TradeStation and TradingView launch API integration platform
TradeStation Securities launches an API-powered integration with TradingView.
TradeStation Securities, Inc., a subsidiary of TradeStation Group, in collaboration with TradingView, Inc., today announces the launch of an API-powered integration with TradingView which is now available to the customers of TradeStation Securities.
Mutual customers of TradeStation Securities and TradingView can now execute equities and commodity futures orders through TradeStation Securities’ robust, back-end execution systems, from a TradingView website display screen, through an API connection accessible on the TradingView website. This means that TradeStation Securities customers may execute their trades through their TradeStation online brokerage accounts while continuing to view and use TradingView’s charting and model tools and connect with a larger social community of traders to discuss strategies.
TradingView’s active traders can still enjoy the ability to test, exchange and trade financial ideas through TradingView, but now they can also place and execute orders in their TradeStation Securities account, without having to leave the TradingView platform.
“With over 10 million monthly users, it’s clear we have a growth and customer-centric mindset here at TradingView,” said Denis Globa, CEO of TradingView. “By joining forces with an established broker like TradeStation Securities that shares this mentality, and by linking the power of both of our platforms through an API connection, we see our community of traders getting even bigger, better and stronger.”
“Social media is continuing to transform and disrupt our world as we know it, and TradingView has brought the power of social media to the world of trading,” said John Bartleman, President of TradeStation Group. “Through this integration, TradingView’s users who are also our brokerage customers will now be able to utilize the speed, functionality and execution of TradeStation Securities’ award-winning brokerage services”.