GAIN Capital Holdings has made an announcement about the activation of a new product for its US clients. The company signed a partnership deal with TradingView to provide its customers with access to the widely acclaimed advanced web-based charting solution.
The President of Retail at GAIN Capital, Samantha Roady, comments: “TradingView provides one of the most powerful web-based charting platforms available today. In keeping with our commitment to provide the best trading tools to our customers, we are thrilled to be working with the TradingView team to offer their advanced charting to our FOREX.com customers.”
TradingView’s charting solution has gained a lot of popularity in recent years due to the smooth HTML5 charts that encompass a number of asset classes. Before GAIN Capital started providing the tool to its clients, TradingView has already been delivering its services to customers of FXCM and OANDA.
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The data feeds from FOREX.com will encompass real-time pricing for 50 currency pairs and up to 20 years of historical data. The charting package will be accessible to clients of the brokerage via the ForexTrader PRO platform. The new charting solution is part of a package of market analysis tools that include AutoChartist and Trading Central.
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The COO and co-founder of TradingView, Stan Bokov, adds: ”Supporting FOREX.com’s customers on TradingView.com for data and order execution is a welcome addition to our offering and we look forward to continuing to build a strong long-term relationship.”
GAIN Capital and TradingView have also committed to work on en extended partnership that will deliver trading and execution via Trading View’s trading terminal.
“In the coming weeks, we’ll be integrating full trading capabilities, allowing customers to place trades through TradingView’s trading terminal, which will expand the current offering on FOREX.com. Additionally, FOREX.com customers will be able to access their FOREX.com account and trade directly from TradingView’s website,” explained Ms. Roady.
Yesterday GAIN Capital announced that it successfully migrated about 47,000 accounts from FXCM with client assets totaling over $142 million.