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Jul. 31, 2010 12:59 PM ETAAPL, GS, JPM, WFC, BAC5 Comments
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by Jeffrey Lin (formerly is, in my opinion, the best free stock charting software.  Actually, I believe is head and shoulders above most stock charts by online brokers on their websites and other expensive stock charting software. If you’re still usingYahoo! Finance for charts and checking the price of a stock, you’re living in a cave (no offense to the Geico Caveman).’s parent company, Worden, took their flagship charting software package TeleChart 2007 (a.k.a. TCnet) and opened it to the public free to use. For many professional investors and traders, TeleChart 2007 is the top choice for charting software. has a database of over 7000 stocks.

*Note: Latest 15-minutes of real-time data is provided by the BATS exchange that currently accounts for 12% of market volume.

The top 3 features that set apart:

1. Real-Time charts and data for over 7000 U.S. stocks, some foreign markets, all major forex pairs, and market internals data (such as the NYSE advance/decline statistics Mark Haines announces every morning on CNBC’s Squawk on the Street). Make big watchlists of stocks you’re interested in and see all of the price changes in real-time.

2. Browser-based desktop-quality stock chart software right in your browser. No more worries about downloading, installing, and updating software. We are entering the age of cloud computing where all the expensive equipment and software are stored on some far away server.  All you need is to turn on your browser, on any computer from anywhere, and access all your data online. Google is doing it to email with Gmail, tradeMONSTERhas done it with the first browser-based broker & platform, and Worden is doing it to stock charting software with

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