Ever come across a chart you no longer need to have saved and want to delete it but don't know how? Outlined below are the simple steps Members can take to delete charts from their ChartLists. This tutorial will cover how to delete charts using the "10 per page", "CandleGlance", "ChartBook", "Gallery" and "Edit" views.
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Extra members can have up to 200 lists with 500 charts per list. As your lists develop, you may find a need to move or copy a chart amongst your lists. These are instructions for copying or moving charts between lists.
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Here's a quick guided tour of the features on the StockCharts homepage: http://stockcharts.com
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Connecting with other StockCharts users is a great way to get questions you have answered and a way to network with other users. The StockCharts Answer Network ("s.c.a.n." for short) is an independent website where StockCharts.com users can help each other get more value out of StockCharts.com.
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Investors who are focused on ETFs may want to restrict their scans so that they only look for ETFs that meet the scan's criteria. Here's how you can do that using both our Standard Scan Workbench and our Advanced Scan Workbench:
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There is an online Symbol Catalog you can use to search for symbols, but we recommend you let the Create a Chart symbol box do the searching for you. It's easier and much quicker.
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