About the platform in detail
Broad market data coverage
TradingView uses quality data feed from CQG to provide futures data. With it you will have official data on prices, volume and history directly from American and international exchanges.
Modern Browser Mobility
Any OS, any device, anywhere in the world will do
With the latest HTML5 technology and cloud-based customization, our charts will work in ANY modern browser and OS. TradingView works on any modern device such as iPad, iPhone and Android / Windows / Linux phones, tablets and computers.
Our cloud servers do all the hard work - you no longer need to buy an expensive trading computer to get top-notch charts and data. You will always have access to the latest market news, featured charts and chat with other members wherever you are.
Regular and Advanced Chart Types
TradingView has common and advanced chart types, each of which helps you analyze the market from a different angle. A candlestick chart will show you how the price moved over a period of time (i.e. a minute or a day), while Renko charts will show you whether the trend is up or down. Learn more about the types of charts on TradingView!
Customizable spread charts
Spread charts are a powerful tool for tracking user comparisons, such as the difference between Microsoft and Google stocks. You can build any spread chart in TradingView by entering a custom formula using (+ - * /), for example "MSFT + GOOG". Learn more about Spread Charts on TradingView!
50+ smart drawing tools
Drawing tools help you understand what's going on with stock prices and track how your predictions are coming true. You can write on your chart or draw by hand, drag simple trendlines from A to B, apply the widely used Fibonacci and Gann tools, or apply the popular Elliott waves. Learn more about the drawing tools on TradingView!
Individual technical analysis
TradingView comes with an extensive library of over 100 built-in technical indicators, including a volume profile!
We have a unique set of institutional quality fundamental data for US companies. Viewing a company's financial performance in the context of history and market coverage allows you to look at the current financial results in perspective, especially in comparison with similar indicators and the company's own performance over time.
Comparing stocks against the benchmark S & American Clearing; P 500 is a great way to measure their performance - to see if they are doing better or worse in the industry. TradingView allows you to compare any stock to any index or any other stock based on% change since start. Find out how to compare symbols on TradingView.
Advanced Price Scaling
When you're ready to move on to technical questions, our charts will allow you to set the price scale according to your type of analysis. There are linear axes, interest axes and logarithms for price shocks. You can use two separate price scales at the same time, one for indicators and one for price movement. Learn more about scaling options.
Right-click on the price scale to see the options: change the scaling type, enable automatic scaling, or show a different price scale. Right-clicking on the indicators allows you to choose which scale to use, so multiple data series at different scales can coexist on the same chart. You can also drag the price and time scale to increase or decrease the compression.
Several symbols on the chart
It is often useful to look for relationships between different stocks - do they move in tandem or always in opposite directions? With TradingView, you can look at different stocks on the same chart, even if one is trading at $ 100 and the other at a penny. Learn how to add multiple symbols to one chart in TradingView.
Studies can be combined into sets to create study templates. Once the template is created, the entire set of studies can be applied to any graph at any time with just one click. You can switch between different templates. Learn how to use the research templates on TradingView.
Pre-built hotlists constantly scan the US stock market to determine the best trading opportunities. Hotlists dynamically display different characters based on selected criteria, not to be confused with watchlists, which always display only the characters you want to watch.
Keep track of your favorite stocks in a handy scanner list. You can add symbols, sort the list, and save custom lists with unique names. With TradingView, your watchlists are with you wherever you go and you can stay up to date on any device you use TradingView on.
Trending news and headlines in real time
You only see relevant news next to the stocks you are currently viewing (i.e. if you are looking at the Facebook chart, only Facebook news will be displayed). We filter the headlines of the leading news agencies.
Conversation is a real-time chat, so you can talk to other people looking at the same symbol. In the chat, you send links to your charts and discuss them with people analyzing the same ticker. Conversations allow you to discuss current market conditions here and now, and the publication of charts is your vision of the future.
The ability to post and share your ideas is one of the key features of TradingView. The post will share your trading idea with the financial network and investor community for others to comment on and rate. Learn more about publishing on TradingView.