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I compared small timeframes: M1, M5, M15, M30, H1. On the charts of Binance and WL. Everywhere there is a shift of 1 candle.

On the daily charts everything is fine.

Weekly charts are another problem. The week starts on Fridays. And see how much the weekly candle on 02/10/2023 different on charts, for example, for BTCUSDT or ADAUSDT
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I compared small timeframes: M1, M5, M15, M30, H1. On the charts of Binance and WL. Everywhere there is a shift of 1 candle.

You mean the timestamp? Binance's data may be timestamped start of bar while WL uses end of bar.
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Yes, that's what I thought at first. But on the daily charts, there is no such problem. D1 Binance and WL charts are identical in date.

Compare the time and quotes of the M15 charts in Binance and WL. And charts D1.
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One convention is required for multi-time frame analysis synchronization, and WealthLab's convention is to use end-of-interval/period timestamps. There's no difference in the data.

Daily bars [usually] don't have an associated time, just a date. So it's no wonder this is the same between different clients. However, a Weekly bar will have the date of the last period in the week, so this is likely to be different than when viewed in another client application.
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