TradingView offers a complimentary charting platform and social network that enables traders and investors to analyze financial charts and utilize a diverse range of tools to identify opportunities in various markets, including Stocks, Forex, Crypto, Futures & Commodities. Users of TradingView can seamlessly connect with most brokers, allowing them to trade directly on the platform and swiftly capitalize on real-time opportunities presented within their charts.
To utilize our tools, the free version of TradingView will suffice. However, we can recommend upgrading your TradingView plan if you require access to more extensive backtesting of historical data, screen splitting for simultaneous trading across multiple instruments, or simply a higher number of alerts.
TradingView is an excellent choice for manual trading, as it features a user-friendly interface and offers a mobile application available on popular platforms.
Basic chart settings in TradingView
After successfully completing the registration, you need to open a workspace chart, which can be done in the menu indicated in the screenshot below.
The next step will be setting up an optimal chart specifically for you, and you can use the navigation screenshot provided by our team.
Choosing the trading instrument.
Selecting the timeframe.
Choosing the chart display mode.
Here you can add built-in or custom indicators to the chart.
The "Replay" function allows you to replay historical chart periods in real-time.
Here you can save your workspace settings.
Backtest results of the applied strategy on the chart.
When using our tools, we strongly recommend selecting the "Candles" chart display mode and changing the color of the candle body to transparent. You can do this by right-clicking on the chart and accessing the visual display settings.