TradingView is continuing its efforts to solidify its position as the largest social network for traders. The company has just announced on its blog that it is launching a new language version of its website. With the addition of Spanish, the company is aiming to materially grow its already large existing user base.
The addition of Spanish makes it the fourth available language on TradingView after it has already deployed its website in Russian and Japanese. The company has already made available a full set of intraday real-time data on Spanish stocks and indices which include a full-featured market overview.
According to a blog post on TradingView’s website, Spanish users are currently the third-largest language community on the social network for traders.
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“We are happy to offer a completely localized interface for charts and social features. In the Spanish version users can publish and discuss ideas in Spanish, and chats are only in Spanish as well,” the company elaborated in its announcement.
TradingView is a rapidly evolving social network for traders which aims to deliver to the trading community a place where financial markets aficionados can gather together and discuss markets. Users can freely interact with each other and discuss the latest developments across multiple assets classes.
Recently TradingView partnered up with Tradeable to deliver access to a multitude of brokerages to its charting solutions and to ultimately enable live trading for any broker clients willing to use the company’s charting solution as their primary one.