Spreadex the St Albans-based Spread Betting and CFD broker has given its customers an early Christmas present.
Spreadex adds TradingView trading
Spreadex has entered a partnership with one of the world’s biggest charting and social trading platforms, TradingView.
Established in 2011 TradingView now has more than 30 million users globally who use its state-of-the-art charting services, and swap ideas and information with like-minded peers.
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Trading View also allows users to code their own indicators and scripts in its proprietary coding language Pine, and these tools and indicators can also be shared with other users.
Spreadex traders will now be able to deal directly on their Spreadex accounts from either their TradingView terminal or its mobile apps.
Tom Salmon, Head of Trading at Spreadex, said:
“Our customers will now be able to benefit from a seamless integration between two of the most popular services in the industry,”
“We are absolutely delighted to be able to provide a service using the latest tech that clients want. With our customer-centric approach, we know that this will help our customers to make more informed trading decisions.”
What is TradingView?
TradingView is headquartered in Chicago and its charting service has proved to be immensely popular among technical traders.
It offers a wide range of charting styles, and access to many of the world markets and asset classes, with both free and paid subscription services available.
TradingView has targeted both individual traders and brokerage firms over the last decade, providing them with charting services and trade connectivity.
As well as screening tools, news and informative articles on trending topics, known as snaps, alongside curated watchlists called sparks.
For those Spreadex clients who use the Trading View platform already, or who feel comfortable in a coding/social trading environment, the new tie-up is likely to be well received.
And even those who are not so computer-literate will likely still find themselves using the service, which is quite intuitive to navigate around, even for beginners.