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mesa613



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PostPosted: Tue Sep 26, 2006 11:05 am    Post subject: general hourly candlestick chart question Reply with quote

I probably should know this, but since I'm not in the practice of using 60 minute candlestick signals all that often I don't. Been thinking about this lately though

How exactly do most hourly charts handle the extra 30 minutes in each trading day? Question Question

I mean is the 30 minutes given its own "hourly" candle? Is it combined with the first or last hour of a trading day making one "1 1/2 hour hourly candle"? Combined with the following day's half hour? etc.

I'm really curious to know if anyone has the answer.

Thanks.
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mjlewis



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PostPosted: Tue Sep 26, 2006 5:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

At least on stockcharts, the first candle they show for the day on a 60 min chart is at 9am, and covers the activity from open - 10am. The last candle they show for the day is at 3pm, and it appears to cover the activity from 3pm - close.

I don't use RT charting, so perhaps they look different there, but that's what it looks like on the stockcharts charts I see.
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