Multiple stock price movements in technical analysis

How to compare price movements of multiple stocks using Technical Analysis?

1. Select Technical Analysis from the Tools menu.




2. Select symbol of your choice using the "Search Symbol" bar on top right corner of your screen.

3. Once your chart has been plotted you can use the "Compare or Add Symbol" to make share price comparisons.





4.  "Compare" will allow you to compare stocks on the same pane whilst the "Add" option will plot the next symbol on a different pane. 
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