• April 9th, 2018

Chart Manager gadget released!

Save your wave counts for later

While it’s always helpful in Technical Analysis to be able to save your charting work and come back to it later, one of the unique aspects of wave analysis is the practice of tracking a wave count or individual pattern over a period of time, sometimes even months or years.

You might want to compare a past pattern and its associated forecast or projections to a more up to date pattern interpretation, or you might want to track several patterns at different time scales, that together define a market’s context.

The new Chart Manager gadget makes this process extremely easy.



The Chart Manager keeps your charts organized by symbol/ticker and time frame, and you can assign your own title to each chart. The default title for a chart will always be the date and time that it was saved, but you can change the title simply by double-clicking on the default title and entering a new name.

Single-clicking on a chart’s title in the manager will display it in the currently selected chart in your workspace.

You can save a chart by clicking the save icon in the chart’s top tool bar as shown below, and any drawings, wave counts, or studies that you’ve added will be saved along with the chart, for easy recall later on. You never have to worry about losing your hard work again, and long term tracking of wave counts has never been easier.



You can add the Chart Manager to your workspace, either in the right sidebar gadget area, or in the Insight gadget area at the bottom of your workspace, And, like all the other gadgets, it can be dragged, sized, and positioned in the way that you choose.

Also, like all charts in WaveBasis, saved charts remain interactively linked to the Insight Gadgets, so you can continue to inspect wave ratios, next subwave projections, and the wave guide in real time.

The Chart Manager has been a great boon for productivity for us internally, so we hope it helps your trading at least as much as it has for us. Happy Charting!