Charting

Analyse stock price movements with technical tools to forecast trends and develop strategies.

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Step 1
Log in to DBS digibank with your User ID and PIN.
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Step 2
Authenticate your login.
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Step 3
Click on the Invest tab.
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Step 4
Click on the Trade button in the Equity Section.
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Step 5
Should you have multiple portfolios, select your preferred portfolio and click on the “Next” button.
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Step 6
Mouseover the Markets tab and select Charting.
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Step 7
Key in the stock name or symbol you would like to view.
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Step 8
Mouse your cursor along the chart to view past prices and volume of the stock displayed in the action box.
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Step 9
Make use of the tools available to analyse the price movement.
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Step 10
Mouseover to Add Indicator, choose from the dropdown list of indicators to be added to the chart.
You may add up to 5 indicators to the same chart.
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Step 11
To save the chart, mouse over to File and select Save.

Note: You can only save up to 10 charts.
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Step 12
Enter the customised name for your chart and proceed to Save for future reference.
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Step 13
From the File dropdown, select Load to retrieve your saved chart.
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Step 14
Once you have selected the chart, proceed to Load.
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Step 15
You can also save a similar charting template for other stock counters, from Save Template".
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Enter the customised name for your charting template and proceed to Save for future reference.
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Step 17
Selecting Load Template allows you to call out the saved template. Click Load to complete task.

Note: You can only save up to 10 templates.
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Step 18
Once you have selected the chart template, proceed to Load.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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DBS Online Equity Trading FAQs

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Disclaimer

The document is published by DBS Bank Ltd (“DBS Bank”) and is for information only. This document is intended for DBS Bank and its clients to whom it has been delivered, and may not be reproduced, transmitted or communicated to any other person without the prior written permission of DBS Bank. This document is not and does not constitute or form part of any offer, recommendation, invitation, or solicitation to subscribe to or to enter into considerations, any transaction, and should not be viewed as such. This document is not intended to provide, and should not be relied upon for accounting, legal or tax advice, or investment recommendations, and is not to be taken in substitution for the exercise of judgement by the reader, who should obtain separate legal or financial advice. DBS Bank does not act as an adviser and assumes no fiduciary responsibility or liability for any consequences, financial or otherwise.

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