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This Simple Little Option Is A HUGE Productivity Booster

On this week’s edition of StockCharts TV‘s StockCharts in Focus, Grayson shows you how to boost your charting workflow with the “Inspect” tool. These powerful little crosshairs pack a punch, with hidden features that let you measure in multiple directions, track price and percent changes on your charts and see bar counts on the fly. Learn how to use the Inspect tools in both SharpCharts and ACP and hear how Grayson puts them to work in his own trading and investing routines.

This video originally premiered on May 24, 2024. Click on the above image to watch on our dedicated StockCharts in Focus page on StockCharts TV.

You can view all previously recorded episodes of StockCharts in Focus at this link.


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