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Display clutter is a widely studied phenomenon in ergonomics, where information density and other properties of task-relevant visualizations are related to effective user performance and visual attention. This paper examines the impact of clutter in the context of financial stock visualizations. Depending on their expertise, traders can use a variety of different cues to judge the current and future value of a stock and to assess its riskiness. In our study, two groups of participants (novicesdoi:10.1016/j.apergo.2019.05.008 pmid:31280801 fatcat:32l7j6httrhwtmtzqz2yrgkjei