We have recently released major scanner updates, the post summarizes their usage & benefits:
Drag and Drop filters across groups or re-arrange them across the scan
Duplicate group or a single filter
Copy the filter to clipboard
Count & Countstreak functions
Least & Greatest functions
Drag and Drop filters across groups or re-arrange them across the scan -> Allows to you drag and drop across different groups to make re-oraganinzing a scanner, press left mouse button and drag/move your while the button is pressed to move the filters, sample video below,
Duplicate group or a single filter -> Duplicate a filter or a group by clicking on the copy icon as seen below
Copy the filter to clipboard -> Copy filter text to clipboard by clicking on the “word” icon, as seen below
Count & Countstreak functions -> Helps you to count the total number of times a given filter in the past candles Count eg: ->Filter “Latest count( 50, 1 where latest close > latest upper bollinger band ( 20 , 2 ) ) greater than equal to 2” will return all stocks that have closed above the upper bollinger band for 2 or more days in the past 50 days
Countstreak eg: -> Filter “Latest countstreak( 20, 1 where latest close > latest sma ( latest close , 200 ) )greater than equal to 10” will return all stocks that have continesouly(in a streak) closed above its 200 SMA for the past 10 or more candles(daily timeframe)
Least & Greatest functions -> Helps to get the greatest or the least of a given set of filters
eg: greatest( Latest Open, Latest Close ) will return the greatest value from either the open or the close
We hope these additional features will further simply your scanner creation. If you do have any queries please feel free to leave a comment here or reach us at [email protected]
A segment filter has been added to the topmost filter for modification. These future stock prices are based on NSE cash stocks and indices only. Refer to the below image:
How to run a scan for stocks in the Watchlist?
Click on the segment filter at the top of the screener page, and select “Watchlist” from the dropdown menu. The scan will then be run for the stocks in your Watchlist. You can create your new watchlist here
How to perform Weekly/Monthly scans?
After an indicator/attribute has been added, click on the “Latest” prefix right before it and change it to any of the “Weekly” range groups, e.g., “Weekly”, “1 week ago,” and so on… The same applies to Monthly filters –
How to run Intraday timeframe scans?
After you have added an indicator, you can click on the “latest” prefix on the left-hand side and change it to the Intraday timeframe you want. E.g.:
In a premium subscription, you can access 1/2 and 3-minute timeframes. Whereas in a free version, timeframes are from 5 minutes onwards
How to add indicators on charts?
Navigate to the chart of the stock you want to analyze.
Select the “Indicators” button on the left side of the chart. To add an indicator to a chart, follow these steps:
Scroll through the list of available indicators and select the one you want to add to the chart. Once you open a chart, the left side has an option for indicators; you can select an indicator per your preference.
Do you show or add Pre-Market data?
Pre-market data for the current day is available at 9:09 am and includes data up until 09:08:59 am. Our scans for daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly candles are updated at 09:09 am, while intraday candles with intervals of 1/2/3 minutes are updated starting from 09:15 am.
Alerts are not sent out before 9.15 am. You will need to manually run the scan and view the results with candles, including pre-market values.
Why is volume data not available for indices like Nifty and Banknifty?
Indices like Nifty and Banknifty do not have volume data because they are composite instruments of multiple stocks. Indices are calculated based on the price movements of the underlying stocks rather than their volume. Hence, volume data is irrelevant for indices and not displayed on charts and scans.
Do you have pre-defined scans that we can run?
On our “SCREENER” page, many pre-built screeners are available for use. These screeners can be found on the list and used to start your analysis. You can choose from fundamental and technical screeners according to your preferred strategy. You also search for other scans as well—E.g., breakout stocks, RSI scanners, NR 7 scans…etc. Here is an example of searched scans – Search for NR7 scans
How can we increase the number of stocks shown in the Atlas dashboard(from 50)?
We have set a default stock limit of 50. However, if you wish to increase the number of stocks displayed in your dashboard, please follow these steps:
Open your dashboard and select the ‘Group/Sort’ option.
Drag the ‘Data per symbol’ option from 5 to 1.
After you have made this change, the ‘Number of symbols’ option will appear, automatically set to 50.
You can then drag this option up to 1000 to display more stock results.
Can we set our scans or dashboard as private mode/hidden from others?
Yes, This feature is available to our premium subscription users. It allows users to create scans or dashboards that can be made private, rendering them hidden and inaccessible to others.
You can find this feature located below the ‘submit’ button when you save your scan or dashboard.
Mobile or Desktop Application for chartink?
At this time, Chartink is only available as a web-based application and does not have a mobile or desktop app for Android or iOS devices. However, you can access Chartink on your mobile phone and desktop using a web browser.
Not able to copy-paste scans?
It could be because of usage of the “Custom indicator” used in the scan. Copy and paste custom indicators used in scanners. To access and utilize the custom indicators used in a scan:
Click on the purple arrow mark (>>) next to the custom indicator.
The formula for the custom indicator will be displayed. Now click on a “copy” of this indicator.
Open a new scan and input the name of the custom indicator in the desired condition. Here is a sample video tutorial as a reference – Copy paste scan filters.mp4
Does chartink support mathematical functions?
Yes, Below are a few examples of it:
Abs() – Absolute – Returns the absolute value of an expression/number. For example, using ABS on (5 +(-10) = -5) will return the output as positive (5). Reference dashboard here.
CEIL() – This function returns the smallest integer value, which is bigger than or equal to a number. For example, CEIL on (312.70) will return the output as positive (313). Reference dashboard here.
Floor() – Returns the highest integer less than the given number. For example, using Floor on (521.70) will return the output as positive (521). Reference dashboard here.
ROUND() – The ROUND function rounds a number to a specified number of digits. For example, using Floor on (296.20) will return the output as positive (269). Reference dashboard here.
Can we recover deleted scan in chartink?
Yes, To assist with restoring a deleted scan or widget, it would be helpful to have more information, such as the name and date of deletion. This will allow us to access backups from the appropriate time frame. You can share these details here- [email protected].
Who owns chartink?
What are the benefits of chartink premium?
As a premium member, you will have access to dedicated scanner support. This includes requesting custom scans and collaborating on their creation and sharing. You would be able to:
Access realtime data for Charts & Scans every minute
Create Alerts and receive updates of stock breakouts over SMS/EMAIL/mobile/desktop/webhooks
View charts in 1/2/3 minute timeframes with auto-refresh
Run screeners in 1/2/3 minute timeframes with auto-refresh
Scan any watchlist via the segment dropdown of a scan
Private Scans & Dashboard
Customized Atlas dashboards for market overview
Dedicated support for your scanner or dashboard requirements