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Heat map

1. Entry

Explore -- Heat Map

2. How to Interpret the Heat Map

2.1 Area of a sector

The heat map can be drawn by Market Cap, Volume, and Turnover. Take the heat map drawn by Market Cap as an example. The larger the total market value of the corresponding stock is, the larger the sector area will be. The sector area is calculated as follows:

Sector Area = Total Area * Sector Market Cap / Total Market Cap  

2.2 Color of a sector

The color of a sector and the shade of the color are determined by the fluctuation range. The greater the fluctuation is, the darker the color will be.

Green Up / Red Down:

Red Up / Green Down:

3. Custom Settings

3.1 Sort

Sorting will affect the order and area of a sector. You can sort the sectors by Market Cap, Volume, and Turnover.

3.2 Quantity

The quantity of sectors will be changed. Top 30, Top 50, and All are available.

3.3 %Chg

%Chg will affect the color of a sector. You can view it by intraday, 5m, 5D, 10D, 20D, 60D, 120D, 250D, and Year.

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