Live Forex Market

Technical traders who are interested in going for technical analysis are using charting tools and indicators to identify trends and important price moments, where to open and close the positions. Charts are like the one below; you can explore it to analyze the currency pair or your preferred asset, change the scope of the time, and explore the number of indicators.

MDX500’s Forex Charts: Attributes And Functionalities

The root of technical analysis is charting. Charting is a visual representation of price movements shown during a long period of time, where you can choose the scope of price differences. Charts are a very active part of any technical trader’s work, taking advantage of various tools and indicators.

MDX500’s Forex Charts allow traders to create personalized charts and making the advanced study of price actions possible. The following attributes are easy used through Forex Charts:

Types of Charts

Choose from a variety of formats including bar, candlestick, Heikin Ashi, line, area, Renko or point and figure chart types.

Customizable Periodicity

Fully customizable intraday intervals are available, as well as daily, weekly and monthly timeframes.

Assets Comparison

Easily compare the performance of multiple assets or indices using price overlays through utilizing the “add symbol” function.


Multiple indicators stand ready and available for advanced technical analysis.

MDX500's Forex Charts is a boosting tool for the study of financial assets offered by all markets. Depending on the particular asset and market it is part of, pricing data is available in real-time, or on end- of- day basis. Below are listed the assets and fundamental data items by the Technical Charts:

International Indices

Index data from all major global exchanges


A wide variety of cryptocurrencies and related products

Economic Data

Fundamental economic statistics


All major, minor and exotic currency pairs


A wide variety of commonly traded CFDs are available


Equities from all major global exchanges and OTC markets