Multiple Plot Areas
Improve your chart’s readability by moving series to adjacent plot areas. Stacking areas within a chart is a great way to prevent overlapping data series, and the Plot Area handles it for you.
With intelligent category and date axis rendering optimized for financial data, your charts will be readable and familiar to financial experts. FinancialChart also supports logarithmic axis.
Provide context for your data with annotations. Implement your own custom drawing or text, or use our predefined annotation shapes, including circles, squares, triangles, and more.
Visualize and analyze data trends with Trend Lines. Currently, we support all of the trend line types that Excel supports.
Moving Averages allow users to track average trends by creating a series of averages of the original data set. We currently support simple, exponential, weighted, and triangular moving averages.
Multiple function series types can be used to identify patterns in your data by visualizing mathematical formulas.
Precisely locate a particular data point with LineMarkers (CrossHairs), which can be displayed as horizontal, vertical or crosshair and can optionally snap to data points.
Customize the chart’s rendered range of data at runtime via the mouse with RangeSelector (Chart Navigator/Zoom Chart). The RangeSelector is often seen in financial applications, but can be useful anytime a large number of data points are being rendered.
First Class Angular Support
Heikin-Ashi charts are identical to standard candlestick charts, but they were designed to filter out noise and visualize the average pace of stock prices through a specific formula.
Renko charts focus exclusively on price changes of a certain amount and completely ignore time. Users can easily visualize trends in the data by removing the noise commonly seen in candlestick charts.
Another characteristic of Renko charts is that the size (height) of each block/brick is exactly the same.
Kagi look like step charts, but ignore time completely and focus on market reversals of a predetermined amount. When thickness (and possibly color) of a kagi line changes, this indicates a market reversal.
Line Break charts, commonly referred to as three line break charts, are similar to Point and Figure charts, ignoring time and only change direction when prices move a certain amount. A reversal occurs when the closing price exceeds the high or low of the previous lines (vertical bars).
Column Volume are identical to column chart types, but the width of each bar is controlled by the percentage of total volume.
Equi Volume are similar to range or high/low charts, but the width of each bar is controlled by the percentage of total volume.
Candle Volume are identical to candlestick charts, but the width of each candle is controlled by the percentage of total volume.
Arms Candle Volume
Arms Candle Volume charts are a combination of EquiVolume and CandleVolume chart types.
Financial Chart Intro
Learn how to get started with Wijmo’s FinancialChart control.
Financial Chart Explorer
A showcase for the new Wijmo 5 FinancialChart.
This sample uses the FinancialChart to display and compare stock quote information. The various advanced financial charting features are also demonstrated including markers, trend lines, annotations and data range selector.