The Chart screen can be accessed from the Watchlist screen. Also, it is possible to open a chart from the Orders, Positions, and Assets panels by swiping the desired instrument or asset to the left and tapping the ‘Chart’ button.

In the ‘Indices’ section swipe left or right the chart to change the symbol and choose the time frame.

Tap the name of the symbol at the list of added symbols to open the chart:

Chart toolbar

The Chart toolbar consists of 3 items:

  • Chart style – allows to choose the style of the chart. Available chart styles: Line, Candle, Area;

  • Chart templates – allows to create a chart template;

  • Settings – allows to open the Chart settings screen and configure the Default and Alert parameters.

The following chart settings are available for configuration:

  • Show orders – enables/disables the display of orders on the chart;

  • Show positions – enables/disables the display of positions on the chart;

  • Show alerts – enables/disables the display of alerts on the chart;

  • Fit orders/positions – if checked, all orders/positions will be fit into chart scaling;

  • Fit alerts – if checked, then alerts will be fit into chart scaling;

  • Volume – enables/disables the display of volume on the chart;

  • Visual trading validity – if checked, then the validity selection control will be present when placing an order in the visual trading mode;

  • Watermark mode – drop-down list that allows to select one of the options that will be displayed as a watermark on the chart. The following items are available: Symbol, Description, Symbol+Description, Instrument logo, None;

  • Watermark color – allows selecting the watermark coloring;

  • Show extended session – allows seeing bars from extended sessions on chart. The peculiarities of this setting also depend on the state of the "Use session periods for Intraday chart" setting that can be found in the BackOffice. If “Use session periods for Intraday chart = true”, then the aggregation will start from the first session of the day. At the same time, sessions that belong to the Before market/After market periods will be excluded from the Extended session list;

  • Spread type – allows setting up the way of spread displaying. Available options: Line with price (Bid and Ask) and None. If spread type is None, then single price indicator will be shown, depending on chart data type (Bid, Last, Ask etc.)

  • Chart mode - The setting allows the user to select the chart scaling mode. There are two modes to choose from: Auto and Manual.

    • In Manual mode the chart scaling is performed by Pinch gesture on the price scale, in other words - bringing your fingers together on the price will increase its scale, reducing its accuracy and vice versa spreading your fingers will increase its accuracy for more convenient setting of the order to the required value.

    • In turn, using the Auto mode will bring the chart to the optimal size, so that it would accommodate all the objects on it (indicators, positions, orders, etc.).

    Note that in addition to switching the mode in the settings, activation of Manual mode for the chart is also done by swiping up on the price scale. In turn, a double tap on the price scale will switch the chart mode to Auto.


Open the chart to see the added indicators.

Order entry

Read more information about Order entry screen here:


A set of graphical tools is available to assist in price movements analysis:

The following list of graphical tools is currently available:

Added drawings – this group includes all drawings that were added to the chart for the selected instrument. Opposite each drawing in this group there are controls:

  • Settings - tap to open the drawing settings;

  • Remove - tap to remove the drawing from the chart.

Recently used – group that contains the 5 last used drawings.

Fibonacci drawings:

  • Fibonacci retracement – retracement and price goals;

  • Fibonacci expansion – estimating support and resistance levels;

  • Fibonacci fans – places Fibonacci angles;

  • Fibonacci phi-channel – places Fibonacci levels on a trend line;

  • Fibonacci time goal analysis – places time goals.

Gann drawings:

  • Gann line – places a line drawn at the angle of 45 degrees;

  • Gann fans – places a series of diagonal lines;

  • Gann grid – places trends at the angle of 45 degrees.

Elliott Wave:

  • Elliott Impulse Wave(12345) — allows placing five waves on the chart in the direction of the main trend.

  • Elliott Correction Wave (ABC) — allows placing three waves on the chart in the opposite direction from the main trend.

  • Elliott Triangle Wave (ABCDE) — allows placing five secondary waves on the chart in the direction of the main trend.

  • Elliott Double Combo Wave(WXY) — allows placing three secondary waves on the chart in the opposite direction from the main trend.

  • Elliott Triple Combo Wave(WXYXZ) — allows placing five corrective waves on the chart.

Lines drawings:

  • Horizontal line – places a horizontal line on the chart;

  • Vertical line – places a vertical line on the chart;

  • Line – places a line on the chart;

  • Price channel – places levels on a trend line;

  • Andrew's pitchfork – places Andrew's channel Polygon.

Polygon drawings:

  • Rectangle – places a simple rectangle on the chart;

  • Triangle – places a simple triangle on the chart.

Short and Long Position: The Short and Long Position drawing allows the following:

  • to display absolute increment SL/TP per position;

  • to calculate the ratio of absolute increment SL/TP to position opening price;

  • to calculate position volume considering the number of funds;

  • to calculate PL when closing the position;

  • to calculate the account balance after the position is closed if the account size is known in advance;

  • to calculate Risk/Reward ratio.

In order to place a tool:

  • Open the Drawings panel and select the desired drawing tool;

  • If a tool requires points to be specified on the chart (e.g. a line requires two points while Andrew's pitchfork requires three), the user can place these points on the chart by tapping the required places.


Each drawing has its vertical Settings bar:

This bar allows the user to configure the following settings:

  • Line thickness;

  • Line style;

  • Line color;

  • Lock/unlock the drawing on the chart;

  • Open the menu that allows to adjust the levels of drawing, extend it to the left or right side, and select the time and price plotting points.

By pressing the top of the menu, the user can move it within the chart to any convenient place.

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