There are plenty of Forex traders that use their Windows 8 tablets as main tools, and if you too are among them, then you need to have at your disposal a handy Windows 8 Forex app. From all the apps currently available, ChartIQ seems to be the best proposal.
ChartIQ has released their touch-enabled Windows 8 stock and Forex charting app almost a year ago, back in February, 2013, but only now do we have a look at it. Since the main tool for a Forex trader is represented by charts, that’s what this app is all about. At $22.99, it’s definitely not the cheapest Forex app available, but at least you know it’s something professional. There’s also the free trial option, so you can see if it’s worth the money or not.
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Master Forex on your Windows 8 tablet with this app
ChartIQ Plus provides a full range of charting and technical analysis tools, including premium indicators, drawing tools, and high-quality data. ChartIQ works with touch gestures, or with a keyboard and mouse – allowing you to use it no matter what Windows 8 device you’re on. The power of desktop charting with the ease and elegance of a touch app! ChartIQ Plus includes free high-quality end-of-day data with inexpensive subscription options for real-time, streaming intraday data.
Since Windows 8 is all about mixing the desktop and mobile together, the app will work on desktop devices, with the traditional keyboard and mouse and on mobile interfaces, with touch support. You will have at your disposal a full range of charting and technical analysis tools, like premium indicators, drawing tools, and high-quality data. The app comes with plenty of interesting and useful feature, from which here are some of the best important ones:
- StockTwits! – over 150,000 investors discuss stocks, join them and learn more about the markets
- Free end of daycharts for equities and major indices
- Automatic detection of open or closed gaps
- Easily create watch lists
- The Projection Tool predicts future price scenarios
- Calculate and plot moving averages against indicators such as RSI and volume