Chart Geany – technical analysis software

Chart Geany is a smart, easy to install, easy-to-use, completely free and multi-platform graphical software that has been designed from the offset to act as an intuitive and feature-rich utility for stock market charting and technical analysis.

The software is written in the C++ programming language and uses the Qt GUI toolkit for its graphical user interface.

The software is released under an open source license.

Features include:

  • Compatible with stocks, mutual funds, futures, indices.
  • Major technical analysis indicators: Simple Moving Average, Exponential Moving Average, MACD, Fast and Slow Stochastics, Money Flow Index, Rate of Change, Relative Strength Index, Williams %R, Bollinger Bands, Parabolic SAR, Average Directional Index, Aroon, Commodity Channel Index, Standard Deviation, Momentum, Directional Movement Index and Average True Range.
  • CGScript, an ISO C99 dialect, which allows you to design custom technical indicators and objects from scratch.
  • Line, Bar, Candle and Trend Candle (Heikin-Ashi) charts.
  • Stock ticker.
  • Time-frames: Day, Week, Month and Year.
  • Microsoft Excel xls files can be imported through the Quote Importer.
  • Easy download of quotes from Yahoo Finance, Alpha Vantage or IEX.
  • Spreadsheet-like data manager and quote browser.
  • Portfolio manager for multiple portfolios and multiple currencies.
  • Single file local storage. Work offline if needed.
  • Indicator templates with import and export
  • Statistics and fundamental data if available from the data feed
  • Pence to pounds converter for London Stock Exchange listed symbols
  • Tab-based graphical user interface. You can  manage the charts the same way you manage the pages of your web browser.
  • Drawing and text objects: Labels, Trailing Text (a label attached to specific date), Horizontal Lines, Vertical Lines, Trend Lines and Fibonacci Retracements.
  • Linear or semi-logarithmic price scaling.
  • Zoom In and Zoom out.
  • Comma Separated Values (CSV) files can be imported through the Quote Importer. Most common formats are supported like Metastock 7, Metastock 8 and AMI Broker.
  • One click screen shots for charts.
  • Periodical price updates, along with chart refresh. Must be available from the data feed
  • Self-contained software, independent from other software back-ends like Java Virtual Machine or .NET Framework.

Website: chart-geany.sourceforge.io
Support: Documentation
Developer: Lucas Tsatiris
License: GNU General Public License, version 2

Chart Geany

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