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CQG earned a solid reputation through decades of reliable performance, providing traders with innovative trading interfaces complete with accurate global market data, professional analytical tools, and advanced order routing.

Drawing Tools

Drawing Tools

A broad range of intelligent drawing tools is available. Trend Lines, Andrews' Pitchfork, Fibonacci Arcs, Gann Fans, and other studies can be easily drawn with a mouse click.
Technical Analysis Ideas

Technical Analysis Ideas

MultiCharts gives you advanced analysis tools. A broad range of indicators, chart types, drawing tools, and trading strategies are ready for your immediate use. 
EasyLanguage Friendly

EasyLanguage Friendly

EasyLanguage is a programming language that was developed by TradeStation Securities. It is a popular language because it’s easy to learn without specialized training.

Market Scanner

Market Scanner

Scan all securities universe one-by-one with a specified frequency and at the same time monitor hundreds of selected instruments in real-time. 
Chart Trading

Chart Trading

Trading from a chart is one of the most popular approaches by discretionary traders. You can see price movements along with your indicators, and recognize where appropriate levels will be for price action.
Chart analysis

Chart analysis

Charting is one of the most important aspects of trading software.MultiCharts lets you easily view charts of any length, limited only by the amount of memory in your computer.

Trading Platform Features

MultiCharts is an award-winning trading platform. Whether you need day trading software or you invest for longer periods, MultiCharts has features that may help achieve your trading goals. High-definition charting, built-in indicators and strategies, one-click trading from chart and DOM, high-precision backtesting, brute-force and genetic optimization, automated execution and support for EasyLanguage scripts are all key tools at your disposal.

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MultiCharts’ advantage is based on building robust trading strategies, accurate market data with minimal delivery time, order execution within milliseconds, and lower-than-average transaction fees. 
Volume Analysis
Market Data Playback
Strategy Trading
Strategy Development
Strategy Backtesting
Trading System Analysis
Trading Strategy Optimization
Walk-Forward Testing
Automated Trading
Visual Trading
Depth Of Market (DOM)
Supported Data Feeds
No more remembering prices to type them in later - surface of each chart tracks movements of your mouse and you can place orders at the exact levels you click on. Simply hover your mouse over the appropriate price, right-click and choose the order type and quantity.
Now you can step away from the computer without missing a beat - convenient Sound Alerts will tell you if an order was filled, the position was opened or closed, or if your connection went down. You can also fine-tune them to your liking, and be free to do other tasks without having to watch charts all the time.
You see a detailed summary of your orders, positions, and accounts across all brokers that you are trading. You can cancel or modify pending orders, or even flatten entire positions directly from this window. All information is in one convenient place, and you can sort and filter to zoom in on the pieces that you need. You can also export the reports from Order Tracker into Excel for further analysis.
MultiCharts allows you to trade through any broker from any chart, but sometimes brokers and data feed give different names to the same symbol. Symbol mapping lets you translate between the chart and the broker by filling out the necessary details and making the symbol understandable to the broker.
MultiCharts has 12 indicators included to help visualize volume in different ways. TimePriceOpportunity is of special interest when working with 2 data series.
  • TimePriceOpportunity (TPO)
  • Volume
  • Volume Average
  • Volume Breakout
  • Volume Down
  • Volume Gradient
  • Volume Oscillator
  • Volume Rate of Change
  • Volume Ratio
  • Volume Today
  • Volume Up
  • Volume Weighted Average Price
There are two methods available in MultiCharts that specify how to differentiate Buy and Sell volume on Cumulative Delta charts. You can choose either Ask Traded vs Bid Traded or Up Ticks vs Down Ticks option. Ask Traded vs Bid Traded method compares the current tick price with the current Ask or Bid tick price. Up and Down Ticks breakdown uses the comparison of the current and the previous tick price. 

Chart Types

Professional technical analysis requires that you have professional tools at your disposal. MultiCharts has both regular and exotic chart types to meet your individual needs. Each chart type offers a different perspective on the market—so you can make informed decisions. 

Time Price OpportunityMutliCharts-Time Price Opportunity

Our TPO chart is designed to be flexible with easy to use customization options that allows for flawless switching from any other TPO tool with which you may be familiar. TPO identifies where the most trading is occurring at any given time. It analyzes the amount of trading activity based on time for each level the market traded at for any given time frame.

Volume DeltaMultiCharts - Volume Delta

This chart lets you see how many trades were done at ask and bid on each price level within a bar. The bars look like boxes with appropriate numbers displayed within them. There are two calculation methods: “Ask Traded vs Bid Traded” and “Up Ticks vs Down Ticks”.

MultiCharts - Volume ProfileVolume Profile

Volume Profile tracks trading activity volume across different price levels and varying time length.

OHLCMultiCharts - OHLC

This chart type is the most common way to display data for analysis. Open, high, low, and close prices are shown for the time increment represented by the bar. Bar charts can be time-based, tick-based, or volume-based.

MultiCharts - Point and FigurePoint and Figure

This chart type only plots price movements, without taking time into consideration. A column of X’s is plotted as the price rises—and O’s as the price drops.

CandlesticksMultiCharts - Candlesticks

This chart type uses the same price data as regular bar charts, with each candlestick representing the open, high, low, and close. The thick part, called the real body, represents the range between opening and closing prices. Long thin lines, shadows and wicks/tails, represent the range of price movement for the bar.

MultiCharts - RenkoRenko

This chart type only plots price movements, without taking time or volume into consideration. It is constructed from ticks and looks like bricks stacked in adjacent columns. A new brick is drawn after the price passes the top or bottom of previously predefined amount.

KagiMultiCharts - Kagi

This chart type looks like a continuous line that changes directions and switches from thin to bold. The direction changes when the price changes beyond a predefined amount, and the line switches between thin and bold if the last change bypassed the last horizontal line.

MultiCharts - BetterRenkoBetterRenko

This chart type differs from traditional Renko bars in two main ways: it plots only real data and it displays data outside of boxes as wicks. It removes noise while being useful for backtesting.

3 Line breakMultiCharts - 3 Line break

This chart type only plots price movements, without taking time or volume into consideration. This chart type displays a series of vertical boxes that are based on price changes.

MultiCharts - Heiken-AshiHeiken-Ashi

Heiken-Ashi means “average bar” in Japanese. Open, High, Low and Close prices of HA candlesticks are not actual prices, they are results from averaging values of the previous bar, which helps eliminate random volatility.

Cumulative DeltaMultiCharts - Cumulative Delta

Cumulative Delta is based on direction-based volume accumulation, not on price. The scale of the chart shows volume and bars represent accumulated delta (buy – sell) of the volume for specified resolution. In trending markets CD will move into positive or negative values, while it will oscillate around zero in non-trending markets.

MultiCharts - 14Hollow Candlesticks

Hollow candlesticks appear when the closing price is greater than the open, and filled candlesticks appear when the closing price is less than the open. This is the only difference from a regular candlestick chart.

Candlesticks with borderMultiCharts - Candlesticks with border

The only difference from a regular candlesticks chart is the borders around the body of the candle.

MultiCharts - HLCHLC

The only difference from an OHLC bar is that the opening price is not shown.

Invisible BarsMultiCharts - Invisible Bars

This functionality hides the chart from view, yet it can still be used for calculations. For example, if only indicator information is needed to be seen, you can hide the data series so you are not distracted.

MultiCharts - DotsDots

This chart type plots a single dot at the closing price of each bar.

Line on CloseMultiCharts - Line on Close

This chart type connects the closing price for each bar with a line.

MultiCharts - Symbol ChartSymbol Chart

This chart type plots crosses at specified price values (indicators only).

Histogram chartMultiCharts - Histogram Chart

This chart type plots vertical lines, which can be based on volume, price, and other factors.


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Tech Specs

Before you start using MultiCharts, make sure your PC meets the following system requirements:
CPU Dual Core
(2.5 GHz or higher)
Quad Core
(3 GHz or higher)
RAM 4 GB 8 GB  
Free space 2 GB 4 GB  
Monitor Resolution of 1280 x 1024 or higher UHD resolution 
of 3840x2160
MultiCharts works on Windows 7, 8, 10
Brokers & data feeds

To receive real-time data, you need a compatible data vendor subscription or an account with a compatible brokerage. 



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