Anyone knows how to link 2 charts under the same window in Interactive brokers?

mickael28

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Hi,

It might be a basic doubt, but I cannot find the way to do it.

Basically, I've just opened an IB window with a chart and from there, I've clicked on "File->Add chart to window". You can enter the same stock in the new chart, so that you can see 2 different timeframes simultaneously, however, if you then go to the top-left hand side and change the ticker, the update just applies to one of the charts, not to both.

Is there a way to link both charts under that same window so that when we change the stock in this window, both charts get updated simultaneously?

Thanks!!
 

counter_violent

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Hi,

It might be a basic doubt, but I cannot find the way to do it.

Basically, I've just opened an IB window with a chart and from there, I've clicked on "File->Add chart to window". You can enter the same stock in the new chart, so that you can see 2 different timeframes simultaneously, however, if you then go to the top-left hand side and change the ticker, the update just applies to one of the charts, not to both.

Is there a way to link both charts under that same window so that when we change the stock in this window, both charts get updated simultaneously?

Thanks!!
Allow me to google that for you.

https://www.interactivebrokers.co.uk/en/software/tws/usersguidebook/technicalanalytics/add_new_chart_to_existing_chart_window.htm
 
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mickael28

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Hi, thanks. I found that explanation as well, on top of a video and the PDF guide, however, when I have those 2 charts in view under the same window, if I change the single ticker that controls the window I just get an update in a single chart, not in both. It's like if they both are independent of each other...

I wanted to control both charts under the same window by changing a single ticker, rather than having 2 independent charts if you know what I mean.
 

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