HYCHARTS - Technical Analysis, Inc.
HyCharts developer Ronald De Angelo describes HyCharts as a "utility for the Dow Jones Industrial Average
(DJIA)," and the program has the functional feel of a utility. HyCharts gets the job done without a lot of graphic
Checking Figure 1, you'll see a view of the DJIA that you might not have in front of you every day. Covering the
period 1915-36, the chart, a log chart, shows relative price movement rather than the absolute prices usually
shown. HyCharts provided not only the graphics - which could have been point and figure - but also the data. Usually, HyCharts leads you to a graph or a test of trading the DJIA itself. Charts provide daily, weekly, monthly
and quarterly periodicity but have no interactivity (zooming, data readout or drawing).