ThinkMarkets integrates TradingView into ThinkTrader Web
Melbourne-based broker, ThinkMarkets has upgraded its ThinkTrader web platform by integrating popular charting software TradingView.
The integration of TradingView brings several advanced features to ThinkTrader web. Traders will now have the ability to track multiple charts simultaneously, up to eight, offering a more expansive view of the market.
In addition to expanded chart displays, the upgrade includes a one-click synchronization feature. This allows traders to adjust settings on one chart and automatically apply these changes across other charts, streamlining the customization process.
The platform now also offers advanced technical tools, providing users with additional resources for market analysis and decision-making. This includes capabilities for viewing market movements over various time intervals, offering traders custom perspectives and deeper insights into market trends.
Another notable feature of this integration is the specific date navigation, enabling traders to quickly access historical market data for a particular date. This feature is particularly useful for analyzing past market behaviors and patterns.
The upgrade also introduces undo/redo buttons, simplifying the process of modifying chart settings. Additionally, users can customize shortcuts to their preferred intervals for quicker access.
This integration with TradingView is part of ThinkMarkets’ efforts to evolve its platform and provide users with improved tools and functionalities. Earlier this year, the broker introduced ThinkCopy, a copy trading platform that aims to provide clients with access to experienced traders and a range of social features.
ThinkMarkets’ new tool allows everyday investors to search and compare the performance of hundreds of proven traders and mirror their trades automatically. Simultaneously, the platform helps investment talents bring their results to light by competing with other traders in an equally fair environment.
ThinkMarkets made headlines recently after it decided to call off its previously announced merger plan with Canada-listed blank check company, FG Acquisition Corp. The merger would have valued ThinkMarkets, which generated $62 million in revenue in 2022, at $160 million on a pre-money basis.
ThinkMarkets is a multi-licensed online forex brokerage firm, authorized and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC). The firm expanded its global footprint through its licensed South African firm. It also acquired the Japanese FX firm, Japan Affiliate, in a move that allows ThinkMarkets to offer its service in the Asian country.