Category Archives: Stock Charts

This digest bringing you some of the top Trading ideas every week – generated by users, picked by analysts. Actionable, easy, useful. Now you will be able to see the most exciting ideas even if you don’t have enough time to look for them on TradingView. If you’d like your idea to be a part of the digest, please follow our House Rules when publishing an idea.

Picks From Community Top Authors

High-Prob Decline To Wolfe 1-4 TP Line | $XAU $XAG $Gold #forex By 4xForecaster
Wolfe pattern provides a short setup on Gold, top author 4xForecaster suggests…

S&P500 SPY Daily – Three Bearish Observations (and a fourth) By timwest
Four observations and a short trade by big tim. a contrarian call on the SPX…

Promising Trades and Insightful Analysis

SP500 – Are the rats leaving the boat? By yacine.kanoun 
Betting against the bulls…

Freeport: Flashing Short! By Technician
Well drawn bearish technical patterns on Freeport Mcmoran Inc.

USDJPY – BEARISH PULL BACK COULD BE IN PROGRESS By DanV
A counter-trend short on the USDJPY. Big potential on this one…

UCAD potential long setup base on resistance lines By Kevabatai
Looks great, looks promising…

Crude Close But Not Yet near Meaningful Bottom By SMP99
Simple technical guidelines for NYMEX Crude Oil, a potential bargain hunt.

New Video On How To Create Alerts w/ Any Custom Indicator!!! By ChrisMoody
Thanks to Chris for this tutorial on how to create alerts. Pretty useful…

In Scripts and Custom Indicators

Volatility Stop By Admin
Introducing the famous Volatility Stop Indicator…

“Bullseye of the Week”

One trade a week will win the “Bullseye” award.  The trade will be chosen by our editorial team for the most precise trade that had the best Risk-Reward compared to other competing trades.
Eligibility:
  • The trade should have specific targets and stop loss levels
  • The trade should be initiated and complete within the prior week (Intra-week Trade)
  • The trade should comply with tradingview House Rules

Award

  • Winning the “Bullseye” One time:  One month Free Premium Subscription
  • Winning the “Bullseye” Two times: Three Month Free Premium Subscription
  • Winning the “Bullseye” Three times: Six  Month Free Premium Subscription

“Bullseye of the Week” Winner

Congratulations to AnilSunda, the post ”Short On AUDUSD” won the bullseye award this week for a stunning 5 Risk-Reward

SHORT ON AUDUSD

Volatility Stop

The Volatility Stop Indicator is able to define the current trend. When a downward trend is determined a red line above the prices bars is plotted; when an upward trend is determined a green line below the prices bars is plotted. These lines are generally used as trailing stops. The Volatility Stop Indicator is more used as an exit tool than an entry tool. When the price crosses the VStop value, the trend reverses and VStop moves to the other side of price.

We’d like to present you VStop indicator written in Pine Script. Please notice new Pine Script features used in this indicator: variables max_, min_, is_uptrend, vstop. We may refer to previous values of the indicator in the source code (e.g. vstop[1], is a vstop value on the previous bar) before the actual vstop variable definition. Enjoy and leave your comments!

https://www.tradingview.com/v/oRK5JwIm/

New built-in indicator – “Multi-Time Period Charts”

New indicator Multi-Time Period Charts lets you see more time frames on one chart.


You can choose the following time frames:

  • Auto;

  • Daily;

  • Weekly;

  • Monthly;

  • Quarterly;

  • Yearly.

 

You can also see True Range  (which calculates the close price of the previous period) and Trading Range (which calculates the high and low for the chosen period).

Please try how it works and let us know your feedback and suggestions on Getsatisfaction.

Stay tuned for more improvements!

We are Excited to Announce TradingView’s First Ever Live Webinar!

We’ll do the first webinar for TradingView users on December 16th 12:00PM EST, and we plan to do them regularly after that. We’ll discuss new features, future plans, answer your questions, etc. Some webinars will be educational and we’ll involve our addon partners.

During the first webinar we’ll do a live demo of a major new feature – Paper Trading. Right after the webinar we’ll start a closed beta test of the new feature, and all webinar attendees will get exclusive early access. During the second part of the webinar we’ll have a special guest, our partner and the developer of the MTPredictor trading system.

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This digest bringing you some of the top Trading ideas every week – generated by users, picked by analysts. Actionable, easy, useful. Now you will be able to see the most exciting ideas even if you don’t have enough time to look for them on TradingView. If you’d like your idea to be a part of the digest, please follow our House Rules when publishing an idea.

Picks From Community Top Authors

MULTI-TIME PERIOD CHARTS – MTPC – New Charting Capability! By timwest
Thanks tim for pointing out this useful tool , the MULTI-TIME PERIOD CHARTS – MTPC, which makes it easier to visually extract useful information out of the chart…

Gold: A long Term Look By Technician
What gold has been doing in the past few years, and what is the possible direction for the metal… Check out top author technician’s “Gold: a long term look”…

Promising Trades and Insightful Analysis

EURCAD. (60M) ‘Fractal Mirrors’ By river_54
Ignite your imagination…

Using 3 SD bollinger bands and VIX for buy signals By seine
A trading strategy based on volatility worth checking…

EURUSD – For those who missed the boat By justatrader
A promising Trend-following trade on the EURUSD…

BITCOIN Hash Rate By JR
Combine tradingview charts with Quandl Data and get scarce insight…

Cyclical low being set in platinum market ?  By AdrianRaymondFX 
Interesting technical observation and view…

 In Scripts and Custom Indicators

Stochastic Momentum Index _ UCSgears By ucsgears

“Bullseye of the Week”

One trade a week will win the “Bullseye” award.  The trade will be chosen by our editorial team for the most precise trade that had the best Risk-Reward compared to other competing trades.
Eligibility:
  • The trade should have specific targets and stop loss levels
  • The trade should be initiated and complete within the prior week (Intra-week Trade)
  • The trade should comply with tradingview House Rules

Award

  • Winning the “Bullseye” One time:  One month Free Premium Subscription
  • Winning the “Bullseye” Two times: Three Month Free Premium Subscription
  • Winning the “Bullseye” Three times: Six  Month Free Premium Subscription

“Bullseye of the Week” Winner

Congratulations to FXstudent299 , the post ”GPBJPY long (based on technical analysis only)” won the bullseye award this week

GPBJPY long (based on technical analysis only)

We published a new version of our Charting Library — 1.1. This solution is already being used by such сompanies as CME Group, Investopedia and Investing.com – and it’s high time for you to start using this Library! Please upgrade to the new version and contact Stan Bokov at founders@tradingview.com if you have any questions or suggestions.

Here is the short list of major changes in the new version:

1. New UI for saving and loading charts. We also created and published a small backend with open source code for chart storage, which is compatible with the Library, so you are able to store user charts on your servers. We changed the mechanism for loading charts and they load much faster now (without restarting the entire frame).

2. Significantly expanded customization possibilities. For instance, now you can easily configure accessibility of indicators and drawings. Hide them or make them inaccessible (darkened) – for instance, to implement multiple levels of user privileges when accessing the chart. Also increased the number of adjustable parameters of the Library, so you can configure the appearance and behavior of large number of chart elements the way you need it.

3. Add indicators written in Pine Scripting Language to the Library. You can make your implementation more unique and useful for your customers by adding custom indicators and disabling any unwanted ones.

4. Improves support for different trading sessions. Display data with non-standard sessions: several sessions a day, adjust first trading day of the week, possibility to trade on weekends for symbols with sessions different from 24/7, etc. Expired futures are also supported now.

5. Display lines for positions and orders. Their appearance can be configured programmatically, your code can process user interactions with them. It will be useful for those platforms that use our charts as part of their terminals.

6. How-to and Best Implementation Practices. We analyzed feedback regarding the Library implementation from different users and described the best way to get what you need from our charts and avoid most common mistakes.

7. A ton of small fixes and general improvements and covering the library with even more tests resulted in a better and streamlined user experience.

 

New exchanges were added, and that means even more cryptocurrencies!

BITCOINTOYOU

FORTUNEXC

GoCio

HitBTC

itBit

OKCoin 

 

We’ve received a lot of feedback from you over time, and have made awesome updates based on that feedback. For example, by default your last saved charting layout is loaded when you open a new chart, saving those precious seconds. Go to www.tradingview.com/e/ and the arrow on the top toolbar will show you all saved analysis.

If you don’t have any saved charts, your first open chart layout is automatically saved as “Unnamed”. You can easily rename it – click the arrow next to chart’s name and choose “Rename”.

Autosave won’t let you lose any of your work, but make sure to click “Save” before you close a chart – just to make sure that changes are saved.

To create a new chart layout open the Load menu and select “New chart layout”.

Stay tuned for more improvements!

This digest bringing you some of the top Trading ideas every week – generated by users, picked by analysts. Actionable, easy, useful. Now you will be able to see the most exciting ideas even if you don’t have enough time to look for them on TradingView. If you’d like your idea to be a part of the digest, please follow our House Rules when publishing an idea.

“Bullseye of the Week”

One trade a week will win the “Bullseye” award.  The trade will be chosen by our editorial team for the most precise trade that had the best Risk-Reward compared to other competing trades.
Eligibility:
  • The trade should have specific targets and stop loss levels
  • The trade should be initiated and complete within the prior week (Intra-week Trade)
  • The trade should comply with tradingview House Rules

Award

  • Winning the “Bullseye” One time:  One month Free Premium Subscription
  • Winning the “Bullseye” Two times: Three Month Free Premium Subscription
  • Winning the “Bullseye” Three times: Six  Month Free Premium Subscription

“Bullseye of the Week” Winner

Competition was furious this week, more then ten ideas were competing for the Intra-week Bullseye award, however three of them had the highest risk-reward of more than 4.0. The Three ideas are:

The three trades turned out to be profitable, however  the “NZDCAD at key pivot level ” By caputo.philip  had the highest Risk/Reward ratio of 4.3. Congratulations to caputo.philip ,  our gratitude to AbdullahAljohani  and cyrilschreiber  on behalf of the tradingview community.

Picks From Community Top Authors

AUD/NZD – Kiwi is still fighting fit  By DanV
Another dip lower before a major wave higher DanV suggests

AMD Million Dollar Game Plan By JR
This is a Million dollar long term investing oppurtunity for JR…

Promising Trades and Insightful Analysis

EURUSD – A ‘Very Risky’ Counter trend trade By justatrader
There is a potential for a deep bullish corrective move in the EURUSD according to author…

NZDUSD: Daily Technical Update By Technician
A detailed analysis for the NZDUSD technical position and outlook in the near future…

Technical Indicators for Long-term Market Timing By blindfreddy
An interesting study of technical indicators on the SPX…

Don’t panic! OPEC oil cut unlikely By charttrader
Charttrader made a great work explaining the recent dynmaics of the oil supply issue.. This might be outdated now, but it’s worth reading…

This Week In Scripts and Custom Indicators

CM_Pivot Points_M-W-D-4H-1H_Filtered By ChrisMoody

Now it’s more convenient to use chat in a separate window! You can switch between chat rooms right in the detached chat window

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It is possible to open public and private chats in a separate window by:

Detached version is additionally optimized for working on mobile devices. Please try how it works and let us know your feedback and suggestions on Getsatisfaction.

The best offer of the year on TradingView PRO PLUS subscription plan! Bitcoin accepted!

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Our exclusive partner Exante arranged a series of interviews with professional traders and market analysts, including the top TradingView authors. Make sure you don’t miss it!

This week Gita Evele, PR manager at online broker Exante, spoke to Giovanni Pozzi, Partner and head of FX at JCI Capital. Mr. Pozzi has been active in the FX markets since the early 90’s. He has held senior positions as market maker and proprietary trader at American Express Bank, SBC Warburg and UBS. Prior to his work at JCI Capital, Mr. Pozzi was CEO at JW Partners, a research and advisory firm focusing exclusively on FX.

The Eurozone is facing various issues – stubbornly high unemployment at 11.5%, sluggish GDP growth of 0.1% in Q2 and inflation at 0.4% reaching the deflation territory. While the Fed had to implement three rounds of QE in the US, many argue that it is now time for QE in the Euro area. Do you believe it is the solution and why do you believe Draghi has been refraining to implement it so far?

Eurozone issues are very serious and can be summarized as a big competitiveness issue. Competitiveness in this case means internally for Europe to survive with lower margins, and externally in terms of being able to export well despite competitors from EM as well as the rest of the developed world. If Europe is not careful enough not to lose too much competitiveness, then these issues will have a serious impact socially. The key way to smoothen this impact is a strong ECB quantitative easing support; it is taking long because of the political and substantial opposition from Germany. Another reason is that Europe wants to make sure to take into account both good and bad consequences from the experience of US QE. Europe is trying to make something more sophisticated than we witnessed in the US, not just pumping liquidity, but pumping liquidity and understanding where this will end up as well as ensuring the effectiveness of the transmission mechanism. And it is not easy for a region which is not really unified in terms of anything except for the Central Bank.

Nonetheless, QE will have to come, and the time is not far. Otherwise, the Euro is still at risk of falling apart due to the fact that the political and social tensions in the single countries will become too strong.

At the same time, countries like Italy will have to work hard on reforms, while taking advantage of ECB’s help to fight deflation as well as a deep and extended recession. The Euro depreciation will be key for competitiveness and reflation, and a clear consequence of ECB’s QE measures.

READ MORE…

 

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This digest bringing you some of the top Trading ideas every week – generated by users, picked by analysts. Actionable, easy, useful. Now you will be able to see the most exciting ideas even if you don’t have enough time to look for them on TradingView. If you’d like your idea to be a part of the digest, please follow our House Rules when publishing an idea.

“Bullseye of the Week”

One trade a week will win the “Bullseye” award.  The trade will be chosen by our editorial team for the most precise trade that had the best Risk-Reward compared to other competing trades.

Eligibility:

  • The trade should have specific targets and stop loss levels
  • The trade should be initiated and complete within the prior week (Intra-week Trade)
  • The trade should comply with tradingview House Rules

Award

  • Winning the “Bullseye” One time:  One month Free Premium Subscription
  • Winning the “Bullseye” Two times: Three Month Free Premium Subscription
  • Winning the “Bullseye” Three times: Six  Month Free Premium Subscription

“Bullseye of the Week” Winner

Three ideas were competing for this Intra-week Bullseye Award, one made it to the first place. The Three ideas are:

The three trades turned out to be profitable, however  the “Current trend support broken. Major time frames bearish” By DoctorBitcoin had the highest Risk/Reward ratio of 3.06.
Congratulations to DoctorBitcoin, hard luck and our gratitude to river_54 and DavoodWadi on behalf of the tradingview community.

Picks From Community Top Authors

EURGBP: Short At Range Resistance By Technician 
Simple yet reliable short setup on the EURGBP by Technician

Portfolio Management Position Sizing Example: Stock versus SPY By timwest
Great insight on portfolio money management…

Promising Trades and Insightful Analysis

Gold price vs HUI Index ratio. ( Monthly ) By river_54
Gold mining stocks may start to outperform Gold according to this ratio analysis…

GOLD/U.S.DOLLAR -XAUUSD -Daily -Time at Mode – Buy Signal By timwest
timwest Time at Mode strategy signals a long on gold…

Fundamental, Technical, Predictive Analyses Review | $AUD $NZD By 4xForecaster
A thread of analysis on AUDNZD and correlated pairs…

NUGT: Trade Idea. By CurtisM
A comprehensive analysis justifying a long trade on the NUGT…

This Week In Scripts and Custom Indicators

Vervoort Heiken-Ashi LongTerm Candlestick Oscillator [LazyBear] By LazyBear

We love Bitcoin and our huge Bitcoin community, and are doing anything we can to make it even more popular and accessible. We now support Bitcoin payments!

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We also added Bitcoin tips feature. It’s the donation button which appears in your profile and in the popup window when clicking on the username, if the address of your bitcoin wallet was specified in the settings.

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This digest bringing you some of the top Trading ideas every week – generated by users, picked by analysts. Actionable, easy, useful. Now you will be able to see the most exciting ideas even if you don’t have enough time to look for them on TradingView. If you’d like your idea to be a part of the digest, please follow our House Rules when publishing an idea.

 

Picks From Community Top Authors

DAX German Stock Index -Daily -”If the log rolls over”. SELL By timwest
Spotting weakness and a potential short trade on the DAX index..

Copper: Decision Time! By Technician 
Keep your eyes on this potential major breakout in copper….

Promising Trades and Insightful Analysis

$SPX with PPO set to mimic 250EMA By CurtisM
Divergences on “price volume trend” indicator usage on the SPX..

The CHFJPY Analysis By ForceFollower
Channeling the CHFJPY for potential directions…

AUDUSD – Daily and weekly divergences By vlad.adrian
A long trade based on bullish divergence on the weekly an daily chart…

BTC – Reverts to Bearish Cycle in Final Leg By DanV
DanV updates his series of Elliott wave analysis on BTCUSD…

Caterpillar Inc -CAT -Daily -Retest of Distribution Top – Short By timwest
A promising short trade on Caterpillar by timwest…

This Week In Scripts and Custom Indicators

Vervoort Heiken Ashi Candlestick Oscillator By LazyBear

This digest bringing you some of the top Trading ideas every week – generated by users, picked by analysts. Actionable, easy, useful. Now you will be able to see the most exciting ideas even if you don’t have enough time to look for them on TradingView. If you’d like your idea to be a part of the digest, please follow our House Rules when publishing an idea.

“Bullseye of the Week”

One trade a week will win the “Bullseye” award.  The trade will be chosen by our editorial team for the most precise trade that had the best Risk-Reward compared to other competing trades.
Eligibility:
  • The trade should have specific targets and stop loss levels.
  • The trade should complete within the prior week.
  • The trade should comply with tradingview House Rules

Award

  • Winning the “Bullseye” One time:  One month Free Premium Subscription.
  • Winning the “Bullseye” Two times: Three Month Free Premium Subscription.
  • Winning the “Bullseye” Three times: Six  Month Free Premium Subscription.

 

“Bullseye of the Week” Winner

Three ideas were competing for this week Bullseye Award, however one made it to the first place. The Three ideas are:
The three trades unfolded profitable, however  the “ABCD Short Set Beautifully In EURAUD By DavoodWadi” had the highest Risk/Reward ratio of 2.81.
Congratulations to DavoodWadi, hard luck and our gratitude to ForceFollower and Samkent on behalf of the tradingview community.
ABCD Short Set Beautifully In EURAUD By DavoodWadi

Picks From Community Top Authors

SP500 Bearish Outlook – Close to forming Generational Top By DanV

A three month old chart, yet still making a hustle, YES it’s worth checking..

USDollar Index Scrapes Model’s Target At 11218 | $USD #Forex By 4xForecaster
The U.S. Dollar will slump, according to top author 4xForecaster…

Promising Trades and Insightful Analysis

COST finally out of consolidation By AnneTrader
Pinpointing a breakout in Costco..

Short-term bullishness vs Long-term bearishness By jangseohee
A classic technical analysis and momentum look at the GDC gold miners…

IP Aiming for a 10% Break Out By BreakOutArtist
A very thorough analysis with plenty of reasoning for a bullish breakout trade on International Paper Company..

CADCHF: Shorting At Potential Reversal Zone!  By Technician
Great trade setup by technician, utilizing harmonic and classic technical analysis to spot a trade.

This Week On Scripts and Custom Indicators

Transient Zones v1.1 By Jurij
Simple indicator to visualize Transient Zones (TZ) and Potential Transient Zones (PTZ)

 

It’s now much easier to follow current ideas and news on TradingView. Trending Ideas are Suggested ideas (hand-picked by our editorial team) sorted by rating. Choose “Trending today” on the main page to see what’s curretnly hot on TradingView:

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You can also look at trending ideas for a Week, Month or All Time.

We added a similar filter of ideas in the profile:

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Stay tuned for more improvements!

The SCMR Trend Analysis Suite™ enables you to objectively analyze market conditions, visualize price risks, and enhance your timing and execution of trades. It includes the following indicators:

  • SCRM B2B™

  • SCRM Dynamic Levels™

  • SCRM Momentum Peaks™

  • SCRM Trends™.

The primary tool, SCMR Trend™, automatically finds hidden price relationships using reverse­ engineered fingerprints of price behavior. Our matching and sequencing algorithm highlights the optimum behavior, simplifying your analysis and speeding up your recognition of new market opportunities.

  • The colored price bars indicate different price behavior and states, alerting you to the best market opportunities in real time, ahead of other indicators.

Complementing SCMR Trend™, we offer a group of price indicators to:

  • Dynamically plot market support and resistance areas (SCMR Dynamic Levels™)

  • Highlight individual bar conditions (SCMR B2B™)

  • Measure and time market trading ranges (SCMR Momentum Peaks™)

No matter your trading style or investment needs, the SCMR Suite™ will give you an informational advantage.

Our tools marry the research behind your best ideas and the timely execution of your most profitable ones. Let us help you achieve your trading goals.

https://www.tradingview.com/v/4PapBp0B/

 

“Bullseye of the Week”

Starting from this week, we are glad to announce the new “Bullseye Award”, one trade a week will win the “Bullseye” award.  The trade will be chosen by our editorial team for the most precise trade that had the best Risk-Reward compared to other competing trades.
Eligibility:
  • The trade should have specific targets and stop loss levels.
  • The trade should complete within the prior week.

Award

  • Winning the “Bullseye” One time:  One month Free Premium Subscription.
  • Winning the “Bullseye” Two times: Three Month Free Premium Subscription.
  • Winning the “Bullseye” Three times: Six  Month Free Premium Subscription.

“Bullseye of the Week” Winner :

Trade 3: Veto At Support  By EagleTrades  Congratulations EagleTrades

Picks From Community Top Authors

Request: EURUSD Short-term Analysis By Technician
An extensive insightful analysis for the EURUSD short term outlook and key technical levels..

SP500-SPY-daily -NYSE New Highs Suggest Grind Sideways By Timwest
An interesting look at the SP500 through breadth and sentiment…

 

Promising Trades and Insightful Analysis

SP500 – No Santa Claus Rally – Crash In 3 Weeks – Trading Map By yacine.kanoun
A bearish Trade with plenty of reasoning… Classic Technicals, elliott wave analysis, and fundamentals…

$BTCUSD: 3-IN-ONE | $BTC #BTCE #BITFINEX #BITSTAMP #BITCOIN By 4xForecaster
“I have averaged all three exchanges on an equal-weight basis” The result is : “A synthetic product is meant to reflect a price action averaged across these three relatively large exchanges”….

$IBM Update From 1.5 Years Ago By infinite_margin
Simple yet useful presentation of a potential distribution phase for IBM Shares..
Twitter – Chart Is Wittering Limited Upside For Price If Any By DanV
Another contrarian call on Twitter, a great call so far Dan… Thank you
Add This To Your Toolbox ~ Oil/copper Correlation By Technician
How Valuable!! Top Author and trader technician reveals one of his personal methods to forecasting Oil prices…

This Week On Scripts and Custom Indicators

CM_LAGUERRE PPO Percentilerank – Markets Topping By Chris Moody

Weekly Video Update

http://videos.tradingview.com/video/108055335

This digest bringing you some of the top Trading ideas every week – generated by users, picked by analysts. Actionable, easy, useful. Now you will be able to see the most exciting ideas even if you don’t have enough time to look for them on TradingView. If you’d like your idea to be a part of the digest, please follow our House Rules when publishing an idea.

Picks From Community Top Authors

USDJPY- Dual Cloning Analysis  
Check out this unique dual clone analysis for the USDJPY by top author  nmike

Silver Lining Up For Dull Move | $xag $usd $silv #silver $xau
“Protracted bearish correction in the shape of an Elliott Wave Leading Diagonal”  4xForecaster

 Promising Trades and Insightful Analysis 

GBPJPY Time For A Serious Correction!
HamzaLeith Forecasts the potential direction for the GBPJPY using Elliott wave and Fibonacci ratios.

Apple Inc – Is The Apple Inc Cart About To Be Rocked???

Again DanV  uses his favorite analysis method to give a major contrarian view for apple shares, worth checking

AAPL October Flag Breakout. $128 In February 2015
Using simple yet informative analysis, mistertomlinson  derive a bullish outlook for apple shares

S&P500 Index Spz2014 – Futures – Daily 
Very informative analytical observation by timwest 

Bullseye

(Successfully completed trades, with precise and direct to the point on chart analysis)

Trade 1: Selling EURUSD At Resistance By  EagleTrades

This Week in Scripts and Custom Indicators

Multi-functional Fisher Transform MTF With MACDLTrigger

“What this indicator gives you is a true signal when price is exhausted and ready for a fast turnaround” JR

Dear users,

TradingView will soon expand market data coverage, add more languages, and enable trading. For now, you can trade Asian futures through our exclusive partner Exante!

Details from the partner:

Asian financial markets skyrocketed during the past two decades. The common trend is that the Asian companies’ shares, derivatives etc. are steadily growing in their value, which raises the demand for Asian financial instruments in general, and indexes in particular. To satisfy the high demand, Exante added several futures of the major Asian indexes to its platform.

Available markets and instruments:

China

H-shares Index, FTSE China A50 Index and Hang Seng Index (HSI) futures, all of which are Chinese market indexes.

H-shares Index is compounded from stocks that are traded on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange (HKEx) and that are available for the foreign investors; whereas, FTSE China A50 Index consists of those stocks that are traded in Shanghai (SSE) and are available for locals only.

SSE is under Chinese tight control, while HKEx is open to the rest of the World. Due to the significant differences in trading conditions for A- and H-class shares, Shanghai shares are traded with a premium of around 80% over the Hong-Kong ones.

The Hang Seng Index is a free-float capitalization-weighted index of a selection of companies from the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong. The index was developed with a base level of 100 as of July 31, 1964.

Japan

Nikkei 225 Index (NKY) is a price-weighted average of 225 top-rated Japanese companies listed on Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE). The index is the second largest Asian index in terms of value traded.

India

CNX Nifty Index(NIFTY) is the leading index for large companies on the National Stock Exchange of India (NSE). It consists of 50 companies representing 24 sectors of the booming Indian economy.

The index had a basis of 1000 when it was created in 1995, and almost doubled by 2005. Futures on this index are also in high demand and available through Exante.

Singapore

MSCI Singapore Free (SiMSCI) Index is a free-float adjusted market capitalization weighted index. It tracks the equity market performance of Singapore securities listed on Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX).

This digest bringing you some of the top Trading ideas every week – generated by users, picked by analysts. Actionable, easy, useful. Now you will be able to see the most exciting ideas even if you don’t have enough time to look for them on TradingView. If you’d like your idea to be a part of the digest, please follow our House Rules when publishing an idea.

Picks From Community Top Authors

EURUSD – Likely To Form Reversal Low Long
Top author and elliottician DanV counts the waves for the EURUSD over the long term time horizon… An interesting call…

Add This To Your Toolbox ~ Technician Breadth Indicator!
Applying an analytical approach to market breadth , top Author Technician introduces exculisvely for the tradingview community a uniqe breadth indicator.. 

 Promising Trades and Insightful Analysis 

Is It Ready To Turn Back Up?
A very thorough analysis and educational insight from Tone_LLT  on a BTCUSD chart…. Read it…

NZD/JPY Prepare For 1000 Pips +
AcademyInvestment clearly illustrates why trend may have reversed for now , and provide an attractive risk-reward trade for the NZDJPY

Bitcoin /dollar – Btcusd -daily – Two Scenarios From Here $375 
As usually expected of timwest, a great illustrative chart with different potentials scenarios, very insightful.. very valuable. Get informed…

Facebook – About To Face The Music.
DanV reserves a second spot this week, with his controversial bearish call on Facebook… Follow the count..

ABX. DAILY 
Based on a harmonic ABCD structure, trader river_54 provides a promising trade… 

Bullseye

(Successfully completed trades, with precise and direct to the point on chart analysis)

Crude Oil Wti December – Clz2014 – Daily – Time At Mode Analysis By timwest

This Week in Scripts and Custom Indicators

CM_UCS_modified Slingshot 

With a stunning 100+ likes ucsgears books a spot in the top picks of the week for the second week in a row. Sling-Shot it…

 

After extensive research, surveying and studying how to make the chat more intuitive (and more like most other messengers), we made a bunch of improvements that you’ll love!

  • Moved Chat window to the top, and List of Chats to the bottom, so it’s easier for your eyes to jump to it

  • Changed direction of chat messages (new messages on the bottom now), just like in Skype.

  • Chat text entry is now below the chat

  • New button expands the chat to the entire panel for a superior viewing experience

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  • Shifted all chat properties into a single settings button to make it much easier

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  • Consecutive messages from one user are combined in one message block, a “conversation”, which significantly reduces visual noise.

  • New option “Show Only Favorite Rooms” only rooms that you favorited with a star, for a personal user experience.

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If you have ANY concrete suggestions or feedback on the new features, please post them on GetSatisfaction. Make sure to include a detailed description and screenshots to explain your thoughts.

Easily change/update payment method

Now you can quickly and easily update your credit card information right from Profile Settings, or change to/from paying with PayPal. After updating, the new method will be used for all active subscriptions.

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This digest bringing you some of the top Trading ideas every week – generated by users, picked by analysts. Actionable, easy, useful. Now you will be able to see the most exciting ideas even if you don’t have enough time to look for them on TradingView. If you’d like your idea to be a part of the digest, please follow our House Rules when publishing an idea.

Picks From Community Top Authors

SP500:Time to Short Stocks!
Top author Technician warns of a downside correction in U.S. stock market, illustrating technical studies of correlation between Junk Bonds and stocks, in addition to breadth studies. Great Call…

SP500 Short Trade

Fibonacci And Wolfe Pattern Offer Bullish Target
Top author 4xForecaster presents a Wolfe wave pattern forming on the USDJPY hourly chart, hints short term outook is “BULLISH”… Read it…

USDJPY Bullish Wolfe Wave

 Promising Trades and Insightful Analysis 

Us Dollar/japanese Yen – Usdjpy – 4 Hour Bar – Time At Mode …. 
timwest explains how to analyze bars using the “time at mode” concepts , a unique way and great insight.Learn it…

USDJPY Time at Mode

Btcusd – Bitstamp, Intermediate Term Bullish – (updated)
DanV updates his prior forecast for BTCUSD using his favorite analysis method.. Check Elliott wave count…

BTC Elliott wave forecast

Dax: Will It Break ?
MagnusTradingGroup a great combination of harmonic an classic technical analysis, both pont to a major bearish reversal in the DAX.. Worth checking…

DAX Bearish Patterns

Oracle: Bearish Reversal Ahead! 
Two charts from Technician this week, as he provides a great topping formation and possible trading oppurtunity on oracle shares.. See pattern

Oracle Bearish head and shoulders

 

Bullseye

Introducing the “Bullseye” section, two completed successfully trades, with precise and direct to the point on chart analysis.

 

Eurjpy Looking Left by Akil_Stokes

EURJPY Short trade

 

Selling C Wave As Well As Double Top by Sandeep_Gupta

Elliott wave short trade

 

This Week in Scripts and Custom Indicators

FIBGRID – A. B. C …  ucsgears  figured out a fantastic original code for an indicator that sells for over $1000 annually.

 

Top 5 Aug-Sept Happenings
$10 Data, Free Charting Module, Alerts, Digest and Fundraising

Delayed CME futures data for just $10
Through our partnership with CME Group we got a great deal on 10-min delayed Globex, NYMEX, COMEX and CBOT futures data. Log into your account to set it up.

120+ companies using the free charting library
In August we released Charting Library 1.0, a free HTML5 module for displaying YOUR OWN data using TradingView charts. Here’s a demo hooked up to Yahoo! Finance. Already got 120+ users powering their charting, and 4 have signed on for the commercial version!

Update on alerts features and sneak peek of upcoming features (video)
Alerts now in public beta, try setting an alert today! Detailed video about alerts and new upcoming features.

Weekly Top Ideas Digest
Bringing you top investment ideas every week – generated by users, picked by analysts. Actionable, easy, useful. Here’s the latest weekly digest.

TradingView opening seed round investment
Get ready, TradingView will be raising money soon! Follow us on AngelList and Fundable for new info, and support your favorite platform by following & sharing! If interested in the opportunity, contact us at founders@tradingview.com.

Thanks for supporting TradingView.

Best regards,
Stan Bokov
COO

This digest bringing you top investment ideas every week – generated by users, picked by analysts. Actionable, easy, useful. Now you will be able to see the most exciting ideas even if you don’t have enough time to look for them on TradingView. If you’d like your idea to be a part of the digest, please follow our House Rules when publishing an idea.

Picks From Community Top Authors

Btcusd – bitstamp, intermediate term bullish
Top author DanV puts in action Elliott wave theory to expect a bullish reversal in Bitcoin/US dollar.  See count…

btc elliott wave count by danv

Priceline.com -pcln-daily: on balance volume saying goodbye..
Top author timwest is seriously bearish on priceline.com. “I’d presume about 75% chance of a win from this setup” Tim writes. View setup…

priceline.com forecast by timwest

 

Promising Trades and Insightful Analysis

A near term shorting opportunity for xlnx until 15 oct 2014
According to BreakOutArtist, a topping head and shoulders formation along with a 5-wave count points to 37.55 conservative target for Xilinx Inc stock.  See it… 

Xilinx Inc Analysis

SPY/TLT update – 10/01/2014 

CosmicDust examines the behavior of bonds and stocks to give an insight on potential market directions.Check it…

Bonds and SPX

S&P500 daily. bounce potential
river_54 introduces a promising technical trading setup  with a good risk/reward. See the trade…

SPX Long Trade Setup

EURAUD: hits resistance, ready for a move lower!
Technician provides a short-term trade on the EURAUD which successfully reached first target and still in play. Have a look…

EURAUD Short Trade

 

Less  talk, more Action

Short the bearish flag on nzdusd By justatrader

nzdusd short trade on bearish flag

EURGBP-Some pullback signs by FullTimeProTrader

EURGBP Long swing trade

 

This Week in Scripts and Custom Indicators

CM rsi-2 strategy lower indicator
ChrisMoody introduces the RSI-2 system that Larry Connors developed. Back-testing result for that strategy were impressive, “I was shocked by the results.” Chris writes..

RSI-2 STRATEGY

Starting this week we will be publishing a selection of best ideas of the week. This digest will be prepared by our analysts to distribute it to all our customers via email and our blog. Now you will be able to see the most exciting ideas even if you don’t have enough time to look for them on TradingView. If you’d like your idea to be a part of the digest, please follow our House Rules when publishing an idea.

Picks From Community Top Authors

EURUSD Analysis

A timely farewell for the euro against the greenback by Top Author Technician. Worth checking. Have a look…

SPY Short term Analysis

Top Author JR uses Fibonacci retracement levels and clones to forecast potential short term path for the SPY. See forecast…

Successful Trades and Insightful Analysis

Apple Technical warning signs

TradeVulture  sights medium-term worrying technical signals for Apple shares. Get informed…

Chevron Trading Strategy

timwest explains one of his trading methodologies through a Chevron Corp chart. Learn it…

GBPUSD Short Trade

Promising Short swing play on the GBPUSD by author vlad.adrianRead post...

https://www.tradingview.com/v/etV8mj0x/

Nicely plotted technical patterns by JXMFinancial… See it

Less  talk, more Action

NZDJPY Trade

By Technician

 

Delta Air Lines Short Trade

By timwest

 

This Week in Scripts and Custom Indicators

Linear Regression Indicator

The “Linear Regression Slope” Indicator. “The Main Purpose of this indicator is to see, if the Trend is accelerating or decelerating” Creator ucsgears explains. Read More…

 

September 9, 2014 09:30

xCFD developed a new web platform for traders, which features TradingView’s cutting edge charting and analytical tools.Traders have access to 700+ instruments and can trade stocks, indices, commodities and currencies through just one account. Providing the best-in-class graphical tools by TradingView allowed xCFD to significantly improve user experience for traders, making them more successful.

Stan Bokov, COO at TradingView, comments: “We are really excited to partner with xCFD. They are one of the early adopters of our newly developed B2B technology. The charting library and the trading terminal was meant exactly for this – improve productivity for brokers and their existing clients“

 

Thanks to the deep integration traders can use more than 30 customizable indicators, perform comparative analysis on several instruments, mark trends on charts using advanced drawing tools, and even share their trading ideas online – all within the xCFD web platform.

 

To check out the new platform and try your hand in trading, you can register at the xCFD website and use a free demo account of $20,000, or a real account account with a no-deposit welcome bonus of $30.

www.xcfd.com – Online broker that is easier, better, faster and smarter

www.tradingview.com – Web’s Most Advanced Charting and Analytics Platform

Improving convenience and speed is a big focus for us, so we added the ability to change chart resolution without a mouse (due to popular demand).

A few methods were added:

  • you can write the desired chart resolution in the field where you enter the symbol or in Symbol Search. For instance, “AAPL, 15” is a request for an AAPL chart with a 15-minute resolution.

  • you can use a hotkey ‘,’ (comma) to open a dialog window where you can change the chart resolution. For instance, 2W –  is a change of the current resolution to a 2-week resolution.

  • you can open this dialog window with a mouse by clicking on a new button

 

Now working with our charts is easier and faster than ever before!

We have expanded the functionality of how public ideas are displayed on a chart!

  • Now you can set which ideas should be visible on a chart – your own ideas (including private), ideas of the people you follow, suggested ideas or all ideas at the same time.

  • On the side toolbar, you can now access the section with your published ideas.

Publishing private ideas is now available to all users! It’s now easy to create notes that only you can see and will always be at hand.

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Here is the complete change log:

  • Private ideas are available to all users now, not only to the PRO account holders, acting as notes.

  • New options have been added for the top toolbar:

    • Suggested ideas & my ideas

    • Ideas of the people I follow & my ideas

    • My ideas only

  • Your own ideas are shown on a chart as triangles. Private ideas – as hollow triangles.

  • In addition to the chart, ideas are also shown on the side panel My Ideas and Notes. It has the following filters:

    • Favorite ideas

    • Only private ideas

    • Ideas for the current symbol only

    • Ideas for the current resolution only

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  • Using the ‘+’ button on the side panel, a user can now rapidly publish a private idea.

  • You can pin an idea that you like to your chart. A pinned idea is shown like other drawings, able to be accessed as a reference while doing your analysis (for example, when referencing previously published ideas). If you click on the pinned idea it will open in a popup.

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  • If you place your mouse pointer over an idea of a certain author, all his ideas will be highlighted. This makes it easy to find the author’s other ideas.

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CME Futures Delayed Data Package Available!

We introduced a new package featuring delayed US futures data (CME, CBOT, COMEX and  NYMEX exchanges) for only $10/month! All data in this package is delayed by 10 minutes, which results in much lower fees from the exchanges.

The package gives access to intraday futures data such as Gold (GC), Crude Oil (CL), or SnP500 (ES), at 1 minute and higher granularity. This is a great choice for investors who analyze futures contracts, but don’t need the up-to-the-second real-time data.

To purchase the Delayed Futures package, simply visit your account settings. You also need to have any one of the Pro subscription before purchasing any data.

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New Bitcoin Exchanges

New exchanges were added, and that means even more cryptocurrencies!

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Please contact us at support@tradingview.com if you have any questions about adding new exchanges.

A big thank you to everyone who applied to be a beta tester for alerts. The group is now full. We are not adding any new participants, and the alerts will be available to everyone soon!

On Monday August 11th we are starting official beta testing of the Alerts feature. If anyone hasn’t received access to the beta version of alerts, you’ll get it on Monday. For a great overview of Alerts, take a look at a video by our super awesome moderator Chris Moody (view full screen for full HD resolution). Please find more videos at http://videos.tradingview.com.

The long-awaited Pine Script Sharing has been implemented! Now you can share your scripts with the rest of the TradingView community. Just write the script, add it to a chart and publish it.  For a great overview of Script Sharing, take a look at a video by our super awesome moderator Chris Moody (view full screen for full HD resolution). Please find more videos at http://videos.tradingview.com.

Please note that we changed the layout and made it easier to add published scripts to your personal library. The process is now more logical and much clearer – it’s just like bookmarking pages in a browser. Unfortunately, all previously added scripts are now removed, but you can easily find them in the script database and add them again.

To add a script to your personal library, just mark it as a “Favorite”:

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Now it’s easier to navigate your scripts and the Script Library:

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We also separated published ideas and published scripts. Now the scripts are not duplicated on the Ideas page.

 

The search is now immediately done on all published scripts:

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A separate section for published scripts is now available in the user profile.

A good partner of ours Futures Magazine (the well-known 40-year-old futures publication) is having a promotion to celebrate their 500th issue. The offer is good for a free digital edition of the 500th issue , as well as  U.S. and international delivery for 50% discount subscription fee. May be useful for the TradingView crowd!

Link to the offer is below, click the picture.

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New indicator package in the TradingView AppStore – Key Hidden Levels.

It includes the following indicators:

  • Earnings Price Support;

  • Options Price Support;

  • Range Movement;

  • UDIO Bars.

The Tim West Studies are designed to help you see key hidden levels in a stock chart so you are more prepared to assess where it might go in the future. The levels are fundamental to how markets work and relate to 16 important “battle” dates each year out of more than 250 bars to confuse you. We take the relevant days and make them stand out. Which days? The 4 days a year that companies report EARNINGS and the 12 monthly options expiration days. With the power of TradingView, you can now view graphs of these important dates, with a proprietary twist, that allows you to see where buyers or sellers may still be lurking long after the earnings report is forgotten by the average traders. In order to be above average, you need to have more information than everyone else.

SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE – August 2, 2014

We’ll be improving some services and TradingView may have some service interruptions.

Thanks for your understanding!

TradingView now has the option to add intraday real-time futures data to your account! You can now add the following exchanges:

  • CME Real-time Quotes ($90 / mo)

  • CME E-mini Equity Real-time Quotes ($45 / mo)

  • CBOT Real-time Quotes ($90 / mo)

  • CBOT E-mini Real-time Quotes ($25 / mo)

  • NYMEX Real-time Quotes ($90 / mo)

  • NYMEX E-mini Real-time Quotes ($35 / mo)

  • COMEX Real-time Quotes ($90 / mo)

  • COMEX E-mini Real-time Quotes ($25 / mo)

Each one can be purchased separately, with the E-mini packages obviously being less expensive. Remember, you have to have one of the PRO subscriptions to add any real-time exchanges.

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NOTE: CME Group charges TradingView hefty exchange fees to show their data – we are only charging a few extra $ per exchange to cover our costs. One of the possible reasons is that TradingView doesn’t yet support broker accounts that qualify for a fee waiver – thus making the fees equivalent to display terminals. We are always researching ways to get better prices for our users.

More information is available here:

- http://www.futuresmag.com/2013/11/12/cme-ends-trading-waiver-on-wata-fees

- http://www.cmegroup.com/market-data/distributor/files/schedule-5-cme-group-fees.pdf

Hi all,

Unfortunately, some TradingView users faced an issue in the last couple of days, where they were unable to access charts with data. The issue has now been fixed, and here’s a brief recap of what happened.

Latest issue appeared at 18:25 UTC on Saturday, July 26th. After we’ve understood what’s happening, our dev sent the first report email on Sunday July 27th at 7:38 am UTC.

Here’s a quote from Barchart, our data provider, which we just received:

“Barchart experienced a historical database issue over the weekend and this morning resulting in the intermittent unavailability of historical market data.  This issue has been resolved and we apologize for the inconvenience. TradingView receives historical market data from Barchart. This issue was on Barchart’s end, not TradingView.”

This issue affected our both primary and backup channels, so that safeguard didn’t help in this instance. We are now working with Barchart to analyze the issue, to understand its roots and to make sure it doesn’t happen again.

We thank you you for your understanding. Thanks for being with us!

TradingView team.

We are in the final stages of releasing an Alerts service! Currently we are taking applications from beta testers, who are interested in testing the new feature and provide constructive feedback. To apply to be in the beta, send us a request to support@tradingview.com. Here’s a wonderful sneak peek from Chris Moody  about the new alerts (view full screen for full HD resolution). Please find more videos at http://videos.tradingview.com.

Dear early adopters of cutting-edge technology,

Yesterday’s problems, as surprising as it sounds, were caused by our huge popularity. We crossed a point where our current cloud infrastructure needs new solutions for maintaining high stability levels. We completely understand, and take full responsibility, for the inconvenience caused. Our engineers are working around the clock so we can move past this, and so that you can see all the advantages of a cloud platform without the current early-stage issues. We are obliged to offer a refund for the month to anyone who experienced issues, but hope for your support and understanding. Send an inquiry to this email address if you think it’s necessary to receive a refund: support@tradingview.com

In situations when you need to mark, highlight bars on a chart and not draw a usual plot in the form of a line, the function ‘plot’ may not be enough. Although it’s possible to execute this kind of task by applying ‘plot’ in combination with the styles ‘style=circles’ or ‘style=cross’, it’s recommended to use the functions ‘plotshape’, ‘plotchar’, ‘plotarrow’.

Learn more details in our tutorial.

We are happy to announce that we connected the OTC/Pink Sheets data, and it’s now available to our users. Free users have access to End of Day OTC data, and daily/weekly/monthly timeframes. You can add real-time and intraday history to your account if you have one of our Pro subscriptions. You can add the OTC exchange for just $2/month to your existing subscription.

Also, a slight change of mechanics of the site. All official real-time and intraday data for exchanges –  NASDAQ, NYSE, AMEX and OTC- are now available to be added on separately to your account. This way you can design your experience so that it’s best suited for your need. To add exchanges, you need to be a Pro, Pro Plus or a Pro Premium member, and then choose the exchanges that you want to add.

All users that have purchased subscriptions before today – your service will not change until your subscriptions runs out (i.e. you’ll continue to have all the data that you are currently seeing). However, you can add the OTC exchange to your subscription for only $2/month if you want.

There are more exciting exchanges and features coming soon, so stay tuned!

Now you have the ability to configure color, weight and line style for the crosshairs on your mouse pointer. You can also select the type of the grid lines. These new preferences can be found in the Chart Properties -> Background tab.

Added a new indicator to the RobBooker premium package

New indicator from Rob Booker – Intraday Pivot Points:

Now you have even more tools for analysis within the same package!

 

New award-winning indicator package – MTPredictor is now in the shop!

Premium add-on package contains the following indicators:

  • ATR Range

  • ATR Stop

  • Analysis

    • Risk/Reward

    • Decision Point

    • Analyze Trade Setup

    • Elliot Wave

    • WPT Up Wave

    • WPT Down Wave

  • Opening Gap

  • STF

  • VSA

The Share button on Published Idea page was moved to the left edge of the chart.

If you haven’t used it, the Share button lets you:

  • One-click share your chart to Twitter, Facebook, or any other network (static picture only)

  • Copy the permanent link to share with a friend

  • Copy the Embed code to post in your blog or your site (embeds a live chart with Play button)

  • Copy someone’s idea by using the “Make it Mine” button

The long-awaited Pine Script Sharing has been implemented! Now you can share your scripts with the rest of the TradingView community. Just write the script, add it to a chart and publish it

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Your published script will appear in the public database of published scripts

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And on the public scripts gallery https://www.tradingview.com/p/. Each registered user can select the desired script and add it to his/her own scripts list

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The scripts you add from the main database can be found in the Indicators window -> Technical analysis menu -> Added tab

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These scripts can be added to your chart, but their source code cannot be modified; it’s “read only”. You need to save a copy of the script to your own profile to modify its code

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This is the first version of this great feature. Stay tuned for more improvements in the future!

Upgrade your subscription plan!

We introduced a new Premium subscription plan! It contains all features of PRO & PRO Plus subscriptions, as well as Phone support and Priority email support. Join the TradingView community on your terms!

Comprehensive Pine tutorial

We added a detailed pine language tutorial. Writing scripts has never been easier! To access the tutorial, click the Help button in the Script Editor from the chart

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New types of lines

Now you can choose between simple lines, lines with markers or step lines. More features to create your charts!

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New logic of adding objects to the chart

The new default logic is that every new object you add is below everything else on the chart. This way the price series is always on top. However, you can easily change this if you like through:

  • in the Objects Tree dialog

    • by dragging objects around

    • using arrow keys to move

  • using context menu to change

  • toolbar buttons to reorder

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When you change the sequence of objects, the display changes accordingly:

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Some widget improvements for your convenience:

1. New button that allows to open the widget in a pop-up window. Great way to let your users experience the full power of the chart!

 

2. Auto size option added to Market Overview and Symbol Overview Widget.

 

3. Now you can set the default chart style in widget settings (i.e. OHLC bars, Line, Area, etc).

Rating system change

As you know TradingView has a rating system. We found that some users found ways to artificially inflate their rating – which is not good for anyone!

So, we had to rebuild the rating system. We just launched a new algorithm, and we are keeping it secret this time to avoid cheating. The reputation tab is also hidden now.

New convenient Open Script Dialog

Now you can easily find the script that you are looking for. Search for it by Name, Title or Modification date.

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Script Editor was also updated – it’s now a lot easier to navigate with shiny new buttons. There’s a new status indicator on the Save button (identical to the Save chart button).

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Pine logic changed

Management logic for Pine scripts has changed. We introduced the concept of filenames (with meta info) to uniquely identify scripts – the title is no longer what makes the script unique!

Be careful! This update means that if you change the title of an existing script and click Save, the script will be overwritten! We are going to add the “Save As” button soon.

 

Objects Tree added  - super easy object management

Now handling and reordering objects on the charts is a breeze! Simple drag an object (i.e. drawing or text) into the object tree and change its z-order. You can also delete, hide or show object properties right from the Tree.

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Change the z-order right from the object’s context menu.

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Also added Manage Drawings (in addition to Object Tree), where you can see all drawings on all currently inactive symbols on the chart. Drawings can be sorted by symbol and by name. Never lose track of your drawings again!

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New indicator package in the TradingView AppStore – MicroTrends.

It includes the following indicators:

  • Auto Fibonacci

  • Auto Fibonacci Current Session

  • Auto Fibonacci Grid

  • Auto Fibonacci HTF

  • Auto Fibonacci Prior HTF

  • Current OHL

  • Daily Pivots

  • Horizontal Levels SR

  • Horizontal Levels SR HTF

  • Open Range Levels Signals

  • Projected High Low

  • Range Grid

 

More information about the indicators can be found on the on the developer’s website –  www.microtrends.co/tradingview/. Make sure you check it out!

 

Improved Ideas searching

New “Most” filter lets you see how many events happened today/per week/per month.

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Improved notifications

Easy access to notification settings from the right panel. “Additional Notifications Settings…” opens the needed tab in your profile.

New Bitcoin exchanges & symbols

Huobi and Kraken exchanges were added, and that means even more cryptocurrencies!

Improved usability

Added confirmation dialogs when deleting Watchlists, Study Templates, Drawing Templates and Color themes.

 

Our new Quote Board widget will make a great addition to any financial portal or blog.

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It’s a new option in our Market Overview widget – you can remove the chart and leave only a list of auto-updating quotes for your favorite symbols. Go to our Widgets section, find the Market Overview / Quote Board Widget, click Hide Chart and Apply to show just the quotes.

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Happy embedding!

1. New drawing mode for Ipads and mobile devices!

We optimized the ability to draw on charts for all smaller screens. Now you can mark up charts on the go and share with your friends on Twitter, сheck it out!

Also, check the “Lock All Drawing Tools” button on the left Drawings panel.

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If it’s checked, you won’t accidentally move anything while scrolling around.

 

2. New FREE Symbol Overview Widget

Brand-new (and really cool) widget that displays a clean area chart with key stats about a stock or any other symbol. It’s our third free widget – check it out! You can also remove the key stats and just leave the chart. Perfect for news sites, fin blogs or portals that like to keep things clean.

Widgets are now easier to configure to your liking – we added visual configuration options, just point & click.

1. New Jurik Research

Jurik Research package has new studies. There are 13 of them now.

Here is the list of studies that are included in the package::

  • JMA

  • JMA + DWMA crossovers

  • JMA + DWMA bandpass oscillator

  • JMA Fast-K oscillator

  • JMA + Bollinger Bands

  • CFB 24, 48, 96, 192

  • CFB quad display

  • VEL

  • RSX

  • RSX on RSX

  • RSX double

  • RSX on JMA

  • DMX

See details here:  http://www.jurikres.com/compatible/tradingview.htm

2. New indicator added to the RobBooker package – Missed Pivot Points.

3. New long-awaited drawing – Trend Angle

Publishing Ideas just got a whole lot easier and smarter!

  • Now you can write a description and edit the chart at the same time.

  • You can minimize the Publication window without losing all of your text – we’ll save a draft. Publish Idea button will become orange to show that you have an unfinished draft.

  • Now you can link ideas. This way it’s much easier for your followers to find related ideas – especially if you republish or update your ideas. You can also link your idea to someone else’s if you think it’s related.

  • Added tags, which will be used for sorting and easy searching in the future.

Heartbleed is a serious defect in OpenSSL, a core cryptographic library that is used to protect communications on the Internet. This flaw affects a substantial number of applications and services running on the Internet, including TradingView.

TradingView proactively responded to this threat and has patched all production servers to mitigate the vulnerability.  We have also revoked, re-keyed and re-issued certificates as a matter of best practice.

We have no evidence that TradingView user credentials were compromised, but recommend that our customers change their passwords as a precautionary measure.

Security is a critical component of the trading service we provide for our users. Our security team will continue to monitor this issue and provide more information as necessary.

Unfortunately there is a significant problem with our hosting services – Microsoft Azure – AGAIN. If you see any issues with real-time data please note that this has nothing to do with TradingView software or servers. We are doing everything we can to get this issue resolved with Microsoft as soon as possible.

The good news is that we launched (as promised!) a dedicated backup feed for PRO users. From a technical standpoint this means there are two redundant server infrastructures in independent clouds with different providers. If one of them has an issue, the data will automatically flow from the other one. This means uptime for PRO users will be close to 100%, which is yet another benefit of getting a PRO subscription.

If you are PRO user and see any issues with data – please contact us at support@tradingview.com immediately.

 

Earnings, splits, dividends and estimates

 

Splits & Dividends & Earnings & Earning Estimates were added to TradingView! Our implementation is unique – we tie all events to the time scale in an intuitive and useful way. Proper estimates are particularly difficult to find coupled with good charts – enjoy!

Earnings markers on the chart show you when earnings happen; float your mouse to see complete details

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Estimates markers appear in the future, which is appropriate for estimates

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How many days til next earnings report? New counter in the Details tab

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The feature can be enabled/disabled in chart properties on the Events tab.

 

 

New drawing tool: Rotated Rectangle

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New Technical Analysis indicators added

  • Arnaud Legoux Moving Average (ALMA)
  • Balance of Power
  • Chande Kroll Stop
  • Chop Zone
  • Conditional Expressions
  • Coppock Curve
  • Divergence Indicator
  • Klinger Oscillator
  • Least Squares Moving Average (LSMA)
  • MA Cross
  • Mass Index
  • McGinley Dynamic
  • Smoothed Moving Average (SMMA)
  • True Strength Indicator
  • Vortex Indicator
  • Woodies CCI

 

New input types in pine script: string, symbol, resolution, session.

We added new input types to make TradingView’s Pine programming language even more flexible.

 

New User-Friendly Profile

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  • Added User Statuses. It’s a great way to express yourself and provide updates to your followers! Post/update your status in the profile or in the user menu on the main page.
  • MORE STATS to show off your talents!
  • Floating mouse over a user’s name now shows a dialog with options to Message and Follow.
  • Find all ideas for a symbol by clicking the symbol diagram in the heading.
  • New multiple filters for ideas: “Published”, “Commented by me”, “Followed by me”.
  • Changing user info and setting notifications can now be done on the same tab.

 

 

 

We have released considerable changes in Pine script engine. It was necessary to fix the following issues:

https://getsatisfaction.com/tradingview/topics/ability_to_easily_reference_heiken_ashi_open_high_low_or_close_in_pine#reply_13748539
https://getsatisfaction.com/tradingview/topics/pine_script_chart_no_longer_working
https://getsatisfaction.com/tradingview/topics/e_is_undefined_for_a_function_returning_a_series
https://getsatisfaction.com/tradingview/topics/pinescript_error_i_broke_things_and_im_not_sure_why_this_time

The tests were executed using the scripts we have in our base, but some of our Users may still have some problems. All related issues will have the highest priority and will be considered as soon as possible.
Thank you for understanding.

SORRY!

TradingView had a long downtime today, which is finally resolved. We completely understand and accept that, at the end of it all, we are at fault. Clients don’t typically care why problems happen (as long as they are resolved quickly :) ), but it’s important to understand why to avoid them in the future.

One of our cloud service providers is Windows Azure, and all of our Azure machines stopped responding today. This is not what we expected at any point. After a lengthy escalation process with Microsoft, and great help from our mentors there, we were able to get the problem resolved. To answer the multiple complaints and advice from our users – we will do whatever we can to avoid being caught off guard in the future.

As a start to that process, we will roll out a backup channel for PRO and PRO Realtime users in the near future. That way stability for paid users who depend on the service will near 100%. In addition to that, all current PRO and PRO Realtime users will get a free month of service, as our way of saying “sorry”. Once we are able to afford a full backup channel, we will definitely get that up and running.

We appreciate your patience and understanding, and we promise to continue tirelessly building the best online platform and social network for traders ever! Thanks for being with us!

TradingView Team

There is a significant problem with our hosting services – Microsoft Azure. This has nothing to do with TradingView software or servers, so it’s completely out of our control (unfortunately). We are doing everything we can to get this issue resolved with them as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.

1. Double-clicking on a symbol in watch list allows to change the symbol on all charts of the multi-charts layout.

2. Useful update for Mac users – now our application does not respond to standard Mac hotkeys.

3. New filters on the main page. Time and interval filters have been added. Now looking for great ideas is easier. We also added text format to ideas which made them more elegant.

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4. Long-awaited indicators added to Pine:

1) Woodie’s CCI

2) Vortex Indicator

3) Coppock Curve

4) Chop Zone

5) Least Squares Moving Average

6) Arnaud Legoux Moving Average

7) Chande Momentum Oscillator

8) Money Flow

9) True Strength Indicator

1. New Load Chart dialog replaces unhandy drop-down list. Now you have access to the search by chart name and by symbol, sorting and other features for easy management of saved charts.

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2. Multi-chart improvements. Pro users now have access to two new layouts for 6 and 8 charts, cursor syncing based on the time of the bar as well as fast and convenient maximize option for any chart using a button in the bottom right corner.

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3. New symbols connected: BTCUSD, LTCUSD and LTCBTC from Bitfinex.

4. New check box that allows switching between TTM and quarterly data has been added to Fundamentals indicators.

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5. Video/audio calls – new free feature in private chats available for Firefox and Chrome users. Now you can communicate not only by typing, but also see and hear your trading friends and partners. You can choose to answer with video or audio only.

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6. Elliott drawing tools have been reconsidered. Waves are numbered using the second point and not the first one as it was before.

7. Notification logic has been reconsidered. Your activity stream now is always at hand. You don’t need to leave the chart, just switch to the notification tab on the right side panel. Also, flexible notification configuration has been added to the widget heading. Advanced settings can be found on the Notifications tab in in your profile.

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8. Data Window – new handy widget on the right side panel in chart mode. Shows info on all studies and symbols on your chart in the form of a table following your cursor movement. Also, we added a possibility to visibly highlight selected study. It can be selected by clicking on the chart or in Data Window. More than that, new widget allows you to make indicators invisible and show object properties by double-clicking on it.

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9. Hide All Drawings – new button on the left panel that allows hiding all drawings. It does not change their visibility settings. All drawings are brought back to the chart when a new object is created.

10. Lock All Drawings Tools – locks all drawings on their current location which allows to scroll the chart not being afraid of accidentally moving an object.

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This is a very robust review  in our opinion, so we are sharing with the TradingView community. Whether you have an active account with a broker, or considering one, it’s always good to have as much information as possible! Definitely give this review a good read.

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Quoting from the StockBrokers.com opening letter:

Seeing the industry evolve and make positive changes is what we clamor for. Our yearly review is designed to serve two goals: push the industry forward, and help all of us as investors find the right broker for our needs.

Less the brokers themselves, we are the toughest critics. Our grading criteria, which includes several hundred variables, sorts through the fluff to identify the true leaders. With a “for traders, by traders” mentality, the StockBrokers.com yearly review has a reputation for being the toughest review in the industry, and we don’t plan on it changing anytime soon.

With more than 100,000 reads the past two years, I am proud of what we have accomplished. This year, we had one new broker join, Merrill Edge, and one broker drop out, Cobra Trading, resulting in once again 17 total brokers participating.

So who took the #1 spot Overall?

Head on over the StockBrokers.com 2014 Review and find out.

How does your broker stack up?

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TradingView users can now access all kinds of economic data, including more than 100 reports. Public availability of reliable and up-to-date economic data is a big advantage for investors, since allows them to monitor economic developments and manage investment risk. Be a step ahead of the competition the best economic data on TradingView.

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Sources of where we gather the reports:

FRED – Federal Reserve Economic Data http://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2

ISM – Institute for Supply Management http://www.ism.ws/

ADP – ADP Research Institute http://www.adp.com/tools-and-resources/adp-research-institute.aspx

WORLDBANK – World Bank http://data.worldbank.org/

SANDP – Standard and Poor’s http://www.standardandpoors.com/en_US/web/guest/home

FRBP- Federal Reserve Bank of Philidelphia http://www.philadelphiafed.org/index.cfm

FRBNY – Federal Reserve Bank of New York http://www.newyorkfed.org/

FRKC – Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City http://www.kc.frb.org/

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It’s been over a month since we launched the first beta version of Pine scripting language. We received a lot of positive responses, constructive criticism, and improvement suggestions. We worked hard and here’s the next update. New features include:

  • Inputs for scripted indicators

  • Working with the “security” function

  • Self Referencing variables

  • Multiline functions

  • Functions valuewhen and barssince

  • Bar coloring of data series – barcolor

  • Background coloring – bgcolor

  • Fixes the fill function

  • Improvements in arithmetic functions

  • Automatic type casting

 Now let’s look at each feature in more detail.

 

Inputs for scripted indicators

One of the first features that users asked for was the ability to add inputs to custom scripts, similar to the built-in indicators. You can edit the indicator inputs through the properties window, without needing to edit the Pine script. You can also specify the “title” of the input in the form of a short text string. The title is meant to explain the purpose of the input, and you can specify lowest and highest possible values for numerical inputs.

Instead of writing this in the code:

length = 20
mult = 2.0

You can declare variables length and mult as inputs:

length = input(20, minval=1, title=’Length’)
mult = input(2.0, minval=0.001, maxval=50, title=’Multiplier’)

Further usage of variables length and mult in the script of the indicator is just like any other variable. The indicator properties window now has an Inputs tab, where you can change the input values. The chosen values will be saved as defaults for all new instances of this indicator.

We edited the code of all standard scripts and added inputs. For example, here’s the MACD code:

study(title="Moving Average Convergence/Divergence", shorttitle="MACD")
source = close
fastLength = input(12, minval=1), slowLength=input(26,minval=1)
signalLength=input(9,minval=1)
fastMA = ema(source, fastLength)
slowMA = ema(source, slowLength)
macd = fastMA - slowMA
signal = sma(macd, signalLength)
hist = macd - signal
plot(hist, color=red, style=histogram)
plot(macd, color=blue)
plot(signal, color=orange)

First argument of the input function is the default value of the input variable. Other arguments are options. So, for brevity you can write something like this:

i = input(5)
f = input(5.2)
b = input(true)

A more detailed description of all possible function arguments can be found through this link - https://www.tradingview.com/study-script-reference/#fun_input

For now we added inputs of three types: whole numbers, floating point and boolean. Next we plan to add string, expression and symbol/ticker.

Working with the “security” function

Security function (https://www.tradingview.com/study-script-reference/#fun_security) lets you receive data from additional symbols and resolutions, other than the ones to which the indicator is applied. It existed in the first version of Pine Script, but a number of technical difficulties allowed its use in only several of the simplest cases (see standard scripts Compare and Correlation Coeff). We released a number of improvements designed to broaden the possibilities of the security function.

The Advance Decline Line indicator is an example of a more advanced usage of the security function:

study(title = "Advance Decline Line", shorttitle="ADL")
sym(s) => security(s, period, close)
difference = (sym("ADVN") - sym("DECN"))/(sym("UNCN") + 1)
adline = cum(difference > 0 ? sqrt(difference) : -sqrt(-difference))
plot(adline)

The script requests three securities at the same time. Results of the requests are then added to an arithmetic formula. As a result we have a stock market indicator used by investors to measure the number of individual stocks participating in an upward or downward trend (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advance%E2%80%93decline_line).

Third parameter of the security function doesn’t have to be a simple open, high, low, close or volume. This can be any arithmetic expression or a function call. For example, with the help of security you can view a minute chart and display an SMA (or any other indicator) based on a any other resolution (i.e. daily, weekly, monthly).

study(title="High Time Frame MA", overlay=true)
src = close, len = input(9)
out = sma(src, len)
out1 = security(tickerid, 'D', out)
plot(out1)

Self-Referencing variables

Sometimes it’s necessary to have something in an indicator that stores a status. To solve such issues we created self-referencing variables in Pine Script. A self-referencing variable is a variable that refers to its past values on previous bars from the right side of its declaration. For example:

srv = close + srv[1] + srv[2]

However, on the first bar there is no srv value, so the value srv[1] will be missing on the first bar (to be more precise it will be NaN – Not-A-Number). To change the NaN values it’s possible to turn call to previous values into a nz function (https://www.tradingview.com/study-script-reference/#fun_nz) as follows:

srv = close + nz(srv[1]) + nz(srv[2])

If you don’t, adding any number with NaN will result in NaN and other calculations won’t work.

With the help of self-referencing variables it’s possible to count all existing bars, although there’s a built-in variable n (https://www.tradingview.com/study-script-reference/#var_n):

study(title="Bar Counter")
barn = na(barn[1]) ? 0 : barn[1] + 1
plot(barn)

Or it’s possible to calculate the moving average without the built-in sma function:

study(title="Custom Simple MA", overlay=true)
len = input(9)
sum = nz(close) + nz(sum[1]) - nz(close[len])
plot(sum/len) 

Multiline functions

Pine Script language initially let you declare simple one-line functions, for example:

rnd(val) => val > .99 ? .999 : val < -.99 ? -.999 : val

Of course it’s difficult to do any sort of advanced calculations with just these. So we decided to expand the syntax of declaring functions by making them multiline. Here’s an example of a multiline function:

fun(x, y) =>
    a = x * x
    b = y * y
    sqrt(a + b)

The body of the function is comprised of several statements, each places on a separate line which begins with a tab or 4 spaces (we wanted to make the syntax similar to Python). Statements in the body of the function, except for the last one, must be declarations for variables. The last statement must be an expression, and this will be the value returned by the function. Syntax of one line functions is still supported.

Multiline functions together with self-referencing variables let us build the Connors RSI in Pine Script:

study(title="Connors RSI")
src = close, lenrsi = 3, lenupdown = 2, lenroc = 100
updown(s) =>
    isEqual = s == s[1]
    isGrowing = s > s[1]
    ud = isEqual ? 0 : isGrowing ? (nz(ud[1]) <= 0 ? 1 : nz(ud[1])+1) : (nz(ud[1]) >= 0 ? -1 : nz(ud[1])-1)
    ud
rsi = rsi(src, lenrsi)
updownrsi = rsi(updown(src), lenupdown)
percentrank = percentrank(roc(src, 1), lenroc)
crsi = avg(rsi, updownrsi, percentrank)
plot(crsi)
band1 = hline(70)
band0 = hline(30)
fill(band1, band0)

We are certain that our users will find lots of uses for multiline functions in Pine Script.

Valuewhen and barssince functions

Barssince function (https://www.tradingview.com/study-script-reference/#fun_barssince) lets you receive the number of bars since some condition is filled, for example when close crossed with SMA.

study(title="barssince example")
cross_s = cross(close, sma(close, 20))
plot(barssince(cross_s))

Valuewhen function (https://www.tradingview.com/study-script-reference/#fun_valuewhen) returns the value of the specified series at the moment when the condition was filled. For example, the value of the bar when close crossed with SMA.

study(title="valuewhen example", overlay = true)
cross_s = cross(close, sma(close, 20))
plot(valuewhen(cross_s, close, 0), color=red, linewidth=3)

Third parameter lets you receive the value after a certain number of times a condition was filled. For example, her the close when it was crossed for the third time (countdown starts at 0, into history)

valuewhen(cross_s, close, 2)

A good example of valuewhen usage is the Divergence Indicator, which you can find in the list of standard scripts.

Barcoloring of series – barcolor

The long-awaited function barcolor lets you specify a color for a bar based on filling of a certain condition. You can use inside and Outside bars in different colors.

study(title="barcolor example", overlay = true)
isUp() => close > open
isDown() => close <= open
isOutsideUp() => high > high[1] and low < low[1] and isUp()
isOutsideDown() => high > high[1] and low < low[1] and isDown()
isInside() => high < high[1] and low > low[1]
barcolor(isInside() ? yellow : isOutsideUp() ? aqua : isOutsideDown() ? purple : na)

As you can seem, when passing the na value, the colors stay the default chart color.

Background coloring – bgcolor

Similar to the barcolor function, the background function changes the color of the background. Function will the color of that can be calculated in an expression, and an optional parameter transp – transparency from 0-100, which is 90 by default.

As an example, here’s a script for coloring trading sessions (use it on EURUSD, 30 min resolution)

study(title="bgcolor example", overlay=true)
timeinrange(res, sess) => time(res, sess) != 0
premarket = #0050FF
regular = #0000FF
postmarket = #5000FF
notrading = na
sessioncolor = timeinrange("30", "0400-0930") ? premarket : timeinrange("30", "0930-1600") ? regular : timeinrange("30", "1600-2000") ? postmarket : notrading
bgcolor(sessioncolor, transp=75)

Improvement of the fill function

Fill function lets you color the background between two series, or two horizontal lines (created with hline). In its first version, it was significnatly limited – it couldn’t be used more than once per script. That behavior was influenced strictly by technical limitations. Right now there are no limitations for the number of fills, which is shown by the following example:

study(title="Fill Example")
p1 = plot(sin(high))
p2 = plot(cos(low))
p3 = plot(sin(close))
fill(p1, p3, color=green)
fill(p2, p3, color=blue)
h1 = hline(0)
h2 = hline(1.0)
h3 = hline(0.5)
h4 = hline(1.5)
fill(h1, h2, color=yellow)
fill(h3, h4, color=lime)

Improvements in arithmetic functions

Thanks to our users who write scripts in Pine Script and tell us their feedback here https://getsatisfaction.com/tradingview, we’ve fixed a large number of issues. We added some new functions, which we didn’t have in the past. For example, https://www.tradingview.com/study-script-reference/#fun_round

One of the most common problems is the calculation of the length, and then its usage in functions like sma, wma and others. For example:

length = input(9)
s = sma(close, round(sqrt(length)))
plot(s)

Most arithmetic functions in Pine Script return float (sqrt, exp, log, floor, ceil). However sma requires a second argument for length as a whole numbered value. Now you can get it using the function round.

We noticed the need for a round function in the first version of Pine Script after we tried to add the HullMA indicator.

study(title = "Hull MA", shorttitle="HMA", overlay = true)
source = close, length = input(9, minval=1)
hullma = wma(2*wma(source, length/2)-wma(source, length), round(sqrt(length)))
plot(hullma)

Now you can find the HullMA indicator among other built-in indicators: Open Script Editor, click New and choose HullMA in the list.

 

Automatic type casting

In the first version of Pine Script it was possible to calculate expressions like this:

s = close + 5
plot(s)

The built-in variable close has a series type. Type of the literal 5 – integer. This resulted in 5 being added to each close price, However, the next code was not performed.

s = 5
plot(s)

But because the plot function demands that the first argument be of the series type. We added the automatic type casting of the integer and float types in to the series type. Now it works.

 

Conclusion

PineScript – is a young, but fast-growing language meant for traders, We are constantly working on improving existing features, and adding new ones. We will always be happy.to listen to feedback in terms of features and bugs. You can submit bug reports here – https://getsatisfaction.com/tradingview/topics/pine_scripting_language. Thank you for using TradingView!

 

We are proud to point out that our community has really grown and has become more professional over the past year. The amount of ideas and conversations is constantly growing, and so does the need for moderators. Our primary objective is that high quality content remains visible, while filtering out the not so good things.

Moderators are regular members of our community who earned trust from other TradingView members. They showed a desire to help maintain high quality of published ideas and help build a respectful and helpful community.

  • Moderators make the decision which ideas become Suggested (read more about suggested ideas)
  • Hide unhelpful ideas
  • Delete inappropriate comments
  • Moderate chat (delete inappropriate messages, send warning messages and ban users in the chat)

TradingView community is well-known for highly intelligent ideas and mutual respect, so moderators don’t usually delete content – they sort it so that it’s easy to find and analyze. However, if there are inappropriate comments, chat message or unhelpful ideas, they will be swift to clear that out.

Moderator activity is not compulsory, you can do it while you are doing other things on TradingView. Each moderator gets a PRO RT subscription for free.

Tradingview gives investors a way to find trading ideas unlike anything that existed before. Individual investors, like you, know more about the market than famous analysts from Wall St. We have seen it again and again when experts talk a lot and have no clear direction.

TradingView users have concrete ideas, and they are not afraid to be wrong. They want to see the big picture and look at problems through other people’s eyes. They know the collective consciousness is often more powerful and knowledgeable than experts by themselves.

It’s simple, it always starts with a single post. Once you’ve put yourself out there, you’ll realize that it only makes you better. All it takes is one to start!

Start sharing your ideas today, criticize and agree with others, add important details they may have forgotten. Together, all these interactions make up the golden jewels of knowledge that can be used by many. Our community is built solely on non-profit interactions of talented investors, who are helping each other prosper. We don’t pay authors and don’t buy articles – everything you see is genuine grassroots analysis! We believe that together we can make investing more effective and transparent.

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TradingView is proud to present the Pine scripting language! TradingView is the first platform of to have this kind of functionality, combined with advanced real-time charting and a super-engaged community of investors discussing ideas.

TradingView provides a large set of prebuilt PineScripts (indicators) out of the box. We realized that wasn’t enough for all our users, and adding every script would just make TradingView too large to handle. As a solution, we built the Pine programming language specifically so our users could modify existing PineScripts for their own needs or create custom ones.

The project is still in very early stage, but even now can be useful to a large number of people – so we decided to open even the early beta to the public. We invite everyone to try it and give us feedback. It’s a BETA, which means it probably has errors. With your feedback, we promise to work on fixes and improvements. Currently it’s available for free to everyone. In the future, this may or may not change – depending on how it will affect our server loads.

This article will show you how to begin editing and building PineScripts. It assumes that you are familiar with mathematics and programming basics. Although, with perseverance, anyone can figure it out. We deliberately made it as easy as possible, while keeping it flexible and powerful – to make it understandable to the widest possible audience.

 

The first thing you’ll notice is the new Script Editor button on the toolbar, and the new tab called Custom Scripts in the studies windows.

Through Script Editor you can create a new PineScript or open an existing one. More often it’s easier to tweak existing PineScripts than to create a new one. Start with choosing a template (i.e. which indicator you want to use as the base). We added templates for most indicators available in the default library.

 

Clicking Save will save the indicator and it’ll appear on the Custom Scripts tab.

Let’s practice! For example, the default Stochastic RSI is just not good enough for you – you want three levels. Let’s customize the existing Stoch RSI:

1. Click Script Editor. Then click New and choose Stochastic RSI.

2. Click Save (or press Ctrl+S on your keyboard). We get this:

 

3. Add the PineScript to your chart by clicking Add to Chart. In the future, an applied script will recalculate every time you click Save.

 

4. Now let’s add the levels that we wanted.

 

5. Click Save and look at the results! Scripts now have an additional button (next to its name) that will open the Script Editor.

 

Now let’s try ADDING something that’s not a default on TradingView. For example, you read somewhere that the Chande Momentum Oscillator is just the best, and want to try it out.

1. Open the Script Editor. Click New and choose Blank.

2. We’ll give it a name: “Chande Momentum Oscillator” and abbreviation “CMO“. Save, and we get this:

 

3. Now we need to enter the formula. To find it, use Google or Investopedia.

 

Pretty simple. The code looks like this:

 

Click Add to Chart and this is the result

 

4. Now we need to add the signal line and levels. Here’s what Investopedia says:

 

So, we need to add a signal line with Length = 9 and levels of 50/-50.

 

Click Save and we get this.

We tried to make the editor as simple and user-friendly as possible:

  • Syntax has highlighting
  • Help included for all available functions (question mark on the toolbar)
  • Help for functions through tooltip under the cursor
  • Hotkeys
  • Autocomplete through Ctrl-Space.

 

We hope you enjoy using TradingView’s Pine programming language! Try it and let us know your feedback.

 

TradingView users can now access daily updated, institutional quality, fundamentals data on U.S. companies, including ~200 data fields. Viewing company financials in the context of history and market coverage lets you put current financials in sharp perspective, especially when compared to peers and the company’s own performance over time. Now you’re a step ahead with the best fundamental stock analysis data.

FxWire Pro is the recommend forex newswire service for TradingView. The FxWire Pro newsfeed comes readily integrated with TradingView charts.

FxWire Pro launches Currency Forecasts by top 60 global banks

FxWirePro – “fastest growing institutional FX newsfeed” is proud to introduce “Currency Forecasts” to our newswire service through TradingView. Currency Forecasts are the compilations of various aggregated surveys, polls and insights for major currency pairs provided by top 60 global banks, trading houses, economists and strategists. Currency Forecasts will equip the traders with exclusive and intelligent insights into Institutional sentiment of the market direction. The addition will prove immensely beneficial to the FX traders as they are not limited to forecasts from few research institutions or banks but from a large pool of institutional banks which increases the accuracy. Currency Forecasts will be published daily depending on the releases from various institutions. All forecasts are available for one month, three months, six months and one year.

About FxWirePro

FxWirePro is a comprehensive newswire service for investors and traders that covers all the news affecting the currency markets in a truly trader friendly format – succinct and to the point. FxWirePro is the only newswire service dedicated to FX Trader and is short and concise allowing traders to grasp the full news in the shortest possible time. Each news item is carefully pre-selected for publication into the newswire to ensure its relevancy for the FX Trader. The newswire comes readily integrated on the TradingView platform.

Extended Hours on TradingView

Extended Trading Hours released on TradingView! 

This feature is also known as PRE and POST market trading sessions. This information lets traders and investors know what’s happening outside of regular trading hours, and lets you stay more informed about the market!

Extended hours were  available to everyone while we were testing in beta, and after today’s release are part of the PRORT package (only 19.95/month!). TradingView PRORT users are getting more and more value added for the same $$. Sign up today and start benefitting from more features on TradingView!

We’re glad to announce the release of a world-renowned analysis tools Jurik Research on TradingView. Jurik Research has gained the reputation of the most reliable, precise and smooth indicators. Ideally, you would like a filtered signal to be both smooth and lag-free. Lag causes delays in your trades, and increasing lag in your indicators typically result in lower profits.

 

JMA. Investors, banks and institutions worldwide ask for the Jurik Research Moving Average (JMA). You may apply it just as you would any other popular moving average. However, JMA’s improved timing and smoothness will astound you.

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RSX. The popular RSI indicator simultaneously measures trend velocity and quality. RSI gives a strong signal when a trend is fast and clean. However, RSI is a jittery signal, making technical analysis very difficult. Jurik’s RSX is vastly superior. The chart compares the classic RSI to Jurik’s RSX.

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VEL. The classical momentum indicator is a simple yet effective measure of market direction. Typical attempts to remove noise by applying a moving average will seriously degrade its usefulness by adding lag. Jurik Research solved this problem with an advanced momentum oscillator that produces very smooth curves.

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CFB. Serious analysts are now adjusting the speed of their indicators to the duration of market trend. If this idea appeals to you, you need a tool that measures price trend duration, not cycle length. Jurik Research discovered, back in 1996, how fractals could readily assess the duration of market trend. The new indicator, called CFB (Composite Fractal Behavior), works well whether or not the price time series has any cycle components.

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DMX. DMX is the ultra-smooth, low lag version of your classic DMI indicator. With DMX on your charts, you can throw away both DMI and ADX. The classic indicator ADX is a smoothed (and lagging) version of the more basic, and more noisy, DMI indicator. DMI itself is composed of two jittery components, DMI.up and DMI.down, combined the following way: DMI=| DMI.up – DMI.down | / | DMI.up + DMI.down |

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Stan Bokov, chief operating officer and co-founder of Chicago startup TradingView, makes a presentation Wednesday during Techstars Chicago’s Demo Day at the House of Blues in Chicago.

The audience at Demo Day is an encouraging one, populated with many local tech community members who mentored the startups over the summer. When TradingView co-founder Stan Bokov said the average visit to his site lasts 50 minutes and 17 seconds, an impressive amount of time in the attention-scattered world of Web browsing, he was greeted with applause.

 

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We’ve achieved and accomplished a great deal at the moment and as far as you know – TradingView is the BEST online charting.

We won’t stop on the current stage and create the best trading platform with such functionality as scanning, backtesting, alerts, etc. However, these are large complex features and the implementation takes time. Priority is highly important in this process. We want to focus our efforts and build the priority of features according to your opinion. Therefore we’d like to ask you what features are significant from your point of view.

Please see below the list of features that we’re going to implement and the link to Customer Community where you can vote for a particular feature simply by clicking +1. If the list is missing what you need – just add your own idea.

Features

Add your own feature!

More data and markets

Thank you for your input!

We released Volume Profile aka Volume at Price indicator. Active traders know that paying attention to volume can make the crucial difference in understanding how the market will move.

Key Benefits:

  • Know supply & demand changes over time
  • See volume activity at the highest point (POC)
  • Anticipate price changes with volume distribution analysis

The Volume Profile can be used in three ways:

Session View: For intraday analysis, see the volume profile for a specific trading session. Automatic calculation — no need to select a specific range.

Fixed Range: Need a specific time horizon? No problem. The fixed range feature shows the Volume Profile across a defined (or fixed) period of time.

Visible Range View: Looking for a larger date range? With the visible range feature, you can see the Volume Profile across an entire date range (i.e. 1 year, 5 year, etc.)

TRY OUR VOLUME PROFILE TODAY FOR ONLY $7/M

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We released Historical Volatility (HV) indicator and several new drawing tools including Head and Shoulders.

Definition of ‘Historical Volatility – HV’

The realized volatility of a financial instrument over a given time period. Generally, this measure is calculated by determining the average deviation from the average price of a financial instrument in the given time period. Standard deviation is the most common but not the only way to calculate historical volatility.

 

Head and Shoulders

The head-and-shoulders pattern is one of the most popular and reliable chart patterns in technical analysis. And as one might imagine from the name, the pattern looks like a head with two shoulders.

Head and shoulders is a reversal pattern that, when formed, signals the security is likely to move against the previous trend. There are two versions of the head-and-shoulders pattern. The head-and-shoulders top is a signal that a security’s price is set to fall, once the pattern is complete, and is usually formed at the peak of an upward trend. The second version, the head-and-shoulders bottom (also known as inverse head and shoulders), signals that a security’s price is set to rise and usually forms during a downward trend.

We released several new drawing types that you can use on your charts. We hope this will make TradingView even more useful and your experience more enjoyable.

The AB=CD Pattern
The AB=CD pattern is a price structure where each price leg is equivalent. The Fibonacci numbers in the pattern must occur at specific points. In an ideal AB=CD, the C point must retrace to either a 0.618 or 0.786. This retracement sets up the BC projection that should converge at the completion of the AB=CD and be either a 1.27 or 1.618. It is important to note that a .618 retracement at the C point will result in a 1.618 BC projection. A .786 retracement at the C point will result in a 1.27 projection. The most important consideration to remember is that the BC projection should converge closely with the completion of the AB=CD.

The Gartley Pattern
The Gartley pattern was outlined by H.M. Gartley in his book Profits in the Stock Market, published in 1935. Although the pattern is named “The Gartley,” the book did not discuss specific Fibonacci retracements! It was not until “The Harmonic Trader” was released that the specific retracements of the B point at a .618 and the D point at a .786 were assigned to the pattern. There are others who have assigned Fibonacci retracements to this framework. However, they use a variety of Fibonacci numbers at the B and D points. Despite these variations, the Fibonacci retracements that yield the most reliable reversals are the .618 at the B point and the .786 at the D point. Furthermore, the pattern should possess a distinct AB=CD pattern that converges in the same area as the 0.786 XA retracement and the BC projection (either 1.27 or 1.618). The most critical aspect of the Gartley is the B point retracement, which must be at a 0.618 of the XA leg.

The Crab Pattern
The Crab is a Harmonic pattern discovered by Scott Carney in 2001. The critical aspect of this pattern is the tight Potential Reversal Zone created by the 1.618 of the XA leg and an extreme (2.24, 2.618, 3.14, 3.618) projection of the BC leg but employs an 0.886 retracement at the B point unlike the regular version that utilizes a 0.382-0.618 at the mid-point. The pattern requires a very small stop loss and usually volatile price action in the Potential Reversal Zone.

The Bat Pattern
The Bat pattern is a precise harmonic pattern discovered by Scott Carney in 2001. The pattern incorporates the 0.886XA retracement, as the defining element in the Potential Reversal Zone (PRZ). The B point retracement must be less than a 0.618, preferably a 0.50 or 0.382 of the XA leg. The Bat utilizes a minimum 1.618BC projection. In addition, the AB=CD pattern within the Bat is extended and usually requires a 1.27AB=CD calculation. It is an incredibly accurate pattern and requires a smaller stop loss than most patterns.

The Butterfly Pattern
The general extension structure of the Butterfly pattern was discovered by Bryce Gilmore. However, the exact alignment of ratios was defined in Scott Carney’s 1998 book, “The Harmonic Trader.” This has become the industry standard for the structure. Scott’s ideal Butterfly Pattern requires specific Fibonacci ratios to validate the structure. These measurements include a mandatory 0.786 retracement of the XA leg at the B point, which defines a more precise Potential Reversal Zone (PRZ) and more significant trading opportunities. Also, the Butterfly pattern must include an AB=CD pattern to be a valid signal. Frequently, the AB=CD pattern will possess an extended CD leg that is 1.27 or 1.618 of the AB leg. Although this is an important requirement for a valid trade signal, the most critical number in the pattern is the 1.27 XA leg. The XA calculation is usually complemented by an extreme (2.00, 2.24, 2.618) BC projection. These numbers create a specific Potential Reversal Zone (PRZ) that can yield powerful reversals, especially when the pattern is in all-time (new highs/new lows) price levels.

Here are the main features that we added recently:

 

INTRADAY SPREAD CHARTS

We made something that no one has made in online charts to date (as far as we know). Now you can build any spread chart by simply typing your formula in the Symbol Edit field using parentheses or multiple operators (+-*/). In addition to using multiple symbols in a spread, you can also use numerical constants such as MSFT + 50.

Spreads for intraday charts are calculated by taking the Open, High, Low, and Close of each 1-minute bar and then recompiled into the selected interval. This approach is the only one that results in correct spread charts. We handle all necessary calculations on our servers and display the finished spread chart in your browser. Welcome to the new era of online charting!

To enter a spread in TradingView, enter the first symbol and follow it with a space; next enter an operator (-)  for subtraction (+)  for addition (*)  for multiplication and (/) for division; then another space and then the next symbol.

Here are few examples:

1/USDCHF or chart inversions helpful when you want to chart the correlation between the EURUSD and the USDCHF for example. In this case you want to flip the USDCHF chart. Or VIX and S&P500 comparison: if flip one of them, it will be visually.

AAPL/EURUSD or AAPL*USDRUB allows you to the the stock price in other currency

AAPL/XAUUSD - Apple vs Gold

BATS:AAPL-NASDAQ:AAPL arbitrage between BATS and NASDAQ exchanges

BTCUSD-BTCEUR*EURUSD bitcoin arbitrage

FEU/XLB - pair trading example

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S&P AND RUSSELL INDEXES ADDED

Standard and Poor’s 500 (SPX) is one of the most popular indexes in the world for traders to watch. The S&P 500 index includes 500 leading companies and captures approximately 80% coverage of available market capitalization. Standard and Poor’s also has a list of other useful indexes that you can research, i.e. S&P Midcap 400 (IDX). S&P 100 (OEX), and S&P Europe 350 (SEUD). There are literally hundreds of these, just search for “SnP” on your chart, and choose “Index” tab.

The broad-market U.S. index is the Russell 3000 Index (RUA), which is divided into several sub-indexes, including the small-cap Russell 2000 Index (IUX). The Russell Indexes are a family of global equity indices that allow investors to track the performance of distinct market segments worldwide. Many investors use mutual funds or exchange-traded funds based on the Russell Indexes as a way of gaining exposure to certain portions of the U.S. stock market. Additionally, many investment managers use the Russell Indexes as benchmarks to measure their own performance. There are literally hundreds of these, just search for “RUSSELL” on your chart, and choose “Index” tab.

 

BITCOIN

Bitcoin is an experimental, decentralized digital currency that enables instant payments to anyone, anywhere in the world. Bitcoin uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority: managing transactions and issuing money are carried out collectively by the network.

Bitcoins have an exchange rate with other currencies, i.e. Bitcoin/US Dollar (BTCUSD) and Bitcoin/Euro (BTCEUR), which you can now track in real-time on TradingView!

We currently support pairs for bitcoin with the following currencies – USD, AUD, CAD, CHF, CNY, DKK, EUR, GBP, HKD, JPY, NZD, PLN, RUB, SEK, SGD, THB, NOK, CZK. Just search for “Bitcoin” on your chart, and choose the “Bitcoin” tab.

 

NEW INDICATORS

Awesome Oscillator

Choppiness Index

Connor’s RSI

Double EMA

Know Sure Thing

Relative Vigor Index

Relative Volatility Index

Triple EMA

Price Volume Trend

VWMA

VWAP was changed

 

AlgoviewEssential – NEW ADDON PACKAGE

The Algoview Essential package contains classical and widely used trading indicators. The majority of these indicators are “price action” oriented, with a candlestick patterns finder, a powerful range patterns indicator (to easily find NR4/NR7 patterns for example), and the popular ThrustBars. The other indicators are also very popular, with the MACDBB which helps to get a better picture than a simple MACD, and the famous SuperTrend, which is an excellent tool to manage trailing stops. Six additional indicators will be added later in this package. Trading is not easy, and nothing is black or white, but with these tools you will have a clearer view of what’s happening on a market, it’s up to you to use it in your favor! Visit PRO page to learn more.

Here’s a story: you are looking at Apple chart and you want to know what other people thought. To see best Apple ideas click the Lightbulb Idea icon in the top toolbar. You’ll see Red, Yellow and Green dots appear on your chart – these are ideas published by other users for that day.

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Red dot means it was a Short/Bear Idea (person thought it’s going down), Yellow dot means a Neutral Idea and Green dot means it’s a Long/Bull Idea (author thought it was going up). Click any dot and the idea pops up!

On the idea you can do multiple things – click Play to see how it played out, Like the idea, leave a Comment with feedback, and Scroll to nearby ideas left and right. This feature will show only ideas Suggested by TradingView, so you are seeing best of the best.

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We made something that no one has made in online charts to date (as far as we know). Now you can build any spread chart by simply typing your formula in the Symbol Edit field using parentheses or multiple operators (+-*/). In addition to using multiple symbols in a spread, you can also use numerical constants such as MSFT + 50.

Spreads for intraday charts are calculated by taking the Open, High, Low, and Close of each 1-minute bar and then recompiled into the selected interval. This approach is the only one that results in correct spread charts. We handle all necessary calculations on our servers and display the finished spread chart in your browser. Welcome to the new era of online charting!

To enter a spread in TradingView, enter the first symbol and follow it with a space; next enter an operator (-)  for subtraction (+)  for addition (*)  for multiplication and (/) for division; then another space and then the next symbol.

Here are few examples:

1/USDCHF or chart inversions helpful when you want to chart the correlation between the EURUSD and the USDCHF for example. In this case you want to flip the USDCHF chart. Or VIX and S&P500 comparison: if flip one of them, it will be visually.

AAPL/EURUSD or AAPL*USDRUB allows you to the the stock price in other currency

AAPL/XAUUSD – Apple vs Gold

BATS:AAPL-NASDAQ:AAPL arbitrage between BATS and NASDAQ exchanges

BTCUSD-BTCEUR*EURUSD bitcoin arbitrage

FEU/XLBpair trading example

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As part of the TechStars Chicago program TradingView is really excited to work IDEO, one of the top design and innovation consulting firms in the world. IDEO was recently featured in “60 minutes” (IDEO founder was friends with Steve Jobs and they designed the first Mac mouse) and does projects like Windows 8 Packaging Design, Brand Awareness for Samsung and (my personal favorite) a family- and patient-centered experience design for Nemours Children’s Hospital. You can look at their full list of projects here.

IDEO is generously donating time of their experts to help TradingView design a truly world-class user experience throughout the next three months. They believed in TradingView and our vision, and they also believed they can make it even better with their expertise. Looking forward to working alongside the super-experienced IDEO team of process, UX and UI designers and learning from the best!

While a startup could never afford their normal fees, it’s just so great that they reach out to young companies that have world-changing potential and help them spread their wings (and TradingView is one of them!). Well done IDEO! Way to go!

As with any community, users is what truly makes TradingView and everything happen. This site wouldn’t be possible if it wasn’t for you guys!

 As a note – TradingView was recently accepted into the #1 startup accelerator in the country, TechStars Chicago. They believed in our vision and are doing everything right now to help TradingView grow into something large, unique and awesome. We are in Chicago and working with mentors and investors on correctly formulating our value proposition, define our target audience, and decide which features we need to build first.

The best thought we’ve had is – why not ask our users directly what they want, and what they think? For you it’s a chance to get involved with the business and see your wishes come true on TradingView.

Keep in mind, just listing every feature you want isn’t really helpful – we’d like to build them all too, and today if possible. But we are constrained by resources (time and money available), so we need to prioritize, and with good reason. Our main goal is to build a large community, increase user engagement, and revolutionize the way people think about trading. What do you think can help with that?

We’ll be in Chicago until at least August 28th, which is when we’ll have our DemoDay at the House of Blues. If some of you are near here – email me and I’d love to chat/meet and talk about TradingView.

Please email me at sbokov@tradingview.com and we can start talking. Thanks again for making TradingView possible!

- Stan Bokov

COO, Co-Founder

TradingView

At TradingView, we are building products that help you make better trading decisions. If you’re interested in joining us, check out these opportunities:

  • Javascript/HTML5 developer
  • Erlang/Java developer
  • Tester/QA

We are super excited to announce that TradingView was accepted as one of the 10 participants in the TechStars Chicago accelerator program this summer! This means we’ll be going down to Chicago to meet great new folks, hone up our offering and get some investors for our projects!

Let us know if you’d like to meet us in Chicago this summer.

Stan Bokov
sbokov@multicharts.com
1-614-569-0345

For those of you that don’t know, TechStars Chicago, formerly Excelerate Labs, had over 900 applicants from 6 continents making it the most competitive class the program has seen. TechStars Chicago portfolio companies enter into an intensive three-month summer program, followed by Demo Day, an annual August event that allows companies to showcase their products by pitching to more than 500 investors from across the country.

Acceptance rate for TechStars Chicago was just 1.1% (10 companies out of 904 applications), which is even tougher than major Ivy League schools.

At part of the program, TradingView receives $18K in seed funding and also has the option of a $100K convertible debt note. But more importantly they will have the opportunity to work with over 150 mentors that include Match.com CEO Sam Yagan, GrubHub cofounder Mike Evans, and Foundry Group cofounder Brad Feld. Last year’s class had over 600 one-on-one meetings with the mentors in the month of June alone.

TechStars Chicago Demo Day will take place at the House of Blues on August 28th.

Here are the main features that we added recently:

HotLists
Pre-built hot lists continuously scan the US stock market to identify best trading opportunities. HotLists dynamically show different symbols based on the criteria selected. Not to be confused with watchlists that always show only the symbols you chose to monitor.

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Follow symbols
Now you can follow symbols just like you follow other users. You can follow all symbols that interest you and receive real-time and email alerts when a new idea is posted.

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Bar Pattern drawing tool
New drawing tool that is unique to TradingView. It copies your price bars, creates a drawing out of them and lets you drag it around the chart. You can, for example, compare recent price movements to past or future moves.

HLC Bars
Added a new type of chart called High-Low-Close bars.

HotKeys for Watchlist
You can now use your keyboard to switch between symbols in the watchlist. Space, Shift+Space and up/down arrows are supported keys.

 

Did you know that you can add multiple symbols as overlays (one on top of another), or in different sub charts (stacking)?

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Price-based charts get their name because they take into account only price movements and ignore time and volume.
Point and Figure

This chart type only plots price movements, without taking time into consideration. A column of X’s is plotted as the price rises—and O’s as the price drops.

If you hold SHIFT while drawing a line, it will draw at a perfect 45 degree angle. This is especially useful when working with Point & Figure charts.
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Renko

This chart type only plots price movements, without taking time or volume into consideration. It is constructed from ticks and looks like bricks stacked in adjacent columns. A new brick is drawn after the price passes the top or bottom of previously predefined amount.

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Kagi

This chart type looks like a continuous line that changes directions and switches from thin to bold. The direction changes when the price changes beyond a predefined amount, and the line switches between thin and bold if the last change bypassed the last horizontal line.

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3 Line break

This chart type only plots price movements, without taking time or volume into consideration. This chart type displays a series of vertical boxes that are based on price changes.
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Heiken-Ashi

Heiken-Ashi means “average bar” in Japanese. Open, High, Low and Close prices of HA candlesticks are not actual prices, they are results from avergaing values of the previous bar, which helps eliminate random volatility.
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NEW FOREX SYMBOLS:
EURNOK:Euro/Norwegian Krone
EURPLN:Euro/Polish Zloty
USDPLN:USD/Polish Zloty
EURCZK:Euro/Czech Republic Koruna
USDCZK:USD/Czech Republic Koruna
EURDKK:Euro/Danish Krone
GBPSEK:British Pound/Swedish Krona
CHFSEK:Swiss Franc/Swedish Krona
CHFNOK:Swiss Franc/Norwegian Krone
USDRUB:USD/Russian Ruble
USDHUF:USD/Hungarian Forint
EURHUF:EuroHungarian Forint
USDILS:USD/Israeli Sheqel

New Metals:
XAGUSD: Silver/USD
XPDUSD: Palladium/USD
XPTUSD: Platinum/USD