Advanced Charting

Advanced Charts, studies and other analysis tools developed and improved for over 29 years. Fully featured with many custom studies and powerful tools not seen in any other software platform.

  • Chart Stocks and Options
  • Multiple time frames
  • Over 25 standard Studies and Indicators
  • Over 10 proprietary Studies for stocks and options
  • Probability and Option Volatility Studies
  • Complete set of drawing tools including Fibonacci
  • Chart and Indicator Tabs
  • Customize theme and default settings
  • Float Charts outside the application to other monitors
  • Symbol linking between any feature in the platform
  • Cross Hair linking between charts on any time frame
  • Continuous Implied Volatility charts with proprietary Volatility Range study

Probability Cone Study

The main purpose of the Probability Cone is to provide a graphic representation of odds for an individual market to reach a price and time projection.

To interpret the Probability Cone in its’ most simple form you first identify where you assume the price of the market will be on a future date and the Cone will give you the estimated percentage of probability that prices will be there.

You can display both monthly and weekly option expiration’s along with various probabilities. The Cone can also be dragged from the last bar back in time to see how past probabilities turned out.

DT Volatility Range Study

The DT Volatility Range study is a unique tool used by the option traders to identify how the current continuous implied volatility compares to its historical range. Click to find out more.

Should you buy options or sell the premiums? Should you enter into a debit or credit spread? The Implied Volatility Range study is designed to help you take the guess work out of interpreting implied volatility and thereby making it easier to select the most appropriate options strategy.

DT Over/Under Priced Study

The DT Options Over/Under priced Study is a histogram or line based comparison of Implied and Historical Volatility selected levels of a Stocks Volatility. Typically, an options trader will compare Historical Volatility vs. Implied Volatility to gauge whether a stock has overpriced options or inexpensive options. The DT Options Over/Under priced will take the two selected Volatility’s and subtract the values and display the difference in a histogram or line form. In its default setting areas in ocean green represent higher priced options as Implied Volatility is greater than the historic and areas in dusty rose represent lower priced options due to lower Implied Volatility when compared to Historic.