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Question: What do you want them to implement?
I want 2 hourly intervals - 1 (25%)
I want 6 hourly intervals - 0 (0%)
I want 12 hourly intervals - 0 (0%)
I want custom intervals - 2 (50%)
I want them to reconfigure all intervals to equal a 1:2 ratio - 0 (0%)
Everything is BEST the way it is - 1 (25%)
Other (pls state in reply) - 0 (0%)
Total Voters: 4

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Spekulatius
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January 31, 2012, 10:41:37 PM
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Dear Mr. Bitcoincharts.com,

When I use different methods to predict market movements, I naturally look at charts with differently cut intervals, as it gives me a broader view of movement and reversal points. For daytrading the available 1-60 min intervals are very sufficient, but when it comes to weekly or bi-weekly outlooks, the hourly intervals present an instrument too tiny crafted to make significant statements. If you compare charts of the different intervals available for example:

From 1min- to 5min intervals the differential factor is 1:5
from 5min- to 15min intervals the differential factor is 1:3
from 15min- to 30min intervals the differential factor is 1:2
from 30min- to 60min intervals the differential factor is 1:2
from 60min- to 1day intervals the differential factor is 1:24!!

To improve the utility and value of bitcoincharts.com as a day-to-day trading tool, I'd like to see this augmentation being implemented in the coming updates.

Yours sincerely,
Spekulatius

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=62104.0

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