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Charts

With Alpha you can request on-demand charts for crypto, forex, and stocks. Get instant access to almost any chart via Discord using simple commands. You can even add indicators, change candle types, timeframes, and more. Nearly anything you can do with a free TradingView account, you can do with Alpha Bot on Discord using the chart command. Alpha Bot is already the premiere Discord bot for TradingView charts used by the biggest financial communities, and we are adding more partners for charts like TradingLite, FINVIZ, and Bookmaps every day.

Syntax

To bring up charts, use c <ticker id> <exchange> <timeframe(s)> <candle type> <indicators>. From there it's all about customizing the chart you want. You can also use c tl, c fv, or t tv to explicitly request a chart from TradingLite, Finviz, or TradingView respectively.

Note: You can use set tradinglite on or set tradinglite off to switch between TradingView and TradingLite charts as your default chart choice.

Examples

  • The following command produces an hourly BTCUSDT chart from Binance.

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    John Doe
    March 19, 2020

    c btc

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    Alpha
    March 19, 2020

    A TradingLite Chart being pulled up by Alpha Bot using Alpha's on-demand chart feature with TradingLite charts turned on be default

  • The following command produces a 4-hour TSLA chart with MACD and Elliott Wave indicators.

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    John Doe
    March 19, 2020

    c tsla 4h macd ew

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    Alpha
    March 19, 2020

    A TSLA chart with MACD and Elliott Wave indicators on TradingView being pulled up by Alpha Bot

  • The following command produces a weekly XBTUSD log chart from BitMEX explicitly from TradingView.

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    John Doe
    March 19, 2020

    c tv xbt w log

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    Alpha
    March 19, 2020

    Alpha Bot being used to call up a TradingView chart featuring BitMEX charts on a weekly timeframe

  • The following command produces a 5-minute ADABTC chart from Binance with RSI, and Stoch RSI indicators.

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    John Doe
    March 19, 2020

    c ada 5m rsi srsi

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    Alpha
    March 19, 2020

    Alpha being used to call up a TradingView chart with 5-minute ADABTC chart from Binance with RSI, and Stoch RSI indicators

  • The following command produces a 15-minute BNBUSDT chart from Binance with Bollinger Bands, and MFI indicators.

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    John Doe
    March 19, 2020

    c bnbusd 15m bb mfi

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    Alpha
    March 19, 2020

    Alpha being used to produce a 15-minute BNBUSDT chart from Binance with Bollinger Bands, and MFI indicators

  • The following command produces a hourly ETHUSD chart from Bitmex explicitly from TradingLite.

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    John Doe
    March 19, 2020

    c tl eth

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    Alpha
    March 19, 2020

    Alpha being used to call up an hourly ETHUSD chart from Bitmex using TradingLite

  • The following command produces a monthly EURUSD chart.

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    John Doe
    March 19, 2020

    c eurusd mo

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    Alpha
    March 19, 2020

    Alpha being used to call up a monthly forex chart using TradingView

Charting parameters

Indicators: NV (no volume), NP (no price), ACCD (Accumulation/Distribution), ADR, Aroon, ATR, Awesome (Awesome Oscillator), BB, BBW, CMF, Chaikin (Chaikin Oscillator), Chande (Chande Momentum Oscillator), CI (Choppiness Index), CCI, CRSI, CC (Correlation Coefficient), DPO, DM, DONCH (Donchian Channels), DEMA, EOM, EFI, EW (Elliott Wave), ENV (Envelope), Fisher (Fisher Transform), HV (Historical Volatility), HMA, Ichimoku, Keltner (Keltner Channels), KST, LR (Linear Regression), MACD, MOM, MFI, Moon (Moon Phases), MA, EMA, WMA, OBV, PSAR, PPHL (Pivot Points High Low), PPS (Pivot Points Standard), PO (Price Oscillator), PVT, ROC, RSI, RVI (Relative Vigor Index), VI (volatility index), SMIEI (SMI Ergodic Indicator), SMIEO (SMI Ergodic Oscillator), Stoch, SRSI (Stochastic RSI), TEMA (Triple EMA), TRIX, Ultimate (Ultimate Oscillator), VSTOP (Volatility Stop), VWAP, VWMA, WilliamsR, WilliamsA (Williams Alligator), WF (Williams Fractal), ZZ (Zig Zag)

Indicators are only available on TradingView.

Timeframes: 1m, 2m, 3m, 5m, 15m, 30m, 45m (1/2/3/5/10/15/20/30/45-minute), 1h, 2h, 3h, 4h, 6h, 8h, 12h (1/2/3/4/6/8/12-hour), 1d, 2d, 3d (1/2/3-day), 1w, 2w (1/2-week), 1mo, 2mo, 3mo, 4mo, 6mo (1/2/3/4/6-month), 1y, 2y, 3y, 4y, (1/2/3/4-year)

Not all timeframes are supported on all platforms.

Exchanges: nasdaq, dj, sp, cboe, cmeglobex, forexcom, fxcm, icedataservices, oanda, nyse, arca, asx, b3, belex, bist, bme, bmv, bse, bvc, bvl, byma, cobt, comex, cse, dfm, egx, eurex, euronext, fse, ftse, fwb, gpw, hex, hkex, hose, hsi, iceeur, iceusa, icex, idx, jse, krx, lse, lsin, mcx, mil, moex, myx, neo, nse, nymex, nzx, omx, omxr, ose, otc, qse, saxo, set, sgx, six, sse, sto, swb, szse, tadawul, talse, tase, tfex, tfx, tocom, tse, tsx, tsxv, twse, vse, xetr, binance, bitmex, binancefutures, huobipro, coinbasepro, okex, bithumb, kraken, bitfinex2, bitstamp, bitflyer, poloniex, kucoin, bittrex, ftx, bitbay, bybit, deribit, bitpanda, bitso, btcyou, cexio, coinfloor, gemini, gocio, hitbtc, korbit, mercado, okcoin, therocktrading

Not all exchanges are supported on all platforms.

Candle types: bars, candles, hollow (hollow candles), ha (heikin ashi), lb (line break), line, area, renko, kagi, pf (point & figure)

Not all candle types are supported on all platforms.

Other parameters: low (low left shifted heat map intensity on TradingLite), med (medium left shifted heat map itensity on TradingLite), high (high left shifted heat map intensity on TradingLite), crazy (crazy high left shifted heat map intensity on TradingLite), whales (right shifted heat map intensity on TradingLite), ta (advanced Finviz chart), log (log chart scale on TradingView), shorts (Bitfinex shorts ticker shortcut), longs (Bitfinex longs ticker shortcut), dark (dark chart theme), light (light chart theme), wide (wide style chart image),link (request an underlying chart link)

Most of other parameters are platform specific.