Pepperstone announced on Tuesday its partnership with TradingView. With this, the broker’s services will be integrated into TradingView, providing traders access to charts, analysis and other trading tools.

“TradingView offers one of the most impressive and in high demand web-based charting tools and social trading community experiences,” said Tony Gruebner, the Chief Marketing Officer at Pepperstone.

For the integration with TradingView, Pepperstone has tapped the services of Spotware Trading Technology, a Cypriot company that licenses the popular c-Trader trading platform.

“At Pepperstone, we are client obsessed and always looking to offer leading technology and tools to enrich the trading experience. We are very excited to work with Spotware and cTrader to include TradingView as part of our extensive trading technology portfolio that allows clients to trade the way they want to trade,” Gruebner added.

Headquartered in Australia, the broker assured that its integration with TradingView will be available to its clients in China and Germany.

A Popular Platform with Retail Traders

TradingView is one of the very popular market research platforms available to retail and professional traders. In addition, it allows brokerage platforms to integrate their services so that trades can be directly executed from the market research platform.

Several other top brokerages have also integrated their services with TradingView, which has become one of the most visited websites in the finance niche.

“We're delighted to be extending our partnership with Pepperstone, by powering their integration into TradingView. This collaboration represents a new undertaking for Spotware and it's an important step in our company's journey, which is in line with the core values of our company in putting trader needs first,” Spotware’s Head of Business Development, Alexander Geralis said.

“On behalf of both Spotware and cTrader, we look forward to both, this partnership, and to supporting other third-party service integrations in the future.”

Pepperstone announced on Tuesday its partnership with TradingView. With this, the broker’s services will be integrated into TradingView, providing traders access to charts, analysis and other trading tools.

“TradingView offers one of the most impressive and in high demand web-based charting tools and social trading community experiences,” said Tony Gruebner, the Chief Marketing Officer at Pepperstone.

For the integration with TradingView, Pepperstone has tapped the services of Spotware Trading Technology, a Cypriot company that licenses the popular c-Trader trading platform.

“At Pepperstone, we are client obsessed and always looking to offer leading technology and tools to enrich the trading experience. We are very excited to work with Spotware and cTrader to include TradingView as part of our extensive trading technology portfolio that allows clients to trade the way they want to trade,” Gruebner added.

Headquartered in Australia, the broker assured that its integration with TradingView will be available to its clients in China and Germany.

A Popular Platform with Retail Traders

TradingView is one of the very popular market research platforms available to retail and professional traders. In addition, it allows brokerage platforms to integrate their services so that trades can be directly executed from the market research platform.

Several other top brokerages have also integrated their services with TradingView, which has become one of the most visited websites in the finance niche.

“We're delighted to be extending our partnership with Pepperstone, by powering their integration into TradingView. This collaboration represents a new undertaking for Spotware and it's an important step in our company's journey, which is in line with the core values of our company in putting trader needs first,” Spotware’s Head of Business Development, Alexander Geralis said.

“On behalf of both Spotware and cTrader, we look forward to both, this partnership, and to supporting other third-party service integrations in the future.”