Adding A Study to your EdgeProX Charts

Adding a Study to your EdgeProX Charts

There are a couple of ways to add indicators to your chart.

The first way is to click the study tab on the top of the chart: 


The second way that you could access the studies is by right clicking the chart and hovering your mouse over “Add Study”. You will be given the same list of studies to add to your chart.



The last way to access the studies you want to add to your chart is using the hot keys. You can pull up all the studies by holding CTRL and pressing “T”. When you push “CTRL+T” you will see the below pop up window.


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