Skilling partners with TradingView for instant access to charting and trading

Rick Steves

“This partnership makes it both easier and quicker for our customers to find and execute on trading opportunities. Providing quick and easy access to financial markets is central to Skilling’s mission as a company.”

Skilling has partnered with TradingView to allow traders to identify and assess opportunities, and trade them directly through Skilling without leaving the TradingView platform.

Mutual customers now can chart and trade simultaneously for the first time and enjoy the fully combined features and benefits, including collective insights and community-generated indicators and research provided by TradingView’s extensive active user base of traders and investors.

Easier and quicker to find and execute on trading opportunities

Michael Kamerman, CEO of the Skilling Group, commented: “This partnership makes it both easier and quicker for our customers to find and execute on trading opportunities. Providing quick and easy access to financial markets is central to Skilling’s mission as a company. TradingView provides the world’s best online charts and I have been impressed by their meteoric growth. They have become an extremely popular, trusted platform amongst traders worldwide. The launch of this partnership is the next step in Skilling’s vision to make financial markets accessible for all.”

Skilling offers access to nearly 1,000 instruments over a wide range of CFD asset classes — forex, indices, stocks, ETFs, metals, commodities, and crypto. About the latter, the firm claims to have one of the largest CFD offerings in the industry: over 55 popular cryptos.

TradingView is the world’s most popular charting and analysis tools, serving more than 30 million traders and investors monthly who have access to over 100 prebuilt technical indicators, market screeners, community-built scripts, exchanges’ volume profiles, and customised user-defined chart timeframes.

Its community of traders, investors, analysts, and researchers has grown so consistently over the years that the website is now the most popular investing website in the world.

Skilling made key hires as it expands globally, LATAM included

Skilling has been accelerating its expansion across new and existing markets throughout Europe, LATAM regions and other countries fueled by a recent €10 million fundraiser with the specific puropse of global business growth.

The last twelve months at Skilling also saw a number of industry heavyweight executives joining the ranks of the broker, most recently the one and only Jon Squires, who left Capital.com a few months ago after exceptional growth during the pandemic. Jon Squires joined Skilling as Executive Chairman. 

Other recent significant appointments include Daniela Egli, who left FCA and CySEC regulated broker FXview to join Skilling as Group Chief Operating Officer, in charge of overseeing the multi asset fintech’s operations across new and existing markets.

Skilling is authorised and regulated by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) under CIF licence No. 357/18. The firm also has an offshore entity registered in Sychelles, which is authorised and regulated by the local Financial Services Authority (FSA) under licence No. SD042.

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