Online web based charting provider TradingView announced today on its blog the introduction of Intraday Data which allows its users to garner information and get free access to the intra-day and tick data for the Canadian exchanges, per a TradingView update.
According to the web based charting provider, registered users will have free access to Intraday Data from the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) and the TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV) delayed by 15 minutes. But this comes with an option to upgrade their subscription to include real-time data.
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The practice of ‘paid’ real-time access is common as you have to usually pay for a market data feed, which includes the fee to the consolidated market data provider and certain exchange fees.
TradingView’s coverage list now includes the following exchanges:
- NYSE ARCA & MKT – New York Stock Exchange MKT and Arca equities
- NASDAQ – NASDAQ Stock Market
- NYSE – New York Stock Exchange
- OTC – OTC Markets
- CME Group (GLOBEX, CBOT, COMEX, NYMEX) Futures
- TSX – Toronto Stock Exchange
- TSXV – TSX Venture Exchange
- MOEX – Moscow Exchange
- LSE – London Stock Exchange (UK and International Companies)
- SIX – Swiss Exchange
- BSE – Bombay Stock Exchange
- NSE – National Stock Exchange of India
- ASX – Australian Securities Exchange
- NZX – New Zealand Exchange
- BME – Bolsa de Madrid
- Bovespa – Sao Paulo Stock Exchange
- BM&F – Brazilian Futures Exchange
- NAG – Nagoya Stock Exchange
- TFE – Tokyo Financial Exchange
- TSE – Tokyo Stock Exchange
- TOCOM – Tokyo Commodity Exchange
- Argentina BCBA – Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires
- BMV – Mexico Stock Exchange
- BIST – Istanbul Stock Exchange
A chart-based offering
TradingView is a data-driven investor community which offers a comprehensive charting tool. The company’s approach differs from other social trading networks because it is chart based with an emphasis on visuals to support investing and provides communal space to view and share trading ideas.
TradingView also has a web-store where users can purchase access to third-party tools. Also recently notable for TradingView is how it has been able to deliver access to a multitude of brokerages to its charting solutions through a new partnership with Tradeable.
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. Finance Magnates reported about the company last year when GAIN Capital started providing the tool to its clients. Prior to GAIN, TradingView has already been delivering its services to customers of FXCM and OANDA.