This easy to use security charting program offers 30 editable
indicators, three of which will cost you plenty elsewhere. It
reads ASCII End of Day historical price files in a variety of
formats. If you do not have your own data use GRAFster7's
built-in down loader to fetch free
data for the symbols/tickers that interest you and then keep
it up to date. Once registered, you will also get links to
download the free Analyzer v1.17
and the Dmarc-O-Matic v4.1 signal finder. They all run on
Windows Vista and later.
Many customers who trade for a living use GRAFster7 at home
to avoid the excessive cost of the charting platform they use
This free program offers an
analysis of returns (% change) for two different predictive
pattern indicators (Cequential and Kombo) which mimic those
from DeMark. It parses ASCII csv End of Day historical price
files in a compatible format and records all instances of
price reversal signals. Analyzer then creates a sorted summary
table for each ticker showing returns for each signal.
At the same time it creates a more useful detailed report for
each symbol/ticker. It shows the % change values (% return)
after the signal for each of the 10 price records following
the signal. This report helps you identify the symbols/tickers
having price behaviors which could be exploited with these
predictive patterns. Analyzer also generates optional
histogram images (as 'png' files) for each ticker showing the
frequency distribution of returns.
Use this tool to get an objective appraisal of the
usefulness, if any, of these patterns. Decide for yourself.
With some tickers Buy pattern signals have been predictive
more often than not, while some other tickers show Sell
pattern signals have been predictive. Instances of both buy
and sell signals being consistently predictive for any ticker
are not so common.
This is a time-saving pattern search tool intended for use
with GRAFster7. You will receive a link to download its setup
program (863 kB) along with the link to GRAFster7. It is a free bonus for registered users. The
current version is 4.1 dated 08 May 2023.
What it does is quickly scan one or more folders with your
ASCII csv EoD price files and lists Setup, Cequential and/or
Kombo price patterns that have recently completed. You choose
the lookback and daily, weekly and/or monthly time periods.
View the list with a text editor or chart the symbols in the
list with GRAFster7. Can't be simpler than that.
GimmeFreeData3 - retired
The spectrum of free historical market data sources is
narrowing. MSN Money, AOL, OTC Markets, Bloomberg,
QuoteMedia, Google and WorldTrading are among those who have
fallen by the wayside because of policy changes, greed, the
9/11 attacks or other reasons known only to them. Since 2003
GimmeFreeData has kept pace with the evolving world wide web
and its free EoD security price sources. Every year a source
disappears or makes it difficult for automated algorithm
traders and utilities like GimmeFreeData to fetch their data.
As expected, it has become a victim of its own success. So,
after more than 14-years of reliable service to thousands of
fans worldwide, GimmeFreeData has been retired.
But don't despair. You can register yourself for GRAFster7
and use its built-in enhanced EoD ASCII csv data download
feature to fetch the data you want from a variety of free sources.
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