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A Beginner’s Guide to TradingView
TradingView is a browser-based charting platform and screener for cryptocurrencies and other financial assets. Its charting tools are also available to use natively in Binance’s trading UI. Apart from charting, you can also share your trading strategies and live stream your analysis. When it comes to free options, TradingView is a powerful tool for all experience levels. The basic features should be enough for most traders. However, be careful browsing through other users’ ideas and streams. It’s important to filter out the information that adds value to your strategy rather than blindly following others.
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A Beginner’s Guide to TradingView
About Lesson
TradingView is a platform that lets you customize technical indicators, create charts, and analyze financial assets. These indicators are patterns, lines, and shapes that millions of traders use every day. TradingView is entirely browser-based, with no need to download a client. You can also download an app for iOS and Android if you prefer a mobile experience.
TradingView was launched in Westerville, Ohio, in 2011 and now boasts a large user base, with eight million accounts created in 2020 alone. Users can chart and analyze various stocks, commodities, and cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin with either a free or paid account. Once you’ve created strategies and templates, you can publish your findings to the community. This way, you can build your skills with feedback from other TradingView members.
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