New Zealand-based BlackBull Markets has become the latest brokerage to ink a partnership deal with TradingView, a popular charting and social trading platform .

Announced on Thursday, the deal will allow the clients of BlackBull Markets to execute trades directly from TradingView, which is used by many traders for charting and market analysis.

The integration came with growing demand for the service from the client base of BlackBull Markets.

“Many clients are already avid fans of TradingView and have been asking for the option to trade inside the platform for some time. We are only too happy to oblige them,” said Anish Lal, the Chief Business Development Officer at BlackBull Markets.

A Popular Charting Platform

The popularity of TradingView exploded in the pandemic months when the retail trading demand skyrocketed. Its easy-to-use charts and market analysis tools soon made it one of the most visited financial services platforms globally.

Benjamin Boulter, the Chief Operating Officer at BlackBull Markets, added: “The user-friendliness of TradingView combined with BlackBull Markets’ deep pool liquidity and high level of customer service is a game changer in the world of investing.”

Blackbull is headquartered in Auckland and offers retail trading services with its licenses obtained from the regulators in New Zealand and Seychelles. The broker is now expanding its services: it partnered with Cyprus-based HokoCloud for offering copy trading services and acquired ATM Strategy, an independent research firm.

Meanwhile, BlackBull is not the only broker to partner with TradingView. Popular trading brands like Pepperstone, OANDA, Forex.com, Saxo, Tickmill, Interactive Brokers and dozens of others already have support execution directly from TradingView.

New Zealand-based BlackBull Markets has become the latest brokerage to ink a partnership deal with TradingView, a popular charting and social trading platform .

Announced on Thursday, the deal will allow the clients of BlackBull Markets to execute trades directly from TradingView, which is used by many traders for charting and market analysis.

The integration came with growing demand for the service from the client base of BlackBull Markets.

“Many clients are already avid fans of TradingView and have been asking for the option to trade inside the platform for some time. We are only too happy to oblige them,” said Anish Lal, the Chief Business Development Officer at BlackBull Markets.

A Popular Charting Platform

The popularity of TradingView exploded in the pandemic months when the retail trading demand skyrocketed. Its easy-to-use charts and market analysis tools soon made it one of the most visited financial services platforms globally.

Benjamin Boulter, the Chief Operating Officer at BlackBull Markets, added: “The user-friendliness of TradingView combined with BlackBull Markets’ deep pool liquidity and high level of customer service is a game changer in the world of investing.”

Blackbull is headquartered in Auckland and offers retail trading services with its licenses obtained from the regulators in New Zealand and Seychelles. The broker is now expanding its services: it partnered with Cyprus-based HokoCloud for offering copy trading services and acquired ATM Strategy, an independent research firm.

Meanwhile, BlackBull is not the only broker to partner with TradingView. Popular trading brands like Pepperstone, OANDA, Forex.com, Saxo, Tickmill, Interactive Brokers and dozens of others already have support execution directly from TradingView.