Access our free Renko charts in real time.
Please wait for the renko bricks to load completely (a few seconds or minutes, depending on your Internet connection).
You can conduct your own technical analysis and even take a snapshot of your chart on the fly.
The online renko brick chart works best with Firefox, Chrome or Safari browsers.
Note that you will not be able to customize (including changing the brick size) the chart. This is because the free Renko charts below are for reference purposes only.
The Renko chart below is based on a 14-period ATR based on the daily time frame as the base chart.
Click here to learn more about base chart and how it influences the Renko boxes.
You can change to any instrument of your choice and the Renko chart is activated automatically. The online chart uses the the 14-period ATR value of the instrument.
*Note: Please note that Renko charting service is available only for Daily and higher time frames.
To get intraday Renko charts, you will need to sign up for a Pro Subscription at Tradingview.com.
If you are serious about trading with Renko charts, then a Pro subscription at Tradingview.com is well worth the money.
The benefits of the Renko charts include:
- Ability to use intra-day time frames to build Renko charts
- Make use of custom Renko brick sizes
- Save unlimited charts and publish your analysis privately
Free Renko Charts
Use the online renko chart you see below. Note that this offers you to see the renko bars price history using the ATR method only.
To customize the chart, you will need to sign up at Tradingview.
You can also read this article on how to customize Tradingview Renko charts.
Are there any limitations on the type of indicators I can use on Renko charts?
There are few limitations because Renko charts after all are based on price.
Price is the basic and most important variable in any indicator and it doesn’t change whether you are trading with Renko charts or with any other custom chart type. You can take a look at the trading strategies using Renko charts here to get started.
Use any of these renko trading strategies or build your own custom renko strategy.
You can also trade renko charts based on price action techniques. The same methods that you use with the regular chart types (Candlestick, line or bar charts).
What is the best way to learn Renko charting?
You can start off by reading the basics of Renko charting here.
The collection of articles there, summarize everything you should know about Renko charts. The next place after that is to take a look at the trading strategies and pick a trading strategy of your choice and start practicing.
What are Renko Charts?
Renko charts are price charts which are independent of time.
This custom chart type originated in Japan and the name comes from the Japanese word, Renga meaning Brick. The renko charts are distinct because the ‘bricks’ or blocks only represent price. Time is not a factor when using Renko bars.
The most accurate Renko charts are based on tick data, but due to limitations, most Renko charts are based off M1 time frame. You can of course use your own custom time frame as the base charts.
Read more about base charts and how they are used in Renko charts here.
What markets can you trade with Renko?
You can apply Renko charting to just about any market under the sun. Of course, it goes without saying that the markets need to be liquid enough for you to trade. Renko charts can be used with stocks, forex, futures and ETF’s.
You can even apply Renko charting analysis to the bond markets as well, if you please. Ideally, Renko charts are useful if you want to swing trade the markets.
You can also day trading with renko. But Renko bricks are certainly not useful if you want to become a long term investor. For example this article shows you how to trade futures using Renko charts.
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