The best charting tool for crypto and stocks

#4 Product of the WeekDecember 25, 2017

TradingView is a social platform for traders and investors (think Bloomberg and LinkedIn rolled into one). Free charts for financial markets and talk to over 1,500,000 traders about trading ideas in real-time.


 +5 reviews
  • Pros: 

    Great analysis tools, vibrant community, customization


    Slight learning curve, especially if you aren't versed in financial securities and the respective tools.

    I started using TV when I started paying more attention to the cryptocurrency market. Since I started using TV, I have become a bit smarter about my investing practices and have started looking at stocks using the tool, not just cryptos.

    Peter Filias has used this product for one month.


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Benjamin Lupton@balupton · Founder, Bevry
I’ve setup an automated trading solution based on Trading View over at
howardlindzonHunter@howardlindzon · stocktwits, Social Leverage
Interactive online charts with free real-time data. Embed charts into any blog or forum and they update themselves. Share insight, comment and follow others.
Nicolo S@coconidodev · Founder/CEO -
Have been using this for years 👍 one of the best designed price tracking products I know!
Cynthia SiantarHiring@shejiaxin · Co-Founder, Call Levels
great product! Already thinking of great possibilities on how Call Levels can integrate with TradingView
Kai GradertHiring@kaigradert · Designer
I am a big fan of TradingView. It took me a few attempts to warm up to it, but now it is part of my daily toolkit. Features on my wishlist: * Support for more brokerage accounts, e.g., USAA * Import positions from brokerage accounts for automated portfolio tracking * Trending alerts for individual watchlists and entire portoflio * Custom alerts per watchlist. Setting up alerts for individual stocks is good, but it gets tedious if you track many positions.