1. Added a new indicator to the RobBooker package.

New indicator from Rob Booker – Booker/Palladino Ghost Pivots.

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

2. New indicator package – CIT Toolbox.

The CIT Toolbox combines a mix of proprietary swing, pattern and trend trading indicators, and is designed to give users a complete and unique technical analysis perspective applicable to any instrument in any time frame.

The CIT Angles solve the key problem in dealing with Gann angles: finding the correct rise (step, rate of vibration) adapted to price level and volatility. The CIT Bars offer several improvements over Heikin-Ashi, Kagi and Renko bars. The CIT Pivots, Signals and Trend indicators will show you hidden support/resistance levels and optimal entry and exit points, and will eradicate subjectivity and emotion from your trading.

Market Reaction to FOMC Meetings by citdates on TradingView.com

USDJPY Continuing Consolidation by citdates on TradingView.com

Idea updates now have the same functionality as comments – if you post a link to an idea or snapshots it gets converted into a picture 


Notifications improvements

Reorganized the notification section to make it easier to understand. Also added a couple of sections – “Ideas you follow” and “People you follow”. Set them up as you like in your Profile Settings -> Notifications.



Idea Status updates

Now you can mark your idea with the following:

  • Comment
  • Trade closed: target reached
  • Trade closed: stop reached
  • Closed manually
  • Trade active
  • Trade order cancelled

This will save a ton of time and make ideas more informative to your followers.





Working with code becomes more and more flexible! If-statement is now available in Pine Script language. This statement defines what block of statements must be checked when conditions of the expression are satisfied.

Attention! To have access to and use the if statement, one should specify the version of Pine Script language in the very first line of code: //@version=2


study("if statement")
out = if close > open

You can read more about if statement in the Pine Script Tutorial.

If statement may be also useful in strategy trading:

strategy("My Strategy", overlay=true)
longCondition = crossover(sma(close, 14), sma(close, 28))
if (longCondition)
    strategy.entry("My Long Entry Id", strategy.long)
shortCondition = crossunder(sma(close, 14), sma(close, 28))
if (shortCondition)
    strategy.entry("My Short Entry Id", strategy.short)

You can read more about strategies in the Pine Script Tutorial and the Pine Script Reference

Day Trading the Forex Market
Thurs, October 15 | 11:00 AM EST

FXCM is excited to announce its partnership with Trading View and invite you to an exclusive educational webinar with Walker England, a Forex Trading Instructor for DailyFX, The Research Arm of FXCM Inc.

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Join Walker as he teaches you how to look for day trading opportunities in the forex market using Camarilla pivot points. This session will cover support and resistance, breakout and range-based strategies and risk management for the Forex market.


  • What is Day Trading and what are the Available Strategies
  • Price Action Methods and Importance of Time Frames
  • Intro to Pivots
  • Day Trading Ranges
  • Basic Breakout Strategies

Thursday, October 15
11:00 AM EST

If you have any questions, please contact one of our specialists, who are available 24 hours a day by calling 1-888-503-6739 or by e-mail at info@fxcm.com.


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

Gold XAUUSD Bullish Signals triggered, 1187 tgt, more buys ahead By timwest
Looks good, already half way to target …

EURUSD: What We’ve Had & What We Have Next By Akil_Stokes
EURUSD potential trade for this week..

Great Trades and Insightful Analysis

How To Trade The Bat Pattern By TomHall
Stunning 70+ likes for this detailed tutorial.. Check it out, it is worth it…

NZDUSD: Nice Week Buy Position, Wait Before Buying More By Tom_Killick
Tom provides a detailed explanation for the NZDUSD technical position. It’s helpful…

Gold@ Wave 3 in Wave 3 Combined With Breakout By Eleven40_FXTrader
Another bullish outlook for gold..

EURUSD Pivots Near 1.1330 Wave Confluence By JWagnerFXTrader
Elliott wave count for the EURUSD..
How to trade using EARNINGS REPORTS together with trend By timwest
A great tutorial..
Gartley Adventure // Bullish By Trading_Jazz
Trading_Jazz Nailed it…

In Scripts and Custom Indicators

[STRATEGY][RS]MicuRobert EMA cross V2 By MicuRobert

This Wednesday, October 14 at 6:00 PM GMT (1 PM EDT in US) TradingView and Tradable are co-hosting an exclusive webinar with Lex van Dam − renowned hedge fund manager and creator of BBC’s popular TV series Million Dollar Traders. The webinar will feature Lex’s current view on trading opportunities in the market, his prop 5-Step-Trading® approach and the Lex van Dam trading suite.


The webinar will feature an exclusive preview of the new TradingView app integration in Tradable. This integration is an interesting experiment with Tradable’s trading overlayed on top of our charts, with orders and positions displayed.


Stan Bokov, co-founder & COO of TradingView and Jannick Malling, CEO & co-founder of Tradable, will also join the webinar to provide an exclusive first-look at the application and talk about the collaboration.



  • Intro to Lex van Dam and the LvD Academy
  • Current market themes and opportunities using The 5-Step-Trading® approach
  • Trading from TradingView: TradingView & Tradable collaboration


The webinar is expected to last 30 minutes and is free for all attendees.


Register now!


About Lex Van Dam

The LvD Academy is a leading financial educator founded by Lex van Dam – one of Europe’s most respected hedge fund managers and creator of the BBC Television series Million Dollar Traders. Lex teaches his methods to investors of all experience levels through the Academy’s online and on-location training programs covering stocks, currencies, bonds, commodities, economic analysis and risk management.


As an approved Continuing Education (CE) provider, the Academy’s courses are professionally recognized and eligible for credits towards certifications with participating bodies including the IMCA® and CFP®. Lex van Dam is frequently quoted in the media and have been featured by CNBC, Reuters, Bloomberg, the Financial Times and BBC Television.



Over the past several years, TradingView has grown into one of the largest professional networks for traders. Tens of thousands of people share trading ideas every day, learn and teach others.
As the community grows, so does the number of fake and spam accounts, which is just a reality of any internet resource. Account verification is an effective method to shield users from unwanted advertising and aggressive messaging. We’ll post the details a little later, this is a just a notification that the problem is being solved.

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

Believer in Silver Rally – SLV Daily – Up for 2 months By timwest 

EURUSD: Potential Bullish Garltey within the Consolidation By Akil_Stokes 

Great Trades and Insightful Analysis

How To Trade The Gartley Pattern By TomHall

Gold’s Two Bullish Wave Counts By JWagnerFXTrader

Gold So Harmoinc! Update 2 By tntsunrise 

TRADE:USDJPY: BUY@118.700 Post-NFP Wave Cnt + Structure + Cypher By EverythingForex 
Just look at this risk to reward. Isn’t the setup worth trying? By Alexander_Nikitin
AUD—USD = SIGNAL BUY By milad-26

In Scripts and Custom Indicators

4H CCI Strategy By IvanLabrie


It’s now possible to add updates to your published ideas.

You can add important information, such as news that affect the idea, or a conclusion of the deal, right below the original idea chart. With this option your readers won’t miss any comments or developments after the idea was posted.

There are three types of updates:

  • Comment – to add more relevant information.

  • CloseTarget reached – when you successfully hit your target

  • CloseStop reached  – when you got hit your stop loss

Stay tuned for more improvements!

We’re glad to present the new stable release of our Charting Library (1.3 stable). We have a dozen new features and also fixed loads of bugs thanks to our amazing community. Thanks!

So, what’s new in this release:

1. Custom CSS injection (Github issue #619)

CSS is an amazing language that powers the UI on the Web. Now you can use CSS to customize your Charting Library look & feel — we’ve got a special API call which injects your CSS right into our chart.

2. Ability to execute more actions via API (#618)

With the new executeActionById() method you are able to execute tons of actions (most of which usually are done by users through UI). I.e,. you can show Insert Indicator dialog, reset the time scale, show or hide toolbars and so on.

3. Assign keyboard shortcuts (#568)

You can add your own handler to any hotkeys and the chart will call it every time the user uses it. The true power of this feature can be seen when you use our API to manipulate the chart in your handler.

4. Create even more drawings via API (#640, #448)

Now you can create any drawing tools available in the UI via the API. That’s a great feature especially for those who run dirrerent kinds of automated analysis.

5. Memory consumption fixes (#120)

No more eating tons of memory when you recurringly recreate the widget!

6. New style of marks on the chart (#286)

Those marks are tied to the time axis. You can use them to show earnings, splits, dividends, news and any other kind of events related to the symbol.

You can find the detailed information about any features in our wiki, as usual: https://github.com/tradingview/charting_library/wiki. Want to stay tuned with our updates? We’ve got a special Twitter account that posts only relevant updates. Follow it here!

Other New Features

Here is a list of other nice features:

  1. Add Momentum Indicator (#667)
  2. Disable `study_templates` by default #682
  3. Option to disable savings of drawings created with API #643
  4. Option to disable selection of drawings created with API #642
  5. Option to set zOrder for created shapes #413
  6. Create a featureset to save favorite chart styles and study templates (+ watch in terminal) to local storage #626
  7. Option to remove market status indicator #589
  8. Return “Remove All Drawing Tools” #556
  9. Screen shot API function #548
  10. Сlick outside the chart widget does not close popups #465
  11. Resize Chart when its container is resized #372


Here are some bugs we fixed:

  1.  Click “Symbol Info…” causes exception and can not close #680
  2. onTick doesn’t work #670
  3. Bar marks are shifted #654
  4. More data is requested when changing a timezone #652
  5. Bar marks are moved to the last bar when switching time zone #651
  6. Missing data #646
  7. Featureset show_dialog_on_snapshot_ready doesn’t work #625
  8. Two-columned layout is not working #599
  9. Request for study templates persists even of they are switched off #598
  10. Chart doesn’t load on firefox #587
  11. Cannot Retrieve Current Symbol from widget #585
  12. drowing problem with lines end on mousemove, reproduced on official site #577
  13. Empty bar for drawing instruments #551
  14. Crosshair remain white points between sections #533
  15. Tickmarks in future are cleared after scrolling for more data #489
  16. Overnight daily bars are displayed incorrectly on timescale #661
  17. Chart doesn’t unsubscribe from datafeed on destroy #512
  18. Significant memory leak on iframe reload #120

Follow us on Twitter to stay tuned with the updates on Charting Library.

Great news! We have released the long-awaited Backtesting feature in beta-testing mode! It allows you to create trading strategies in Pine Script.

A strategy is a study that can send, modify and cancel orders (to buy/sell). Strategies allow you to perform Backtesting (emulation of strategy trading on historical data) and Forwardtesting (emulation of strategy trading on real-time data) according to your precoded algorithms.

A strategy written in Pine Script language has all the same capabilities as a Pine indicator. When you write a strategy code, it should start with the keyword “strategy”, not “study”. Strategies not only plot something, but also place, modify and cancel orders. They have access to essential strategy performance information through specific keywords.

Read more about ‘Strategy’ built-in functions and variables in the script reference document and pine script tutorial:

The same information is available for you on the “Strategy Tester” tab. Once a strategy is calculated on historical data, you can see hypothetical order fills. To test strategy, apply it to the chart. Use the symbol and time interval that you want to test. You can use a built-in strategy from the “Indicators & Strategies” dialog box, or write your own in Pine Editor.

Once again, the feature is on beta stage, so your feedback is really appreciated. If you have any questions/problems/requests, feel free to write us here.

Important note! When the beta-testing is over, the feature will be available only for paid (Pro/Pro+/Premium) users. The reason of this is that strategies are calculated on our servers and increase load, that is why we cannot make it available for free users. The 5 most active users, who give us the most valuable feedback, will get access to backtesting for 1 year for free. Please post your feedback, questions and suggestions in this thread.


  • Current chart time and timezone are now displayed at the bottom of chart:

Besides, you can click on time to change timezone/session settings.

  • If your browser window is too small, the available time frames and “Go to” button are united into “Data Range” menu:

  • Average Directional Index (ADX) can be found and used as a separate indicator now:

    You can open its source code if you click “New” in Pine Editor.

  • We have improved TradingView for touch screens: navigation buttons have been removed.

  • Chart loading has been optimized.

We got lots of feedback from users that ideas with less than 15 minutes timeframe are of little relevance – they get old too fast and add noise to the idea streams. So publishing to the public gallery is now reserved for ideas with a minimum timeframe of 15 minutes and above.

The best place to share short term ideas is the chat – to get fast feedback and upvotes from other members. To share to chat, publish an idea privately and paste the link into chat. Private ideas can also be shared to any other network, such as Twitter or StockTwits. You can also send snapshots of the chart to chat. Ideas on any timeframe can be published privately.

To make sure users sharing to chat get noticed, there’s now a ”LIke” button in the chat for snapshots and ideas.

Complete publishing rules and details are here – https://www.tradingview.com/house-rules/.

HODL SR is a new add-on in our paid Indicator offering suite by hodl.org. The author claims to have Support & Resistance levels accurate to be used as a basis for automated trading strategies. The Simple Strategy is the recommended approach for beginners.

HODL SR was developed initially for trading cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. However, the HODL SR package is applicable for every tradable asset, i.e. equities, futures, and FX.

There are other strategies available for wave traders or more advanced market enthusiasts. The author’s site provides complete documentation, examples, Simple Strategy details and screencasts. With any questions or for more examples contact the author.

Click to tweet -> http://ctt.ec/YDIyU

A while ago we posted about the ICE Dollar Index going EOD due to ICE regulations, and intro of the DJ FXCM Dollar Index.

David Rodriguez, a popular analyst and the senior strategist for @DailyFX, shared an insightful post that compares the ICE DXY Index and the Dow Jones FXCM USDOLLAR Index. Below is his analysis (opinions are his own).

What are these indexes?

The goal of any dollar index to to assess how the US Dollar is doing overall as a currency. One of the most popular symbols today is the Dollar Index by ICE – denoted as the DXY. Dow Jones and FXCM developed an alternative to the DXY with a different formula. It’s a newer and relatively simpler take based on just four popular currencies to contend with the arguably outdated and more complex ICE DXY formula.

How each index is calculated

The ICE Index is geometrically weighted on international trade data. The geometric weighting means that relative currency hedges change by the value of the index— which makes it costly for market makers to hedge and make markets on appropriately. The outdated weights mean that it’s essentially an inverse Euro chart.



The DJ FXCM Index is arithmetically weighted using values from January 1, 2011—well-after the inception of the euro. It’s designed to mimic actual USD-long positions vs the AUD, JPY, GBP, and EUR. It’s substantially easier to make markets on and continue to see growing use—both from market makers and users.

Calculation & Movements

ICE US Dollar Index construction is rather difficult and could be confusing for some traders. The geometric averaging means that a Euro move from $1.05-1.10 carries less weight than if it moves from $1.10-1.15, when in actuality the percentage move was greater in the first case. Further it’s important to note that the relative weights were set in 1973 according to trade weights; the Euro carries an approximately 60 percent weight in the index at any given moment.

The DJ FXCM US Dollar Index makes use of a more straightforward methodology based on 4 currencies in equal amounts – AUD, JPY, GBP, and EUR at 25% each. That Euro move from $1.05-$1.10 has the same impact as the move from $1.10-$1.15 as it simply tracks the value of holding individual positions. Instead of controlling four different positions and tracking moves in each currency, however, the trader can hold just one position open and watch the US Dollar’s performance at a glance.


The ICE index is more traditional and a habit to watch for a lot of people. At the same time it’s important to have a complete understanding of what it means and how it’s calculated. If you don’t, read up, or use something you understand.

DJ FXCM Index is a simpler and arguably more modern take on how to best calculate how the US Dollar is doing against the world currencies. It’s equally weighted in the 4 popular currencies, and is simple to understand.

Which one works best for you? You decide.

Ending support for MtGox

MTGOX exchange is bankrupt and we are ending support for symbols from them.

On the bright side, TradingView supports many other awesome cryptocurrency exchanges, check them out!

  • 796


  • Bitfinex

  • BitMEX

  • Bitstamp

  • BitVC

  • BitYes

  • BTC-E

  • BTCChina

  • Bitcointoyou

  • bx.in.th

  • Coinfloor

  • FoxBit

  • GoCio

  • HitBTC

  • Huobi

  • itBit


  • Kraken

  • Mercado

  • meXBT

  • Okcoin

  • The Rock Trading

  • Xcoin

Our community is growing and becoming more professional with corresponding increased number of ideas posted every day. Moderators are making great efforts to ensure the content stays useful.

We updated our House Rules to reflect this growth, making them clearer and removing ambiguities. We also added examples to each rule. All authors should make sure to read them and note the best practices to get ideas Suggested and gain more exposure.

Especially we’d like to point out that now any logos / websites / company names cannot be on the chart itself. All links to websites / materials should be at the end of the description. That makes ideas easier to understand and clearer. Links in the description are clickable, unlike when posted on the chart, which is a nice plus.