On a price
history chart, you can display price indicators as part of the
analysis of a stock or a fund. The price indicators available are
technical indicator that charts a stock price's standard deviations
above and below a moving average, used to find unusual price
movements. ) , moving average
envelope( A trading band (bounded by upper and lower lines) that
is plotted on top of a security's price chart at a specified
percentage above and below a selected moving average. ) ,
and price channel(A
margin defined by upper and lower lines that typically show the
trailing 20-day high and 20-day low. Using the price channel
strategy, you buy when the weekly closing price moves up to a new
20-period high, and you sell or sell short when the weekly closing
price moves down to a new 20-period low. ) .
At the top of the page, click Investing, and
then click Stocks or Funds.
Type a company name or ticker symbol in the Name or
symbol box, and then click Get
In the left pane under Charts, click
At the top of the chart, click the Chart
arrow, and then click Price History.
On the chart's Period menu, select a time
period of one month or greater.
On the chart's Analysis menu, point to
Price Indicators, and then click a price