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How to Use the Chart Scanner:
Bespoke’s Chart Scanner lets users quickly and easily browse through hundreds of charts across indices, sectors, and asset classes. Charts can be tagged as “Bullish” or “Bearish,” which then appear in the user’s “My Charts” tab.
How to mark a chart as “Bullish”: When browsing charts, click (or tap on mobile) the chart once to mark it as a Bullish chart pattern. Charts marked Bullish will show a green border.
How to mark a chart as “Bearish”: Click (or tap on mobile) the chart twice to mark it as a Bearish chart pattern. Charts marked as Bearish will show a red border.
Charts marked as Bullish or Bearish appear under the “My Charts” tab in the “Bullish” or “Bearish” categories upon refreshing the browser.
To clear a Bullish or Bearish chart, click (or tap on mobile) the chart until it is no longer highlighted in green (two clicks or taps) or red (one click or tap).
To clear ALL OF your Bullish or Bearish chart patterns, click the “Clear Charts” button at the top of the “Bullish” or “Bearish” categories under the “My Charts” tab.
Order By: Users can change the order that charts populate. Charts can be sorted ascending or descending by Ticker, Company Name, Bespoke Trend Score, or % From 50-Day Moving Average. Selecting “Random” populates charts in a random order.
Settings: Click the Settings button to change the chart type, chart colors, and chart date range. Moving averages can be added or removed here as well. Click the “Set as Default” button to save current settings.
Users can open a large, interactive version of each individual chart by clicking the opposing arrows icon in the upper left corner of each chart.
Chart Scanner users can track the performance of their Bullish and Bearish calls.
When Performance Tracking is turned “ON,” the performance of your Bullish and Bearish calls will be tracked.
Entry points: When a chart is marked as Bullish or Bearish, it becomes an “Open Position” on the Performance tab. The entry price used for new positions is the price shown on the chart at that time (usually the prior trading day’s closing price). As long as the chart remains marked as Bullish or Bearish, it will remain an Open Position for the purposes of performance tracking.
Closed Positions: When you clear a Bullish or Bearish chart by clicking it until it is no longer highlighted in green or red, the position is closed at the price shown on the chart at that time. The position will move from the “Open Positions” section of the Performance page to the “Closed Positions” section.
Performance Summary Section:
# of Positions – the combined number of your Open and Closed Positions
Win Rate (%) – the percentage of Open and Closed positions that have resulted in a positive change. For charts marked as Bullish, a positive change results from the current price being greater than the entry price. For charts marked as Bearish, a positive change results from the current price being lower than the entry price.
Beat S&P 500 (%) – the percentage of Opened and Closed Positions that performed better than the S&P 500 over the position’s time span.
Average Change (%) – the average percentage change of all Open and Closed positions.
Turning Performance Tracking Off: To turn off Performance Tracking, click the On/Off button at the top of the Performance tab to Off. Turning Performance Tracking off clears all historical performance for closed AND open positions. Turning Performance Tracking from Off to On restarts performance tracking from that point forward.
All information, data and analysis presented in our Chart Scanner is provided “AS IS” and without warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied. Bespoke believes all information, data and analysis contained in the Chart Scanner to be accurate, but does not guarantee its accuracy. All information, data and analysis provided by the Chart Scanner is for informational and educational purposes only and is not a recommendation to buy or sell a security or basket of securities, including but not limited to equities, options and other derivative products, fixed income products, and ETFs. For more information on using the Chart Scanner and how your information is stored, please visit our Legal Policy page.