This TradingView tutorial will take you through some of the most impressive and nifty tools located on the right-hand side of the app. For easy operation and trade optimization, some of these tools will undoubtedly come in handy.
Without wasting time, let’s begin.
The Watchlist Button
It is almost impossible for any trader to do without the watchlist button on TradingView. It is a great way to keep things organized, allowing you to add your favorite symbols directly to the trade screen. Whether they’re stocks, futures, cryptocurrencies, or any other index, the watchlist button makes them easily visible in a click.
Along with price trajectories, the watchlist button also provides access to market data and updates concerning your favorite asset. You can find upcoming news, headlines, and much more.
For traders who have TradingView profiles, it is possible to add alerts, manage alerts, and get notifications on trading activity that might benefit you based on the assets on your watchlist.
The Calendar Section
The calendar section is another critical tool for TradingView. The section contains all the overall market updates and events that might be taking place, affecting the symbol you’re watching.
It is easy for traders with profiles to use their calendar section and the information therein to communicate with other traders. Just send a snapshot of it with your analysis and see what other traders think of it. The calendar section is truly interesting.
The chatbox, as its name suggests, allows you to communicate with like-minded traders. You can share ideas, make comments on market trends, and analyze stock performances over time.
Chat boxes can vary based on the topics. So, you can find boxes related to cryptocurrencies, stocks, futures, and more. You can also check out a private chat to speak with someone in particular about these topics and more related to specific indexes that you’re tracking.
Note that the chatbox is only available to traders with profiles on TradingView.
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