features and functions for valuable insights and effortless decision-making.
  • Easily navigate and learn with the user-friendly interface, ensuring reliable and uninterrupted operations.
  • Customize features, reports, charts, and scans to meet your specific needs, enhancing value and user experience through collaborative design.
  • Access extensive “Help” files with learning references, detailed guides, and comprehensive documentation showcasing CASL’s capabilities.
  • ChartAlert swiftly updates and scans data using multiple threads for improved performance. It will cater to real-time and high-frequency scanning needs in the future.
  • Receive software updates, enhanced functionality, and new features at no extra cost, including access to updated versions during a 4-week evaluation trial.
  • Get unparalleled support for any difficulties you may encounter, with email responses within 24 hours and dedicated attention to complex issues within 48 hours.
ChartAlert provides significant long-term benefits that greatly outweigh its affordable cost of less than ₹20 per day.

A subscription to ChartAlert includes End-of-Day Data that covers NSE Stocks, Futures and Index Options; BSE Stocks; NSE Currency Derivatives; MCX and NCDEX Commodities; and limited Global data.

ChartAlert is Real-Time-Enabled to chart & scan 3rd party real-time data.

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The 4wkET lets you test-drive ChartAlert for a period of 30 days, and the membership privileges include unrestricted access on a timely basis to all our Indian stock market reports, stock charts, commodities charts, factory scans, or write your own custom scans to exploit trading and investing opportunities available in the asset markets. Learn more about the 4wkET.

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Coppock Indicator

The Coppock Indicator identifies long-term market trends, which helps traders make informed decisions on when to enter or exit the market, avoiding false signals and improving trading decisions based on overall market conditions

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The Coppock Indicator is a widely used momentum-based technical analysis tool designed to detect the start of a new bear market or bull market by studying long-term stock market trends. Edwin Coppock, a market analyst and economist, created the indicator in the late 1960s to help long-term investors spot the beginning of new bull markets, naming it after himself.

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Chaikin Volatility

The Chaikin Volatility indicator measures market volatility and helps traders identify potential breakouts and trend reversals; traders can use this information to manage risk by setting appropriate stop losses

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The Chaikin Volatility serves as a technical analysis indicator for measuring the volatility of an asset or security. Created by Marc Chaikin, a well-known trader and analyst, in the 1980s, this indicator helps traders make informed decisions regarding asset price volatility. Chaikin has also developed other technical analysis tools like the Chaikin Money Flow indicator for measuring an asset’s buying and selling pressure, leading to his recognition as a respected figure in the trading and analysis field.

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Trend reversal; or how to determine signs of a reversal when trading or investing

Being able to identify trend reversals is important to avoid getting caught in a reversal (which is anytime the trend direction of a stock or other type of financial asset changes), and to avoid losses and make better trading decisions

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Determining signs of a reversal in trading and investing or identifying a trend reversal in financial markets can be challenging, as it requires careful analysis of various indicators and factors.

Here are some key factors that traders and investors often consider when trying to identify signs of a reversal including some indicators that are commonly used to spot potential changes in market direction:

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Standard Error Bands

Traders use the Standard Error Bands to identify potential buy and sell signals, measure volatility, and manage risk exposure by adjusting their position sizing based on the distance between the current price and the bands

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Standard Error Bands are a type of technical indicator utilized by traders and analysts to determine possible support and resistance levels for a security’s price. These bands consist of upper and lower lines drawn around a best-fit linear regression line, indicating the standard errors of the price data from the linear regression line.

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Mass Index

By leveraging the Mass Index indicator, traders can optimize strategies, exploit market conditions, and enhance decision-making by analyzing price compression, fluctuations, anticipating market shifts, maximizing opportunities, and identifying trend reversals and heightened volatility

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Discover potential price reversals in financial instruments with the Mass Index, a widely used technical analysis indicator. Developed by renowned analyst Donald Dorsey, this indicator identifies periods of price consolidation or compression, which often precede significant price movements. In 1992, Dorsey introduced the Mass Index in the Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities magazine, leveraging his extensive research on market behavior and price patterns. This tool effectively detects potential reversals in the price action of financial instruments.

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Demand Index

Utilizing the Demand Index indicator empowers traders with valuable insights into market sentiment, equilibrium of buying and selling pressure, potential reversals, breakout signal confirmation, and the strength of price movements, leading to well-informed trading decisions and heightened confidence

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The Demand Index serves as a valuable technical analysis indicator utilized for evaluating the buying and selling pressure within the financial market. Developed by James Sibbet, a highly renowned author and technical analyst known for his influential contributions to the field, the indicator was introduced in the book “Capturing Profit with Technical Analysis.”

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Trailing Stop Loss

The Trailing Stop Loss is a risk management tool that enables traders to capture gains while limiting potential losses in the market . . . It helps close out positions when the market moves against them, providing a level of protection and reducing the emotional component of trading decisions

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A Trailing Stop Loss (TSL) is a popular order used in trading to help investors limit their potential losses while also potentially locking in profits. Essentially, a trailing stop loss is an order placed with a broker to sell a security if its price falls to a certain level below the current market price.

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Zig Zag Indicator

The Zig Zag Indicator assists traders in recognizing notable price shifts while disregarding insignificant price fluctuations, resulting in an enhanced understanding of market trends and possible reversals, thereby enabling traders to make well-informed trading choices

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The Zig Zag indicator is a technical analysis tool used to identify changes in price trends. It is a chart study that is typically used in stock, forex, and futures trading.

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Insync Index

The Insync Index offers traders a holistic market trend perspective through multiple technical indicators, aiding informed trading decisions . . . it also enhances risk management when utilized alongside other indicators and strategies

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The Insync Index is a widely used technical analysis indicator that offers traders a comprehensive view of the market. The tool was created by Norm North in the early 2000s with the goal of combining several technical analysis indicators into a single measure to create a comprehensive measure of market trends and momentum.

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Vertical Horizontal Filter

The Vertical Horizontal Filter is a valuable technical analysis tool that enables traders to identify market trends and volatility . . . and by measuring market conditions, traders can adjust their trading strategies to optimize their performance

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The Vertical Horizontal Filter (VHF) is a widely-used technical analysis tool that helps identify whether a market or security is moving sideways or trending. Developed in the 1990s by Adam White, a well-known financial analyst and trader, it has become a popular way to measure market volatility and market conditions.

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