Pepperstone launches spread betting direct from TradingView

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Pepperstone has announced that its UK spread betting customers will now be able to trade directly from their TradingView terminals.

Pepperstone, which recently won the TradingView Broker of the Year award, has introduced connectivity that allows its customers to link their Spread Betting account to their TradingView account and Spread Bet directly from their TradingView charts, watchlists or other views.

Other brokers have previously enabled CFD dealing via TradingView but Pepperstone seems to have stolen a march over the competition with the introduction of Spread Betting directly from the world’s most popular charting and analysis platform.

What markets can Pepperstone clients Spread Bet on via Trading View?

Pepperstone’s Spread Betting clients will be able to bet on Forex, equity indices, commodities and individual shares, without having to switch screens.

Speaking about the launch of the new service, Tamas Szabo, Group CEO at Pepperstone said:

“We were delighted to be named (TradingView’s) Broker of the Year earlier this year. At Pepperstone, we are client-obsessed, so being acknowledged for providing the best TradingView client experience was a real honour. The launch of Spread Betting in the UK now completes Pepperstone’s superior TradingView package, enabling our clients to trade the way they want to trade on
the platform “

Linking up with an investing giant

Pepperstone already offered Spread Betting through the popular MT4, MT5 and c-Trader platforms.

However, TradingView recently announced that it had become the world’s most popular investing website, with 50 million users logging in to the platform monthly.

TradingView has also become the highest-rated finance app in the Apple app store, with an average rating of 4.9 (out of a maximum of 5.0) from more than 500,000 reviews.

Offering dealing functionality through TradingView is becoming a prerequisite for margin trading brokers.

Simply because the platform’s footprint is too big to ignore and the fact that the broker’s clients are likely using the platform already. If you don’t offer connectivity to TradingView then those clients could easily jump ship.

As far as Spread Betting is concerned Pepperstone has gained a first-mover advantage. We conducted a straw poll of Spread Betting brokers about 6 weeks ago and at the time none of them offered TradingView connectivity.

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