Visit Google Finance or Yahoo Finance, navigate to your favorite stock, press the print screen button, paste it in your preferred image editor, edit the image, and upload the image to your website. The main drawback with this method is that if you want an updated chart, you have to make another print screen and redo the entire process.
Embed a chart from Google Finance by using this code snippet:
- AMZN is the ticker symbol. Amazon in this case
- 20Y is the time - as in 20 years. If the stock hasn't existed for 20 years, the chart will automatically begin on the first day of trading. You can change this to 20d for 20 days, and 20M for 20 months
- i is currently unknown and I will update as soon as I find out
This is the result:
Visit wikinvest and use their Embed Stock Chart service. This is the result:
The drawback with this method is that you have to use flash, so the chart will not be shown on your iPad.
Embed a chart from YCharts. This is the result:
This last method seems to be the best alternative. The chart will be displayed on your iPad and you can modify the chart in multiple ways when you create it.
If you need a chart that display the price of a commodity, such as sugar, you should embed a chart from Index Mundi.