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TradingView

Web3 Research and Analysis Tool

TradingView allows users to personalize their charts and indicators.

TradingView

Overview

What is

TradingView

TradingView allows users to personalize their charts and indicators.

TradingView

fees

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TradingView

supported currencies

Twitter
@tradingview
Available in the US?
Year founded
2012
Accepted payment forms for
TradingView
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Pros

  • TradingView has many useful features that will improve your trading experience.
  • TravingView is based on the cloud, so you don’t lose your data even if your computer crash — and it syncs across your computer, laptop, and mobile so you have a smooth experience.

Cons

  • Most significant brokerages are not yet directly connected with TradingView.

Features

  • Indicators and Charts
  • Drawing Tools
  • Customized analysis with pine script
  • Server-side alerts

TradingView

Review

What is TradingView?

Founded in 2012 by Denis Globa, TradingView is an online stock picker and screener that is suitable for both new and seasoned active traders. It comes with a variety of cloud-based charting tools for research and allows users to communicate and cooperate with other online traders. Unfortunately, most significant brokerages are not yet directly connected with TradingView, so you'll have to place trades with your preferred brokerage individually. TradingView allows users to personalize their charts and indicators. Because of its adaptability, it is still a popular choice among active traders and financial software firms. Users can learn new concepts, research market swings, and potential chart outcomes, work with other traders, chat, and ask questions. 

The platform allows traders to create their own trading tools and run them on TradingView’s servers using pine-script. TradingView designed Pine as a lightweight, yet powerful language for developing indicators and strategies that users can backtest. Most of TradingView’s built-in indicators are written in Pine, and their thriving community of Pine coders has published more than 100,000 community scripts.

For all plans, there are more than 50 clever sketching tools. Lines and trends, geometric shapes, patterns, and annotations are examples of these. Users benefit from these drawing tools as it aids them in making accurate technical analysis. The markets are subject to ups and downs. TradingView aids you in better understanding the technical features of the markets, regardless of market direction.

With TradingView,you can establish price alerts for your favorite stocks at specified levels within seconds.Server-side warnings are available even in the free version. The more you pay for your subscription, the more alerts you'll be able to put up.

The fact that those notifications can be based on a certain price, as well as indicators or drawings, is a good feature. You have a total of 12 alert conditions to choose from. You can be notified by SMS, Push to Phone, Webhooks, or email.

TradingView has a wonderful community, extended trading hours, and personalised scanning based on your trading tactics. Their stock screener allows you to scan the market according to your preferences.

Year Founded: 
2012
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FAQs

Is
TradingView
centralized or decentralized?

TradingView

is a

Web3 Research and Analysis Tool

Is
TradingView
available in the US?

Yes,

TradingView

is available for users in the United States.

No,

TradingView

is not available for users in the United States.

How many cryptocurrencies does
TradingView
support?

TradingView

supports

How many collections does
TradingView
support?

TradingView

supports

Customer Reviews Of 

TradingView