Tradable Integrates TradingView App for Trade from Chart Functionality

TradingView is the latest firm to develop an app for the Tradable platform, releasing a charting solution that integrates trade

Tradable announced today that TradingView is the latest firm to develop an app for its platform. A popular trading site, TradingView has created a community built around its shareable HTML5 charting technology. Users are able to create and save their charting research, as well as share it with the larger community to gain outside opinion and feedback.

With the integration of its charting technology for the Tradable platform, TradingView also added ‘trade from the charts’ functionality. A long time feature for platforms such as MetaTrader 4, in addition to integrating order entry on the chart, the feature is useful for traders as it can be used to provide a visual representation of open positions and stop and limit orders.

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For TradingView, the firm has been quietly expanding its B2B offering such as charting solutions for websites and webtrader technology for brokers. In addition to the charting app, TradingView is also among the inaugural developer partners for Tradable’s new embed API solution. As such, the current integration with Tradable continues the B2B part of its business.

Stan Bokov, Co-Founder and COO, TradingView commented about the app stating, “Tradable is an innovative company which aims to radically improve the trading experience. It enables traders to build their own dashboard based on apps, which they find most useful and we are delighted to be a part of that.”

Jannick Malling, CEO, Tradable, added, “TradingView provides one of the most popular charting solutions for the Forex market and has a following of around 7 million users per month. We are excited about enabling Tradable users to access TradingView and, in particular, to trade while using these charts, a feature which is in high demand.”

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