Eightcap Integrates TradingView to Enhance the Trading Experience of their Clients

Forex and CFD services provider Eightcap has announced that it has partnered with the charting platform, TradingView. Consequently,  Eightcap account holders will be able to trade straight from their trading account using TradingView charts. Users will also appreciate how simple it is to set up TradingView’s trading notifications. In addition, TradingView’s Pine Script programming language will allow them to test and automate their trading technique.

What’s in it for Eightcap users?

Because of the integration, Eightcap customers will access a comprehensive set of trading tools to help them make better trading choices. This gives customers the power to trade right from the TradingView charts, allowing them to do so. Renko and Point and Figure charts will be available to clients, as will the ability to rewind markets. They will also watch price action evolve as well as the ability to design bespoke formulas and periods.

There are over 30 million monthly users on TradingView, which is a charting tool and an online community for investors. TradingView’s customizable charts make it easy for users to spot and analyze trading patterns. As a result, by joining the platform’s worldwide trading community, users can find hundreds of new trade ideas every day. Over 100,000 indicators created by members of the community, 50 charting tools, and more are all on TradingView.

Marcus Fetherston, Director of Operations at Eightcap stated, “Not only will our clients be able to trade directly into their Eightcap trading account via the TradingView charts, but they will also have access to a large community of traders.”

Founded in 2009, Eightcap is an Australian CFD and Forex trading services platform. It provides crypto derivatives and CFDs on currency pairs, indices, stocks, commodities, and cryptocurrencies. Over a thousand financial instruments are available to the firm’s clients. Regulation of Eightcap is spread over a number of jurisdictions. They include Australia’s Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC), the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), CySEC, and the Bahamas’ Securities Commission (SEC) (SCB).