Learn how to open or load a chart and access configuration menus. The lesson will teach TWS chart users simple shortcuts allowing them to change time periods and add simple studies. Control the display to show candlesticks, bars or lines.
This lesson explains the integration of TWS ChartTrader within charts. Viewers will learn how to enable ChartTrader across TWS or simply within a single chart. Use ChartTrader to create and adjust orders to enhance your trading experience.
The sample video below is a lesson entitled: TWS ChartTrader –Configuration and Creating Orders
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