It has just been announced that iView Charts, developed by trading course creator Steve Ruffley in conjunction with Tradable, is now available on the app-based platform. Tradable’s open platform model is based on adding to the core software functionality with third party apps, which can vary from payments such as Neteller to charting and more.
The iView Charts service aims to provide a framework for traders to understand how and why a market is moving. Ruffley, an advocate of the 80/20 rule of trading – 80% of the time markets move due to technical analysis and 20% of the time due to fundamental events, populates the iView Charts news feed with his own live trades, trade ideas and all the news and information required to cover the 20% trading element.
In addition to the news feed, iView Charts provides the ‘trade view’ indicator to break down all the information. This includes key Fibonacci levels, the relative strength index (RSI) and the type of trade a trader should be looking to do according to the system. The iView then provides the “bias” and also the trade type, with an expandable caption of how to actually trade that symbol.
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Commenting on the announcement Steve Ruffley said, “I am a real advocate of the Tradable open trading platform and see the ability to customize your trading experience as a logical and vital next step in charting. iView Charts provides a total technical break down and supporting commentary to ensure traders make the most informed technical and fundamental trading calls.”
Jannick Malling, CEO of Tradable, added, “In this industry many people want to sell trading answers, often with limited results. This is not what iView Charts is about – this framework allows established users to learn to spot trades. It is an ideal product for our user base of intermediate and experienced traders who want the ability to tailor a successful trading environment. We are delighted to work with Steve and bring his market insight to our customers.”
Users of the platform can explore the apps by signing up for a 14 day trial period on the website of the platform, where Steve Ruffley has recorded a presentation explaining the features.