TradingView is a cloud-based charting and social-networking software for both beginner and advanced traders and investors. Founded in 2011, the software company has expanded rather quickly, now having offices in New York, London and Russia.
TradingView offers analysis information, market research and basic charting, all available with a free account. More advanced traders should be interested in their various paid packages, offering more tools and more charts for a reasonable fee. Most trades are still made outside the platform as only select exchanges and brokers are linked to TradingView.
Users gain access to great features and can use the platform to research market fluctuations, learn new concepts, collaborate with other traders, chat with other investors and traders, ask questions, and practice trading with the platform on any device or system. They also offer charts for anything market related, be it cryptocurrencies, stocks or forex.
TradingView has four account plans. If you are wanting to get started with trading, we would recommend their pro version as it is reasonably priced and gives you everything that you will need to get started. We also find that TradingView's pricing is considerably cheaper than some of its competitors'.
Whether you’re an active trader or you just want to keep an eye on the markets from time to time, TradingView is an excellent tool when researching the markets. You gain access to a ton of tools for free right on the home page, and with a basic account, the avid beginner can practice charting and mock trading for free before placing trades at their favorite exchange.