FAQ

  • What is CentralCharts ?

     

    CentralCharts is a simple, free tool that allows individuals and professionals traders to share their technical/chart analyses on all financial markets (Stocks, Indexes, Forex, and Commodities). The CentralCharts tool allows you to stay informed about new trade opportunities on your market/s by following your favorite products and/or traders. The CentralCharts rating system allows traders to distinguish from each other according to their activities, their preferences, and the quality of their analyses.

     

     

     

     

    The CentralCharts tool is ad-free "freeware" that can be added very easily to all types of website. Webmasters: Enrich the dynamic content of your pages by adding the Central Charts tool!

     

     

     

  • Why become a member of CentralCharts ?

  • Why share your technical analysis?

  • How to add the Central Charts tool to my website ?

    • Webmasters have the possibility to add the Central Charts' tool to their website, free of charge and without advertising.
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    • 1 / the version of the tool that you want to add to your site.
    • The full version does not take into account the different filters selected and therefore displays all analyses by all traders on all financial markets.
    • The filtered version allows you to display content according to your page. For example, if your page deals only with the DOW JONES, then it is best to filter the Central Charts tool so that only DOW JONES analyses appear.
    • 2 / Select the product/s for which analyses will be displayed.
    • 3 / Select the timeframes for which analyses will be displayed.
    • 4 / Select the traders for which analyses will be displayed.
    • 5 / Select the display layout of analysis thumbnails.
    • 6 / Select the display language for the Central Charts tool.
    • Do you have a problem with integrating the Central Charts tool on your site? Contact us

  • RSS feed of Centralcharts ?

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    • Yes.
    • Here is the URL of the CentralCharts RSS feed :
    • /rss/all/all/all/all/rss.xml
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    • Configure custom RSS feed by changing information directly into the url:
    • Each "all" is a variable that you can modify.
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    • - 1st "all" to get the RSS feed displaying analysis of the language of your choice.
    • Example : /rss/fr/all/all/all/rss.xml
    • This feed will display only french analysis.
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    • - 2nd "all" to get the RSS feed displaying analysis of the market of your choice.
    • Example : /rss/fr/5/all/all/rss.xml
    • This feed will display only french analysis on the Forex market.
    • NB : Forex (5) - Indices (6) - Stocks (7) - Commodities (8)
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    • - 3rd "all" to get the RSS feed displaying analysis of the product of your choice.
    • Example : /rss/fr/5/eur-usd/all/rss.xml
    • This feed will display only english analysis on the EUR/USD (Forex).
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    • - 4th "all" to get the RSS feed displaying analysis of the trader of your choice.
    • Example : /rss/fr/5/eur-usd/vincent-launay/rss.xml
    • This feed will display only french analysis on the EUR/USD (Forex) made by Vincent Launay.
    • NB : to find the name of the trader to be added on the feed url, visit the trader profile page.
    • The profile page of the trader "Vincent Launay" is available here : /fr/vincent-launay/wall/ ("vincent-launay" is the code to include in the RSS feed)
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    • How to automatically publish your CentralCharts analysis  on Twitter / Faccebook / Linkedin?
    • 1/ Register on : http://twitterfeed.com
    • 2/ Integrate RSS feeds displaying only your analysis; example:
    • NB : in "advanced settings", select "Custom" and then paste the URL into the field: : http://insty.info/noshort.php?url=%@
    • (This will display the exact url of your analysis, not a redirection URL)
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    • Here is the result on twitter; Your CentralCharts analyzes are posted automatically :
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    • https://twitter.com/BrunoDupray
    • NB : From "Twitter Feed", you can then easily integrate the same RSS feed automatically on Facebook or Linkedin.
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    • A problem with the CentralCharts RSS feed ? Contact us