based on an earlier version of the Wolfram Language.
Financial visualization is used to understand how the price of stocks, commodities, currencies, etc. changes over time. Candlesticks and related charts use stylized glyphs to represent multiple prices, such as open, high, low, and close prices. Trading charts add additional indicators to highlight different price signals, such as volume, trends, inertia, momentum, etc. Renko and related charts instead focus on the change in prices and compress time when there is little change. Mathematica financial visualization functions automatically use built-in financial data or can use price data from other sources. Charts provide a high level of automation for aesthetics and financial computations, as well as detailed options for tuning and extensibility. Mathematica provides a built-in library of around 100 financial indicators with automatic or specified settings and aesthetics to combine with the financial visualizations.
CandlestickChart — candlestick and OHLC chart of open-high-low-close prices
DateListPlot — line chart of prices
TradingChart — complete trading chart, possibly including technical indicators
InteractiveTradingChart — interactive trading chart
FinancialIndicator — symbolic representation of technical indicators
KagiChart — Kagi chart of prices
RenkoChart — Renko chart of prices
PointFigureChart — point and figure chart of prices
LineBreakChart — -line break chart of prices
ChartElementFunction — function used to generate graphics for chart elements
EventLabels — labeling for particular dates in financial data
TrendStyle — styles used for up and down trends