TradingView Partners with DriveWealth to Enable Stock Trading

The firm continues to add more brokers and expand its user-base.

TradingView, the online web based charting provider, announced today on its blog that it now supports US-based brokerage, DriveWealth, for trading equities directly from its platform.

Our partnership with TradingView will provide investors worldwide with a seamless social-trading experience.

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DriveWealth partners with global financial institutions, brokers, app developers and technology companies to provide users with the ability to open a US-based brokerage account and invest in the US equities market.

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Robert Cortright, founder and CEO of DriveWealth, said: “Our partnership with TradingView will provide investors worldwide with a seamless social-trading experience. This latest integration empowers traders by giving them the ability to access insight, analyze trends and execute trades, all on one platform.”

As DriveWealth is supported through the CQG infrastructure, users will need to obtain a CQG-enabled login directly from them if they wish to trade from TradingView. After doing so, they can simply open the Trading Panel at the bottom of the chart and plug in the account and password.

Comprehensive Charting Tool

TradingView is a data-driven investor community which offers a comprehensive charting tool. The company’s approach differs from other social trading networks as it is chart-based with an emphasis on visuals to support investing and provides communal space to view and share trading ideas. Users also have access to a web-store where they can purchase access to third-party tools. 

As reported by Finance Magnates earlier this month, TradingView announced the addition of its new Depth of market (DOM) trading tool which shows a list of open buy and sell orders for a security at different prices, allowing users to see at a glance what kind of liquidity is available for each symbol and price.

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