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  1. #21
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    I find myself altering schemes depending on what information I'm looking for. But this is my favourite scheme...
    Do acid considerably? I almost had a seizure looking in the chart, that is wonderful. :surprised


  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Does acid much? I nearly had a seizure looking in the chart, that's great. :amazed
    Oh c'mon! It is not that glowing!! LOL

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Oh c'mon! It is not that bright!! LOL
    Alright, okay, perhaps a little exaggeration on my part...

  4. #24
    Good thread folks!

    Here is my choice, been using it for about 6 weeks. Before I had been using a black background but I found it tiring to get my eyes when I saw charts for many hours a day.

  5. #25
    [quote=accrete;100312]Greetings, my suggestion is do a fast search on google, or comparable, for the word After my study almost a year ago here is what I have already been using, and I'm looking at charts about 9 hours every day performing TA and these. Very calming and I'm happy and chipper all day long : ) Cheers, Thom picture[/quote


    what's the color scheme your charts have been put, I don't see the color preferences.

    thank you

  6. #26
    I favor a dark background and light foreground, exact colours vary depending on the chart and mood.

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Green color for Long trend, red color for Brief trend. Oscillators- does not matter. Really the most crucial part are playing with the Moving Averages- different colors for different periods. When all Moving Averages cross, this is a good sign for shing of the fad . image
    which is logical. If your Moving Averages were all the exact same colour you would be conflating them all the time.

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote . In case your Moving Averages were the exact same colour you'd be conflating them all of the time.
    Exactly, I utilize EMA 20 50 plus they are green and red! Same colours are really confusing from the rangy market.

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Exactly, I utilize EMA 20 50 and they are green and red! Same colors are really confusing in the rangy market.
    True. In my opinion all different tools should be contrasting colours. The chart may wind up looking a little garish, but it will be clear.

  10. #30
    Here is what my charts seem like. I really don't know about them appearing professional, but they're easy on the eyes.

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