Binance chart screener and trend table
All line graphs are displayed as a grid. You can choose the number of charts in one line
From two to eight.
Two graphs per line:
Eight charts per line
If you click on the toggle switch, then the chart control panel is hidden.
The displayed charts are built on the minute timeframe. Buttons from 15m to 1D are time units in minutes.
15m = 15 minute candlesticks
1D = 1440 minute candlesticks.
The trend is defined as follows:
If the price at the beginning of the period is less than the current price, then this is an uptrend
If the price at the beginning of the period is equal to the current price, then this is a flat
If the price at the beginning of the period is higher than the current price, then this is a downtrend
The color of the price line depends on the state of the trend on the chart, i.e.:
Green means uptrend
Yellow means flat
A red color means a downtrend
The thickness of the price line depends on the volatility. The higher the volatility is, the thicker the price line is.
There is also sorting by: TICKER, Price change (percentage of price change) and Volatility.
Clicking on a line chart area or ticker opens the TradingView chart.
Our charting solution uses the well-known TradingView charting system, which is very popular among traders and investors all over the world and allows users to get valuable information about market events through such services as economic calendar, stock screener, and others.
You can add or remove a coin from the watchlist by clicking on the checkbox next to the ticker.
You can navigate between the graphs of other coins by using the keyboard arrows ⬅️⬆️⬇️➡️ or by clicking on the arrows on the sides of the window with the Tradingview graph.
All trends are based on line charts. The two tabs are linked.
The table has two blocks – trends and groups of tickers on a common basis.
If the price at the beginning of the period is less than the current price, it is an uptrend
If the price at the beginning of the period is equal to the current price, it is a flat
If the price at the beginning of the period is higher than the current price, it is a downtrend
A star in the ALL TF column informs about the full prevalence of the trend.
A red star means "only down" (there is a downtrend for all periods)
A green star means "only up" (there is an uptrend for all periods)
BOUNCE signals a bounce or correction. This happens when the first five columns of trends have become opposite to the next five.
A green star represents a bounce on a downtrend
The red star is a correction on an uptrend
The right block of the table has active navigation. If you click on the ticker, the line in the left block is highlighted
You can add all coins from a column to the watchlist by clicking on the checkbox next to the column name.
By clicking on the ticker, you will open the minute chart
Navigation in the table is carried out with the up and down arrows along the borders of the chart window