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TradingView integrates Dow Jones Newswires for premium news coverage and analysis

TradingView has partnered with Dow Jones Newswires to integrate the latter’s real-time market news into its website and mobile applications.

The largest platform for retail traders and investors will be able to leverage Dow Jones Newswires to provide its users with seamless access to premium news coverage and analysis, including real-time updates on global markets, economies, political events, and expert insights from Dow Jones’s world-renowned newsroom.

As part of the package, TradingView users will be able to stay up-to-date with the latest market trends and make more informed trading decisions with the news and insights from The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, and MarketWatch.

“Lightning-fast information for major equity and commodity markets around the world”

Joe Cappitelli, General Manager, Dow Jones Newswires, said: “We pride ourselves on providing the most trusted journalism, data and analysis to help the global financial community make smarter, faster decisions. Making our content available within the TradingView platform will give users an edge when navigating market trends and spotting investment opportunities.”

Pierce Crosby, General Manager at TradingView, commented: “It’s a great day for TradingView users. With the addition of Dow Jones Newswires, we enhance our overall offering to provide lightning-fast information for major equity and commodity markets around the world. Personally, I am also excited for the inclusion of breaking news from The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s and MarketWatch.”

TradingView is the most popular social trading network, having grown throughout a decade to a retail investing community of over 50 million active visitors, who can share ideas, post analyses, and discuss trading strategies while having access to the platform’s real-time data, customizable charts, and technical analysis tools.

The platform offers charting, backtesting, screening, demo trading, and real trading through integrated brokers for forex, stocks, and cryptocurrencies. The firm keeps on integrating new brokers to the platform, having recently added ActivTrades, Skilling, Blackbull Markets, Bitget, and eToro.

TradingView also has its own proprietary programming language called Pine Script, allowing users to create their own custom indicators and scripts in real-time to share with their friends.

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