VERTICAL LINE CHARTING


VERTICAL LINE CHARTING
(столбиковая диаграмма) инструмент технического анализа, основанный на построении серии отсчетов вертикальных отрезков, на которых отмечается максимум, минимум и величина при закрытии временного промежутка для каждого отсчета; используется для того, чтобы помогать предсказывать будущие ценовые движения;

Глоссарий финансовых и биржевых терминов. 2010.

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