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EIKON

GETTING STARTED WITH CHARTING VIEW

  • About Charts in Eikon View description

    A short introduction to the charting options available in Eikon - Version 4 .

  • Getting Started with The Chart (CHT) App View description

    This module includes the following topics:

    • Create a Chart App (02:18)
    • Customizing a Chart App Quickly (03:03)
    • Add Analyses and Trendlines to a Chart (03:04)
    • Adding a Chart to your Favorites (01:27) more
    • Linking a Quote List with a Chart App (01:38)
    • Use Relative Performance Analysis (02:13)
    • Sharing Apps using Refinitiv Messenger (01:58)
    • Export Chart Data to Excel (01:33)
    • Customizing Chart Properties (03:34)
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  • Exploring Chart Options in Eikon View description

    This module includes the following topics:

    • An overview of Chart Views in Eikon (1:00)
    • The Company Chart View (2:15)
    • Comparing Companies (2:00)
    • Charting Fundamental Data with Chart Builder (2:00) more
    • Using Chart Builder to Create an Analysis Chart (3:00)
    • Using Workflow Charts (4:11)
    • Accessing Charts from the App Library (1:30)
    • Using Eikon Answers to Create a Technical Analysis Chart (2:30)
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  • Trevor Neil's Technical Analysis Surgery
    Scheduled Expert Led Training
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    This Technical Analysis Surgery Webinar is presented by Trevor Neil MSTA MSCI, principal trainer of the BETA Group based in London. Trevor shares his experience and knowledge of the markets and technical analysis, both ancient and modern. He uses the  Eikon Charting object to more demonstrate and explain the theory or technique, using examples from the market. The session is interactive via Webex and Audio Conferencing. Live sessions are held three times on Fridays and once on Mondays,  choose the time that suits you. January 15th and 18th How to Draw a Trend Line Chartists use trend lines to portray the supply and demand that drives market prices, but the art of drawing them is subjective. There are schools of thought amongst technical analysts as to what is allowed and what is not - Join up the closes or highs and lows? No breaches in a line allowed for it to be valid? At what point is a line actually broken? Trevor Neil will discuss these and other points and clarify the thinking to further improve your success rate in drawing and evaluating trend lines correctly. He will discuss his own rules and approach using color, solid/dashed lines, and line thickness to visualize the power and likely reliability of the line. He will also suggest a systematic, rule-based (and therefore programmable and testable) technique for drawing trend lines. This is a section from his Advanced Technical Analysis in the Dealing Room course. February 19th and 22nd Haikin-Ashi, Kagi and Renko charting In this session, Trevor Neil will explain these 'exotic' techniques and reveal their incredibly complex messages derived from their simple construction. Can you integrate some of their value into your work process? Who are they for? Understand them. Learn their 'rules'.  March 19th and 22nd Selecting Stocks for Bearish Trend Trading In this session, Trevor Neil will look at selecting securities which are likely to trend lower and tackle how to manage that sort of trade. Shorting of stocks has become more accessible and efficient in recent years. Shorting can be part of a risk reducing strategy for a portfolio and add considerable opportunity for Alpha generation. There are dangers in selling something you do now own but we know, particularly in equities, how much faster falls are in comparison with rises. (Why is this so?). He will look at candidate selection and how to protect this bearish position and how to exit when the move is over. .

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