Do Your First 10 Sentiment Charts

Learning how to draw sentiment charts is one of the trickiest thing for most people who join QAV. But don’t stress! You’ll work it out. We all do eventually. And once you know how to draw them, it’s actually quite simple and fast.

But it’s worth spending a good chunk of time practicing.

One of the tools you’ll want to use is the Brettalator, a Google Sheet developed by QAV Club member Brett Fischer. You’ll find a link to it on the Club Member Resources page.

IMPORTANT: When you open up the Brettalator for the first time, you need to make a COPY of it in Google Sheets. Make sure you select FILE > MAKE A COPY before trying to use it. Don’t save it as an Excel file and try to open it in Excel. THAT WILL NOT WORK. It only works in Google Sheets.

You can use the Brettalator to check your sentiment charts with how it draws them. Please keep in mind that it might not be very accurate when drawing charts where the share price is under 50 cents. This is a limitation of Google Finance (which provides the data for the sheet).

You might also want to watch the 3PTL (three point trend line) videos on our Video page, starting with this one.

We also have a bunch of examples of sentiment charts we have drawn in the past.

And, of course, read through our section about how to draw them again.

Then, once you’ve drawn a bunch, post them to our Facebook group and let people help you out! Don’t worry – everyone in our group is VERY nice and helpful. We all remember what it was like when we got started.