TradingView, the social and visual chart-sharing offshoot of award-winning MultiCharts trading platform, now offers users European Stock Data, US Futures and a watch list capability for tracking ticker symbols.
The watch list feature shows prices for users’ favourite symbols; with symbol-linking, sorting and symbol drag-and-drop to provide a complete overview of market activity.
Other updates include a Bull’s-eye category that shows accurate predictions by members, and more indicators for technical analysis, adding: ZigZag, Pivot Points, and the Alligator, bringing the total number of indicators to 45.
Apple stock vs recent product announcements. by charter on TradingView.com
“By adding European Stocks and US Futures, as well as a watch list feature, we’re giving our users valuable new ways to make better observations and predictions,” says Stan Bokov, Chief Operating Officer of TradingView.
Since it launched at the end of last year, TradingView’s innovative chart-sharing trading platform has supplied free stock charts using data from the BATS exchange as well as FOREX charts to thousands of users worldwide, allowing traders at all levels to share ideas by creating and posting live, real-time trending charts.
Website editors, business journalists and investors alike can leverage the power of TradingView’s free charts to provide commentary on financial markets and discuss their own trading ideas on movements and trends by embedding its code onto any trading community website, forum posting, or blog.
“The main goal of the site is to help anyone become a better investor by learning from the ideas of others,” Bokov adds.
TradingView.com offers the only interactive charts that work on iPad, and also works in Firefox, Chrome and IE.
Its editable desktop-quality charts illustrate trends, targets, support and resistance in real-time and the TradingView website automatically groups together related and similar ideas by ticker symbol, timeframe, applied studies and line tools.
Registration takes just seconds from the site or via Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Yahoo, Google, or OpenID. Users then get their own personal page to save charts to, upload their contacts, blog and share ideas with the thousands of other traders in the TradingView community.
See how simple it is to insert a free stock chart into a website, here. Or, check out the new super stripped-down, instant charting page, here.
TradingView is a social project created by MultiCharts, makers of an award-winning trading and backtesting platform which has won prestigious industry awards including ‘Best Professional Trading Platform’ and ‘Best Software for US Intra-Day Traders’.
Exchange data now available in daily and weekly intervals in TradingView charts includes: NASDAQ, AMEX, NYSE, TSX, TSX Venture, LSE, Eurex, CBOE, CBOT, CME, COMEX, NYMEX, ICE USA, ICE Canada, ICE Europe, KCBT, MGEX, NYSE LIFFE.