BTCSGD regular and advanced chart types.
CoinHako has deployed Tradingview’s regular and advanced chart types, that allows markets to be assessed at different levels. Renko charts allow you to view up or down trends, while Candlestick chart displays price movements within time periods. Due to Bitcoin’s volatility, the minute or 5minute chart is popular among the traders.
Suite of drawing tools for charting.
Market charts are windows to all traders. It is crucial for traders to be able to draw and derive trends with the drawing tools provided by the platform. It could be anything from freehand, applying FIBO, Elliot waves or even drawing simple trend lines across to points. Our BTCSGD chart will allow charting with up to 50 odd tools for our users.
Share your BTCSGD charts.
If you have completed the winning chart analysis, it is a good idea to take a screenshot for backup purposes, or even share it with our traders in our private telegram group for traders. You could do this either by Prt Scr (print screen) or Cmd+Shift+4 (Mac). Once you save the screenshot, drag the file into the telegram group and “share it in a quick way”. The process of setting up charts could be a daunting task, therefore it is in your interest to have each BTCSGD analysis saved.
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