Welcome to Himalaya Exchange Trading Page.
You can find the trading pairs (HCN/HDO), Current (Last) price and 24 hours changes of trading prices (High, Low and volume) on the top section.
The trading chart (Candlestick charts) is located in the middle of the Trading interface. Here are the options that you can select your trading chart display other than candlestick, for instance, Basic Line graphs, Line graphs, Bar graph, Heikin Ashi graphs, Hollow candles, and Area Graphs.
You can also maximize the trading chart screen by clicking the maximize button on the top right-hand corner.
The timeframe represented by each candlestick is alterable or the entire chart is displaying. The time interval buttons are located below the trading chart.
If you require more intervals, click the downward-facing arrow on the right-hand side.
Here you can select a new interval or press the [Edit] button to add more intervals to your default options.
Depth charts provides a visual representation of unfilled buy/sell orders on the order book.
Depth refers to the ability of a market for a specific asset to sustain large orders of that asset without the asset’s price moving significantly. The more open limit orders there are on both sides of an orderbook for an asset, the more depth that book has.
A depth chart is a graphical representation of buy and sell orders for a specific asset at various prices. A depth chart illustrates both sides of supply and demand to show how much of an asset you can sell at a particular price point.
A depth chart is split in the middle, which is the price of the asset during the last trade.
It is also organized across the bottom by price.
On the left (green) side you have the lowest buy order (price) that buyers hope the asset will become so they can buy it affordably.
On the right (red) side you have the highest sell order (price) that sellers hope the asset will become so they can sell it for a large profit.
Himalaya Exchange provides various drawing tools for our investors, which will help analyse the market and create a better view of the trading chart.
You can find the several default drawings tools and options which can apply directly to the trading chart on the left-hand side.
These drawing tools can help you with drawing analysis, such as trend line or price measure. Simply click on the drawing tools toolbar and customize your trading chart.
There is a list of technical indicators available that can guide your forecast and display analysis of market movement. Simply click the ""Indicators” button on the top side of the chart, find your preferred indicators or simply insert the indicators or analysis patterns by typing its name into the indicator search box, for example moving averages, RSI, MACD and more, then the indicators will appear in the trading view.
Candlestick charts are a graphical representation of the price movements of an asset. The timeframe of each candlestick is customizable and can represent a given time period. Each candlestick contains the open price/close price/high price/low price, along with the highest and lowest price in the period.
To customize your candlestick chart, double click on any of the candles in Trading View to bring up its settings.
• Style allows you to change the way your candlesticks look.
• Scales gives numerous options for the scaling and margin of your candlesticks, including Auto Scale, Log Scale, and Percentage Scale.
• Background provides options for changing the look of the candlestick chart’s background.
• Timezone/Sessions allows you to choose your time zone.
Five most important candlesticks to know!
An often-ignored candlestick pattern is meaningless.
Doji can be one of the most important patterns when combined with other technical analysis tools.
It shows indecision in the market and when it breaks out, conclusions can be drawn about the further probable price movement.
The bearish candlestick completely engulfs the previous bullish candlestick.
This impulse shows that sellers are stronger than buyers and, as a result, there is a possibility of further decline.
A bullish candlestick completely engulfs the previous bearish candlestick.
This growth impulse shows that buyers are stronger than sellers and, as a result, there is a likelihood of further growth.
A clear sign of sellers' domination.
After the opening of the candle, prices moved upward, but at the close of the candle, sellers began to dominate buyers and the price closes near or below the opening price.
The tail of this candlestick shows that it was in it that sellers began to "crush" buyers.
With such a pattern, there is a possibility of further decline.
A clear sign of customer dominance.
After the opening of the candle, prices moved downward, but at the close of the candle, buyers began to dominate the sellers and the price closes near or above the opening price.
The tail of this candlestick shows that it was in it that buyers began to "crush" sellers.
With such a pattern, there is a possibility of further growth.
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