TraderEvolution integrates TradingView charts

Rick Steves

“Bridging the analytical prowess of TradingView with the comprehensive trading capabilities of TraderEvolution is a pivotal step. It’s not just about integration, it’s about two companies sharing a unified vision for the future of trading.”

In a groundbreaking move set to revolutionize the online trading industry, TraderEvolution has announced its integration of the world-renowned TradingView chart library directly within the TraderEvolution platform.

This monumental development offers traders and brokers an unprecedented opportunity to harness the power of TradingView’s charts for an extensive range of tradable assets, all within the TraderEvolution ecosystem.

This strategic alliance combines analytical excellence with comprehensive trading capabilities, creating a seamless and powerful trading experience for traders and brokerages alike.

Access to diverse liquidity pools, asset classes, and trading tools

TradingView is synonymous with sophisticated charting tools and a global community of traders and investors who rely on its platform. With TradingView’s chart library fully integrated into the TraderEvolution platform, traders gain access to an expansive range of analytical tools, market insights, and charting capabilities.

This integration seamlessly blends familiarity with innovation, enabling traders to make informed decisions and execute trades effortlessly.

For brokerages, the integration of TradingView charts within the TraderEvolution platform represents a significant enhancement to their offerings. It empowers brokerages to provide clients with access to diverse liquidity pools, asset classes, and trading tools—all within a unified and user-friendly trading environment. This strategic partnership promises increased product engagement and bolsters a broker’s ability to cater to traders’ evolving needs.

“Two companies sharing a unified vision for the future of trading”

Roman Nalivayko, CEO of TraderEvolution Global, said: “Bridging the analytical prowess of TradingView with the comprehensive trading capabilities of TraderEvolution is a pivotal step. It’s not just about integration, it’s about two companies sharing a unified vision for the future of trading.”

Pierce Crosby, General Manager for TradingView, added: “There are few platforms in the space that develop technology to manage an entire broker workflow. Customer onboarding, diverse backend functionality, client management tools, and high-performance front ends and analytics. It is great to see TraderEvolution taking advantage of this. We’re excited to help them spearhead this gap in the market.”

Traders now have the privilege of leveraging TradingView’s acclaimed charting interface directly within the TraderEvolution platform. Brokerages, in turn, can offer their clients access to a vast array of global markets and asset classes, expanding their reach and appeal.

This collaboration between TraderEvolution and TradingView represents a significant leap forward in the realm of broker tech, enabling traders to navigate the dynamic world of finance with confidence and precision.

This announcement builds upon TraderEvolution’s ongoing commitment to streamline workflows and enhance trader experiences. Notably, TraderEvolution has already integrated with TradingView’s website properties, further connecting brokerages with a global audience. Now, with the integration of TradingView charts into the TraderEvolution suite, the trading experience has reached new heights.

This strategic partnership amplifies the analytical capabilities of TraderEvolution, offering traders a sophisticated and intuitive platform for navigating the complex world of financial markets.

For brokerages, it presents an opportunity to elevate their service offerings and engage with a broader client base. In the ever-evolving landscape of online trading, TraderEvolution and TradingView have charted a course toward a brighter and more empowered future for traders and brokerages alike.

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