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EIKON

GETTING STARTED WITH CHARTING VIEW

  • About Charts in Eikon - (3:00) 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 Thomson Reuters Messenger (01:58)
    • Export Chart Data to Excel (01:33)
    • Customizing Chart Properties (03:34)

  • 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. October 18th and 21st Setting Targets using Point and Figure Charts Point and Figure charts are based primarily on price action, not time. If there are no significant price moves over time, P&F charts will show no new data. This difference can make P&F charts ideal for detecting directional patterns and trends in a condensed format. They reduce the recorded 'noise' in the charts and form their patterns by price movement only, not just the passage of time.  The best book on the subject is by Jeremy du Plessis, The Definitive Guide to Point and Figure. P&F is considered the best technique for setting price targets, superior to regular chart ing because of its two unique attributes. In this course, Trevor will show you the Vertical and Horizontal methods of setting targets so you can use this technique yourself. November 15th and 18th What are the Magic Days and Bad Days in Your Market? With today's computing power and our excellent Eikon data, we can look for patterns in markets. One pattern is Magic Days and Bad Days. There may be reasons for these days -e.g. equity portfolio rebalancing, fundamental data releases. Trevor  will use Tradesignal and  Eikon data to find consistent patterns. His worksheet can be used in any market where there is enough history to make the results viable. We can use brute force testing - testing every single combinations of dates to find strong patterns. The worksheet will be made available to those who are interested in doing this work themselves. December 6th The Technical Year Ahead Last year at this time, Trevor Neil made his annual technical forecasts. We had a volatile and directionless stock market, a relentlessly rising dollar, flat yield curve and volatile energy in 2019. Trevor will make his technical forecasts for 2020. Send suggestions for markets to cover in this extra session; other than Stock Indices, the Dollar, Crude, German Power and Gold which he will cover. Send your RIC codes at trevor.neil@betagroup.co.uk. December 13th and 16th Andrew's Pitchforks Andrews' Pitchfork were developed by Alan Andrews and is a trend channel tool consisting of three lines; a median trend line in the center with two parallel equidistant trend lines on either side. These lines are drawn by selecting three points, usually based on reaction highs or lows moving from left to right on the chart. As with normal trend lines and channels, the outside trend lines mark potential support and resistance areas. A trend remains in place if the Pitchfork channel holds; reversals occur when prices break out of a Pitchfork channel.

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