Broad Market Data Coverage
TradingView is fed by a professional commercial data feed, with direct access to stocks, futures, all major indices, Forex, Bitcoin, and CFDs. You can get official data on prices, volume and history streamed directly from the US and international exchanges.
Mobility of a Modern Browser: Any OS, Any Device, Anywhere in the World
Thanks to the latest HTML5 technology and cloud-based setup, our charts will work on ANY modern browser and OS. TradingView works on any modern device, such as iPads, iPhones, and Android/Windows/Linux phones, tablets and computers.
Our cloud servers do all the heavy lifting – you no longer need to buy an expensive trading computer to get top-notch charting and data. You’ll always have access to latest market news, favorite charts and chat with other members wherever you are.
Regular & Advanced Chart Types
TradingView has regular and advanced chart types, each one helps analyze the market at a different angle. A Candlestick chart will show you how price moved within a certain time period (i.e. a minute, or day), and Renko charts will show if the trend is up or down. Learn more about Chart Types on TradingView!
Custom Spread Charts
Spread charts are a powerful tool for tracking custom comparisons, for example the difference between Microsoft and Google stocks. You can build any spread chart on TradingView by typing in a custom formula using (+-*/), i.e. “MSFT + GOOG” Learn more about Spread Charts on TradingView!
50+ Intelligent Drawing Tools
Drawing tools help you understand what stock prices are doing, and track how your predictions turn out. You can write on your chart or do freehand drawings, drag simple trend lines from A to B, apply the widespread Fibonacci and Gann tools, or apply the popular Elliot Waves. Learn more about Drawing Tools on TradingView!
Customized Technical Analysis
TradingView comes with a massive library of over 100 prebuilt technical indicators including Volume Profile!
But we realized that even this isn’t enough for all our users and we built the Pine programming language. Pine script allows you to create and share your own custom studies and signals. TradingView comes with over a hundred pre-built studies for an in-depth market analysis, covering the most popular trading concepts and indicators. A key advantage of Pine script is that any study’s code can easily be modified. Nearly any custom indicator can also be created from scratch.
We have a unique toolset of institutional quality fundamental data on US companies. Viewing company financials in the context of history and market coverage lets you put current financials in perspective, especially when compared to peers and the company’s own performance over time.
Comparing a stock to the benchmark S&P 500 index is a great way to gauge its performance – to see if it’s doing better or worse than the industry. TradingView lets you compare any stock to any index or any other stock based on % change since the starting point. Learn how to compare symbols on TradingView.
Advanced Price Scaling
When you are ready to get technical, our charts let you set the price scales to match your type of analysis. There are linear, percent and log axes for drastic price movements. You can use two separate price scales at the same time: one for indicators and one for price movements. Read more about scaling options.
Right-click on the price scale to see possible options: change scaling type, enable auto-scaling or show another price scale. Right-clicking on indicators lets you choose which scale to use, so several data series with different scaling can co-exist in one chart. You can also drag price and time scales to increase or decrease compression.
Multiple Symbols on the Chart
It’s often useful to search for relationships between different stocks – do they move in tandem or always in opposite directions? With TradingView you can look at different stocks on the same chart, even if one trades at $100 and another is a penny stock. Learn how to add multiple symbols on the single chart on TradingView.
Studies can be assembled into sets to create study templates. Once a template is created, an entire set of studies can be applied to any chart, at any time, with just one click. It is possible to switch between different templates. Learn how to use Study Templates on TradingView.
Extended Trading Hours and Time Zone Options
TradingView allows you to know what’s happening outside of regular trading hours, and lets you stay more informed about the market! You can display data series using either local or exchange timestamps. Right-click on the time scale to change these options. Learn more about Extended Trading Hours on TradingView.
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 need to monitor.
Keep watch on your favorite stocks in a convenient scanner list. You can add symbols, sort the list and save custom lists under unique names. With TradingView, your watchlists are with you wherever you go, and you can stay on top of the markets on any device that you use TradingView on.
Relevant Real-Time News & Headlines
You see only relevant news next to the stock you are currently looking at (i.e. if you are looking at Facebook chart, only Facebook news will appear). We filter headlines from leading news agencies.
Conversation is a real-time chat, so you can talk to other people looking at the same symbol. In the chat you send links to your charts, and talk about them with people analyzing the same ticker. Conversations let you discuss current market conditions here and now, while publishing charts is your vision of the future.
Being able to publish and share your ideas is one of the key features of TradingView. Publishing will share your trading idea with the financial web and the investing community so that others can comment and rate it. Learn more about Publishing on TradingView.