After LSE data, TradingView extends charting to India securities data

Rick Steves

Charting web service TradingView continues to expand its data offering and after news of real-time data from London Stock Exchange since March 28 2016, the firm will now add data from two India exchanges, National Stock Exchange (NSE) – free for all TradingView users – and the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), for $4 per month to Pro, […]

TradingView extends charting to India securities data

Charting web service TradingView continues to expand its data offering and after news of real-time data from London Stock Exchange since March 28 2016, the firm will now add data from two India exchanges, National Stock Exchange (NSE) – free for all TradingView users – and the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), for $4 per month to Pro, Pro Plus and Premium accounts.

The NSE is the world’s 12th-largest stock exchange, with a market capitalization $1.65 trillion in January 2015, while BSE ranks 11th as it caps at 17.7 trillion.

In retrospective, the LSE offering included a $8 per month package for UK companies traded on the exchange and a $4 per month package for international companies’ stocks. Both packages were only available for holders of Pro, Pro Plus and Premium accounts for $4 per month.

Since its introduction, the community has published over half a million ideas. In March, TradingView changed some of its rules with a “Spring cleanup” by moderating the creation of new public chat rooms that will obey to certain criteria such as clarity of purpose, added value, viability and uniqueness. Also, multiple accounts are now prohibited.

The same month, the company added new fundamentals, including Market Cap, Price/Earnings (PE Ratio), Price/Earnings to Growth (PEG Ratio), Price/Sales (PS Ratio), Dividends Yield, Price/Book Value per share, Price/Cash Flow per share. These fundamentals work on NYSE, AMEX and NASDAQ.

The Ohio-based company founded in 2011 operates an online trading community and offers live charts, company data, online financial software, and has a MarketPlace where third party developers can sell content to the community.

 

 

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