Multiple Instruments

Every chart has a primary instrument that is plotted on the Price Graph. Secondary instruments may be overlaid on the Price Graph by choosing Instrument from the Study menu. You may add as many instrument studies to a chart as you like.
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Instrument Studies

The following screenshot displays the Instrument Study dialog. You may choose the instrument by either adding an existing instrument (already added to the Instrument Organizer) or searching for a new instrument. You may also choose the bar type and color for the study (used when the instrument is not the active instrument).

Instrument Study Dialog


Switching the Price Axis

You can temporarily switch the price axis by selecting a secondary instrument. The active (selected) instrument will change its color to match the current theme and the price axis will show the prices for that instrument and the real time graph indicators. The primary instrument will change its color to gray to indicate that it is not active.
To switch back to the primary instrument, de-select (click anywhere else on the graph) the active instrument. The following screenshot demonstrates the active secondary instrument, in this case Yahoo plotted vs Google:

Switching the Price Axis