If you are a scalper, day trader or a swing trader, you would love to take a look at different charts to confirm your technical analysis. For example, suppose you are scalping on the 5 minute chart. You would be interested in taking a look at the 15 minute as well as the 30 minute chart in order to confirm the trend before you enter into a long or a short trade. The default settings on the MT4 platform does not allow much freedom. If you want to take a look at different charts, you will have to constantly switch from one chart to another or you can even tile them but then you will have to make them small. Is there any solution?
This MT4 Floating Charts Software allows you to detach charts from the MT4 platform and move them independently to different monitors. Before you make a buy/sell decision, it is always a good idea to take a look at the different charts. In addition to that if you happen to be trading more than one currency pair at the same time, it become very tedious and cumbersome to constantly switch from one chart to another. When you switch from one currency pair to another, you can miss a good trading opportunity on one pair while looking at the other pair chart.
Using this Meta Trader 4 Floating Charts Software, you will be able to detach the charts and move them independently to different monitors. Each detached chart will have the Charts Option and Tools Menu available on top of it so that you don’t have to go back to the MT4 platform again and again.
As a trader, it is always a good idea to set up the charts on different monitors in such a way that it makes easy for you to take a look at the different charts with one glance without having to constantly switch from one chart to another. If you are trading daily and are a serious trader, you might want to take a look at this MT4 Floating Charts Software. It comes with 60 days of no questions asked money back guarantee. Don’t worry, MT4 Floating Charts Software is not going to affect the speed of your CPU as it has been developed with the view to put minimum load on the CPU.