TradingView has unveiled a newly expanded partnership with Forex.com and its parent group GAIN Capital Holdings, enabling traders to fully utilize its trading terminal and other suite of tools, according to a company statement.
Last month, GAIN Capital Holdings made an announcement about the activation of a new product for its US clients – this culminated in a newly launched deal with TradingView to provide its customers with access to the widely acclaimed advanced web-based charting solution.
World's Biggest Vessel Opens Gates for 2019 Coinsbank Blockchain CruiseGo to article >>
Whereas the previous agreement with Forex.com and TradingView as relegated to charts, the expanded deal will see a much broader focus on trading resources, including access to TradingView’s trading terminal, its charting library, and web-based front end platform, among others.
By extension, TradingView will be integrating Forex.com into its own trading panel, which will include access to over 1.5 million active monthly users who can enter their account and trade without even leaving the TradingView system. The deal is important as represents a strong addition to TradingView’s panel, which already features leading industry players. TradingView’s charting solution has seen a steady rise in popularity in recent years due to the smooth HTML5 charts that encompass a number of asset classes. TradingView had already been delivering its services to customers of FXCM.
According to Stan Bokov, co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of TradingView in an exclusive statement to Finance Magnates regarding the expansion, “Forex.com by GAIN Capital is a well-known and respected broker in the industry. We are happy to expand the offering for TradingView users by including the trading capabilities directly from our platform.”
“We are thrilled to get the new web trading platform in the hands of our customers. It delivers advanced technical analysis tools and powerful trading functionality along with the speed, performance and ease of use today’s active currency traders’ demand,” noted Samantha Roady, President of Retail at GAIN Capital, in an accompanying statement.