easyMarkets integrates TradingView for social trading

Rick Steves

The full range of supported CFD offerings has expanded to include global indices, energy, metals, crypto, and stocks: all of which are now available to the TradingView community.

easyMarkets has integrated with the TradingView platform so its clients can access the social network and one-click trading directly from charts and advanced analysis features.

Traders only have to connect their easyMarkets account to the TradingView interface and enjoy the extension of platform options to trade on: easyMarkets Web and App, MT4, and now TradingView.

Ohad Golan, Chief Marketing Officer at easyMarkets, said: “We are very excited about offering our clients yet another trading platform, especially one as robust as TradingView.

“This integration also makes us one of the few brokers in the industry to provide our customers with a choice of four environments to trade on. easyMarkets has always been on the cusp of innovation and an eager early adopter, I am sure this latest offering will make us even more competitive while also giving our clients another great new platform to trade on.

easyMarkets clients using the TradingView platform will still have access to the broker’s conditions, regulated trading, and fixed spreads, while enriching their trading experience with the social network, advanced charting and analytics.

The CySEC-regulated FX and CFD broker not only operates in Europe, but is also well established in the APAC region with a Sydney, Australia office and a marketing office in Shanghai, China.

In June, the retail broker acquired a license from the British Virgin Islands (BVI) as it continually looks for new regulatory jurisdictions that can better benefit its customer base.

Also in June, easyMarkets launches shares trading. Volatility in the stock market is shaming the currency world and the FX industry needs to cater to its clients’ needs. Enter easyMarkets, with its new expanded list of products on MT4 that includes U.S. and European listed shares.

Recently, the broker also launched its Bitcoin base currency account, allowing traders to deposit, trade, and withdraw in Bitcoin – but still have access to multiple markets, without the need to exchange their Bitcoin funds to FIAT currencies. This lowers the chance of funds lost due to exchange fees and fluctuations in prices of both cryptos and FIAT currencies.

EasyMarkets (rebranded from Easy-forex to EasyMarkets in 2016) was founded in 2001 based on the idea of trading democratization. A theme that has grown so popular with Robinhood.

The full range of supported CFD offerings has expanded to include global indices, energy, metals, crypto, and stocks: all of which are now available to the TradingView community.

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