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Social TradingView Wiki is now open for editing!

Our mission is to enable TradingView users to communicate openly, effectively and through a variety of channels. One way to do this is through the wiki environment – our central knowledge base on charting, scripting, publishing and trading. The Wiki’s goal is to efficiently create and share accumulated knowledge about...

November 23, 2016

Market Analysis The TradingView Show – Multiple car crashes for Euro ahead

In today’s TradingView show Zak Mir and Jenny Hammond (TipTV) discuss 4 important charts with Steven Woodcock (Plutus FX) – USD/CHF, CHF/JPY, EUR/JPY & EUR/GBP, which were published by TradingView users. “I am a massive Euro seller”, says Steven Woodcock, a Senior FX analyst, while discussing the EUR/GBP chart presented by a...

November 18, 2016

Market Analysis The TradingView Show – CAD tracking oil prices, USD/JPY looks cautiously bullish

In today’s TradingView show Tip TV’s Zak Mir and Steven Woodcock from Plutus FX discuss four important charts – EUR/CAD, USD/JPY, NZD/USD and AUD/USD published by the TradingView users. Key points – At the moment, CAD is closely tracking oil prices. This could limit the drop in the EUR/CAD pair....

November 15, 2016

Widgets New Fundamental Data widget from TradingView!

Super excited to announce a new fundamental data widget! Now it’s super easy to show pretty much any fundamental data indicator to your site – such as Apple dividends or earnings. Simply configure the parameters you want to change how it looks, and copy & paste the embed code into...

November 11, 2016

System updates / Maintenance Nov 7 Data Outage – What Really Happened

TL;DR – This is a followup to yesterday’s post on a data outage. ICE Data had a hardware breakdown, the backup plan was not really a backup, waiting for their explanation of how it’ll never happen again. First off, our apologies to all of our users. Regardless of what happens...

November 8, 2016

System updates / Maintenance Data Issues – November 7, 2016

As some of you may have noticed, we are currently experiencing issues with some data sets on our charts. We’ve confirmed that the issue is with our data provider ICE Data (renamed from the recently acquired Interactive Data). We are working closely with them to resolve everything as soon as possible –...

November 7, 2016

Market Analysis TradingView Weekly Show

A new weekly episode with Zak Mir (@ZaksTradersCafe) and Steven Woodcock discussing ideas by TradingView users. Ideas and authors this week are as follows: Euro Fx/U.S. Dollar – by Akil_Stokes New Zealand Dollar/U.S. Dollar – by tntsunrise Euro Fx/Canadian Dollar – by Wave-Trader British Pound/Japanese Yen – by TomHall The show is produced by our partners, TipTV –...

November 4, 2016

Market Analysis TradingView Weekly Show

Welcome to the TradingView Show! Expert analysts take a look at top trading ideas in the heart of the City in London. This week Marc Ostwald, a Macro Strategist at ADM Investor Services, reviewed the TradingView Stock Screener feature, and also ideas on USD/JPY, EUR/JPY, EUR/AUD and Gold. The show is produced by our partners,...

October 28, 2016

Data feeds and exchanges New premium data available on TradingView!

We are constantly increasing data coverage. Currently our users can add: AMEX – American Stock Exchange NASDAQ – NASDAQ Stock Market NYSE – New York Stock Exchange OTC – OTC Markets CME Group (GLOBEX, CBOT, COMEX, NYMEX) Futures MOEX – Moscow Exchange LSE – London Stock Exchange (UK and International...

October 27, 2016

Social TradingView Social: An In-Depth Look at Reputation

TradingView Social Series This post is part of a series on how to make the most of the social piece on TradingView. Make sure you don’t miss any of them! We gave tips on creating awesome custom chats, explained how to gain exposure and build reputation, highlighted common user claims...

October 25, 2016
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Pine Script Pine indicator versions introduced

Good news for indicators developers in Pine! Now you don’t need to save countless versions of your indicators in your library, you can switch between saved versions right in the Pine Editor. You can look up the number of the latest version in the “Open Script” window. More improvements coming...

October 18, 2016

Social TradingView Social: Our Take on Comment Moderation

TradingView Social Series This post is part of a series on how to make the most of the social piece on TradingView. Make sure you don’t miss any of them! We gave tips on creating awesome custom chats, explained how to gain exposure and build reputation, highlighted common user claims...

October 11, 2016

Charting Library New Charting Library (version 1.7) and Trading Terminal (v. 1.8) are released!

The new major upgrades are here! We heavily optimized, added new indicators, expanded the API for creating drawing tools, made main dialog windows responsive, refreshed trading windows and added more to the Account Manager panel. What’s new in the Charting Library 1.7? Added more popular indicators (GitHub issues #869, #1305)...

October 7, 2016

Alerts Create alerts directly on ideas!

You no longer need to open a chart to create an alert based on analysis that you find promising. Simply click “Create alert” in the chart title and configure the alert without leaving the page.  Staying aware of the markets gets only easier with TradingView!

September 30, 2016

Language localisation Help TradingView become more French!

Hi, Help us translate TradingView into French and we’ll comp your Pro Plus plan while you do it (and give you 3 months free after)! Interested? Read on! TradingView is meant to be truly international, with local traders sharing ideas in their local language. Recently we enabled quite a few local...

September 29, 2016

Pine Script Protected source code for Pine indicators

Now you can publish indicators with protected source code. This is a high-demand feature that lets you share knowledge and protect intellectual property at the same time. These indicators are available in the public Script Library, and any user can use it, but only the author can see the source...

September 29, 2016
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Social TradingView Social: Our Badges Explained

As you all know, some TradingView members have badges. They are easy to notice with white capital letters in a coloured box, displayed next to the username. There are 3 kinds of badges, each telling you something different about a member. We noticed they can be a source of confusion...

September 25, 2016

Stock Screener New features added to the Stock Screener

The first new feature is search auto-refreshing (upgraded plans only) You can set a timer – such as 1, 5 or 10 minutes – and the search will be refreshed to reflect the latest data. The row with new data (if any) is highlighted. Auto-refreshing always keeps your searches relevant and...

September 23, 2016

Social TradingView Social: Guilty as Charged! Our Strategy Bias Revealed.

This post is part of a series on how to make the most of the social piece on TradingView. Make sure you don’t miss any of them! We gave tips on creating awesome custom chats, explained how to gain exposure and build reputation, highlighted common user claims moderators can’t help...

September 21, 2016