A chart is a collection of historical price action that is represented visually...
A visual representation of the history of a share, commodity, index or any other set of figures that occur regularly (e.g. a temperature chart).
To draw or exhibit in a graph.
graphical representation of price action
A sheet of paper, pasteboard, or the like, on which information is exhibited, esp. when the information is arranged in tabular form; as, an historical chart.
A map; esp., a hydrographic or marine map; a map on which is projected a portion of water and the land which it surrounds, or by which it is surrounded, intended especially for the use of seamen; as, the United States Coast Survey charts; the English Admiralty charts.
To lay down in a chart; to map; to delineate; as, to chart a coast.
A map of the heavens with emphasis on the Solar System. The modern Astrological Chart shows the Eastern horizon as the ascendant and the location of all the planets in relation to where the subject was born.
Futures prices plotted in a way that the chartist believes gives insight into futures price movements. Several futures markets are regularly influenced by buying or selling based on traders' price chart indications.
A chart that displays the daily trading price range (open, high, low and close).
a simple and organized manner to show you the best prices found on the Internet.
a clear window to the traders' souls
A written arrangement, whether a full score for many instruments or a lead sheet
(1) any musical score. (2) a special type of score, used by jazz musicians. Only the melody line, words (if any) and chord symbols are given. Clef, key signature and meter are given once only, at the beginning. The standards of musical notation and calligraphy are low. Details are often scanty or inaccurate, which encourages the musician to amend and elaborate the chart for his own purposes. Every jazz musician has his own book of miscellaneous charts.
Published ranking of records in terms of sales. Jargon for written music part, or chord symbols (-) as opposed to printed music.
A statistical "picture" of a race (from which past performances are compiled), that shows the position and margin of each horse at designated points of call (depending on the distance of the race), as well as the horses' age, weight carried, owner, trainer, jockey, and the race's purse, conditions, payoff prices, odds, time and other data.
A comprehensive account of a race showing the positions of all horses at various stages of the race.
A record of each race showing finish, calls, odds and comments describing each racer's performance; useful to handicappers studying a greyhound's past performance.
The report of a race giving positions of all horses at various places during the race. Also includes other information such as odds, handle, time and comments.
a depiction of the position of the Sun, and Moon, planets, and whatever other objects in the sky or calculations one wants to see at a specific time and place
a printed reproduction of a portion of Earth's surface depicting a plan view of the land and water
a table that depicts a particular species or group of fish