ComponentOne FinancialChart for WPF
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    ClassRepresents an Average True Range indicator series for the FinancialChart.
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    ClassRepresents financial charting control.
    ClassRepresents a Commodity Channel Index indicator series for the FinancialChart.
    ClassRepresents a Moving Average Envelopes overlay series for the FinancialChart. Moving average envelopes are moving average set above and below a standard moving average. The amount above/blow the standard moving average is percentage based and dictated by the size property.
    ClassRepresents a Fibonacci Retracements tool for the FinancialChart. This tool enables the calculation and plotting of various alert levels that are useful in financial charts.
    ClassRepresents a Fibonacci Arcs tool for the FinancialChart.
    ClassRepresents a Fibonacci Fan tool for the FinancialChart.
    ClassRepresents a Fibonacci Time Zones tool for the FinancialChart.
    ClassRepresents options for FinancialChart.
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    ClassRepresents a series of data points to display in the chart.
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    ClassRepresents indicator base class.
    ClassRepresents a moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD) indicator series. The MACD indicator is designed to reveal changes in strength, direction, momentum, and duration of an asset's price trend.
    ClassBase class for Macd and MscdHistogram.
    ClassRepresents a Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD) Histogram indicator series for FinancialChart. The MACD indicator is designed to reveal changes in strength, direction, momentum, and duration of an asset's price trend.
    ClassRepresents a moving average trendline for FinancialChart.
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    ClassRepresents a Relative Strength Index indicator series for the FinancialChart.
    ClassRepresents a Stochastic Oscillator indicator series for FinancialChart. Stochastic oscillators are momentum indicators designed to predict price turning points by comparing an asset's closing price to its high-low range. The Stochastic series can be used for fast (default), slow and full stochastic oscillators.To create a slow or full stochastic oscillator, set the SmoothingPeriod to an integer value greater than one; slow stochastic oscillators generally use a fixed SmoothingPeriod of three.To create or revert to a fast stochastic oscillator, set the SmoothingPeriod to an integer value of one.
    ClassRepresents a Williams %R indicator series for the FinancialChart.
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