A trade chart is a set of bar graphs drawn to show the price of the commodity up for sale and also allows one to control the entry and exit of new goods through the system indicators provided for this purpose.
It consists of various sub-parts which are as follows-
There are display control buttons which allows one to increase or decrease the size of a price bar, shows the trade meters or hides them and also allows one to control how many trades they would to see.
The date and time of the trade in question is recorded at the bottom of the chart.
A list of all transacted trades is shown on the chart so that any information about a transaction requires a click on the indicator for that trade to view the apt chart.
Viewing the details of any trade is fairly simple because when one clicks on a trade it draws a crosshair across the page which connects all the details of that trade. The details are updated immediately according to any changes that occur.
The indicator details button, when clicked on, shows the value of the trade which is being indicated.
All prices of trade transactions are printed on the trade chart so that one can view the exact price before initiating a transaction.
All details of a trade; like dates, prices, profits, risks, duration, etc. are displayed on the trade chart so one is completely aware of what they are entering into before the transaction begins.