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tiger64 | 19:26 Sun 21st Feb 2010 | Personal Finance
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Hi can anybody help, we are after some free charting software for the fste 250 index. A site that you dont have to sign up to, we just want to get some pratice in setting up candlestick charts or a spreed betting site. We know its free for 30 days on some but we will need a bit more time.
As we are new to all this. thanks for your time and help. Tiger64 and the Dove23.

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Hi tiger64, if you just want free charting to study candlestick patterns live etc try using a MT4 Metatrader demo platform just as the free demo available from ODL Markets or Alpari Uk. ODL includes the major indices and major CFD's but is mainly geared up for the foreign exchange markets (which are very volitile).

http://www.freestockcharts.com/,...
23:00 Thu 25th Feb 2010
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Does it have to be the ftse 250?
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sorry about the spelling, no we could try something other than fste 250 thanks
Hi tiger64, if you just want free charting to study candlestick patterns live etc try using a MT4 Metatrader demo platform just as the free demo available from ODL Markets or Alpari Uk. ODL includes the major indices and major CFD's but is mainly geared up for the foreign exchange markets (which are very volitile).

http://www.freestockcharts.com/, offer free live charting for USA equities and include candlesticks and include all the commonly used indicators.

Any probs give me a shout.
http://www.alpari.co....ount/metatrader4.html

MT4 demo's last for 30 days, after expiry simply go to 'file' and 'open account' to keep re-activating for further 30 days at a time. I was going to put a screen shot here but I do not know how to !!!
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thanks for you time and help. great

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