Incredible Charts

  • Stock Chart Demo
  • What's New
    The latest developments with Incredible Charts software and website
  • About Us
    Incredible Charts was started by two brothers: Colin Twiggs, a chartered accountant with a background in investment banking; and Robin, a Pascal/Delphi programmer.
  • Contact Us
    FAQs, Technical Support, Premium Members Support, Telephone & Fax Numbers.


  • Technical Analysis
    Technical analysis is founded on three basic tenets from Dow Theory, underpinned by the concept of support and resistance..
  • Dow Theory Trends
    Dow Theory lays out the basic principles of technical analysis, identifying trend changes and bull and bear markets.
  • Chart Patterns
    Chart Patterns are formed by support and resistance levels and by trend lines.
  • Candlestick Patterns
    Candlestick chart signals that may not be apparent on a normal bar chart.
  • Trading Strategy
    Know what to trade, what direction to trade, how to trade, when to trade, how much to trade, your costs, your time frame, and when to quit.
  • Stock Screener
    Identify trending, ranging or potential breakout stocks with the Stock Screener: Moving averages, MACD, Bollinger bands, Twiggs Money Flow, Directional Movement, RSI, Stochastic, Twiggs Momentum......
  • Active Investing
    Active investors combine fundamental and technical analysis, moving in and out of the market in accordance with the phases of the business cycle.
  • The Yield Curve
    Negative yield curves have proved reliable predictors of economic recession. However, recent experience in the United Kingdom and Australia raises questions...

Technical Indicators

  • Indicators: A Guide
    When using indicators, it pays to understand their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Indicators A ~ Z
    Alphabetical listing of Incredible Charts indicators.
  • Trend Indicators
    Trend indicators measure trend direction. Moving averages, Directional Movement and MACD are three of the most popular trend indicators.
  • Momentum Indicators
    Momentum, Rate of Change, Relative Strength and Stochastic are the most popular momentum oscillators, fluctuating between overbought and oversold levels.
  • Volatility
    Volatility is a statistical measure of risk called the coefficient of variation.

Money Management

  • Money Management
    Money management is designed to protect your capital from drawdowns. Capital preservation should be your #1 priority.
  • The 2% Rule
    Don't risk a large percentage of your capital on a single trade. Follow the 2% Rule.

Stop Loss Orders

  • Stop Loss Orders
    Stop loss orders are limits set by traders at which they will automatically enter or exit trades.
  • Setting Stop Loss Orders
    Base your stops on technical levels otherwise they will cost you money. Arbitrary levels are liable to be breached by the normal cycle.
  • Adjusting Stop Loss Orders
    Lock in your profits and ride the trend, avoiding shake-outs by minor corrections.
  • Maximum Acceptable Loss
    An objective formula used to assess the risk associated with each trade.
  • Trailing Stop Loss Orders
    A powerful formula for limiting losses, protecting profits and avoiding false signals.
  • Trailing Percentage Stops
    Trailing Percentage Stops work with a ratchet effect, trailing price movements by a set percentage.