View a chart in line, high-low-close,
open-high-low-close, or candlestick format
charts can be viewed as line charts( A
chart that displays only the closing price for a security for each
time period. A line connects closing values from each period. Often
used for plotting mutual funds, which typically have a daily close
value only. ) , high-low-close charts, or candlestick chart(Chart that displays the high, low, opening, and closing
prices of a security for each period. The high and low are shown by
a vertical line, and the open and close are shown by a rectangle (a
black rectangle if the price fell, white if it went up).) .
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.
Click the Analysis arrow, and then click
Line Chart, High-Low-Close, or
Because high-low-close, open-high-low-close, and candlestick
charts display trading information for complete trading days, you
cannot use them for intraday periods.