Forex Charts

Forex Rate charts are live interactive forex charts with real time data ranging from 1 minute to daily and weekly time scales.

Our charts are also presented with a whole host of indicators including MACD, RSI, CCI, Moving Averages, Bollinger Bands, and Stochastics. You can also use drawing tools to create trend lines, fibonacci retracements, Pitchforks and more.

Every indicator setting is fully customisable, you can adjust periods and colours to suit your preferred set ups. Charts can also be viewed in line, bar and candle format.

To show more or less data on the chart you can use the zoom tools which are located on the main window of all the forex charts, this enables you to see more data in one view.

Choose your prefered Currency Chart from the list below.

Our forex Charts are provided for USD, GBP, EUR, JPY, CHF, EGP, SAR, QAR and many more cross pairs..

Most Popular Forex Charts


These forex charts tend to be the most traded. Brokers usually offer small spreads for these cross pairs, because there is a lot of volume with being associated with the US Dollar.

More Major Forex Charts


These pairs are traded less but still represent major economies in Europe, Asia and Americas. Often have large spreads with forex brokers.

Using Charts for Trading


While there are many ways to trade forex, charts and technical analysis are the tools most often used for entry and exit points in any traders strategy. They can show you support and resistance levels, swing points and help you determine risk by giving you a visual guide on where to place stop loss orders, and when to take profit.

Banks and institutions will take a long term view of a chart. They will take positions based on weekly and daily trends, and often use forex as a hedge against other investments they have made in a country.

Daytraders and retail traders will often use much shorter timeframes, such as daily, 4 hour and 1 hour charts. Swing traders may use an hourly chart to trade a swing over several days, while some daytrading strategies can offer trades based on very short timeframes such as 15 or 5 minute charts. This can also be known as scalping, as the trader wants to be in and out very fast.

Whatever your preferred style of trading, our charts are real time, stable and useful for a guide to current prices.


 


Providing the latest Foreign Exchange rates and information for the UK.

xm.com

Live Currency Rates

Live Streaming Quotes

Forex Tools and Data

Popular Charts

Exchange Rates

Other chart sites