TradingView is an all-in-one web-based charting software. It’s also one of the most used charting platforms for viewing and exchanging trading insights. TradingView offers second-by-second live updates in foreign exchange, the stock market, cryptocurrencies, CFD, and futures.
The following tutorial discusses how to navigate TradingView. We’ll explain how to open trading charts, how to use them, and where to find the currency or symbol of your choosing. When you get the hang of it, the software is relatively easy to use and understand, even for beginners in the trading world. Let’s get started with the tutorial below.
The TradingView software is web-based and requires no installation, so your first step would be to go to TradingView.com. Once you land on the webpage, you can begin by pulling up a chart for your chosen symbol. Below is a step by step guide on how to navigate through the software:
You should note that if you don’t know any of the options provided when searching for a symbol, you don’t need to worry. You can click on the options and be provided with a whole list from which you can choose. For example; if you’re a Forex trader and love the Forex market, you can type in a symbol, then go under the “Forex” option to see the results. If you want to see the Euro against the Australian Dollar under Forex, type in “EURAUD” in the search bar, then click on the Forex option, and you’ll be presented with choices.
In our next tutorial, we’ll talk about the left-hand side tools and how they can help you identify trading opportunities.
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