The main chart in Stock Rover is the price chart. In addition to the price chart, Stock Rover offers a number of additional charts that can be displayed with, or instead of the price chart. There are four categories of additional charts; Valuation Charts, Technical Charts, Ratio Charts, and Fundamental Charts.
The following sections describe the different types of charts available in Stock Rover.
The price chart charts the price over time of the primary ticker. The price chart has many additional capabilities and options. For example, it can chart additional tickers, known as comparison tickers. It can also chart benchmarks and macro objects such as portfolios, watchlists and screeners.
The price chart can be in dollars, or by price percentage change. It can also be displayed logarithmically or in Candlestick mode. Price charts can be augmented with events such as dividends, earning announcements, splits and maximum drawdown. All of these features are described in depth later in this help section.
There are currently four valuation charts that can used to gauge the valuation of a company. They are:
Each of these charts are discussed in more detail in the Valuation Charts section of the help.
There are a number of technical charts available, many with configuration options to further refine their behavior. They are:
Each of these charts are discussed in more detail in the Technical Charts section of the help.
Ratio charts are a specialized chart found at the bottom of the Technicals menu. They have additional capabilities in comparing the performance of two tickers over time. Price, as well as over 100 other chartable metrics, can be compared over time. Technicals such as the simple moving average of the ratio line can optionally be included in the chart. More detail can be found in the Ratio Charts section of help.
Stock Rover can chart hundreds of fundamental metrics. You can also chart a set of fundamentals together in a group via the Metrics Package feature of Stock Rover. More detail on charting fundamental data can be found in the Fundamentals Charts section of the help.