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by CI Staff

MarketBrowser is a stock charting program that enables users to perform their own technical analysis. The free version provides windows for 12 separate charts and offers numerous technical indicators. However, the prices are displayed at a 20-minute delay.

After installing and opening the program, populate the charts with the companies you want to track by clicking on each window and entering the ticker symbol. A graph of the date and price will be shown for a one-year period by default, but the time frame can be changed to up to 50 years. The Favorites dropdown menu allows you to plot charts for the Dow, NASDAQ and S&P 500. Each of these charts can be expanded to fill the entire program screen.

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