TradingView integrates first Brazilian broker, Órama Investimentos

Rick Steves

Órama offers all kinds of investment products, from fixed income to crypto-related funds.

TradingView has announced that Brazilian broker Órama Investimentos has joined the list of support brokers as the trading network continues to expand at an impressive rate. Órama users will be able to send orders through TradingView.

Created in 2011, Órama is an investment brokerage house and was a pioneer in offering digital investments in Brazil. Currently, it is the only Brazilian broker accredited to send orders directly through TradingView.

Co-founded by Selmo Nissenbaum, Habib Nascif, and Roberto Rocha, the Brazilian broker offers all kinds of investment products to the community, from fixed income to crypto-related funds: Hasdex 20 Nasdaq Crypto Index (20% of the portfolio is crypto), Hasdex 40 Nasdaq Crypto Index (40% of the portfolio is crypto), and Hashdex Bitcoin Full 100 (100% of the portfolio is in Bitcoin).

City Index and Eightcap also integrated TradingView

TradingView is the most popular trading network in the world and retail brokers everywhere acknowledge that joining the list of supported brokers is increasingly vital for onboarding new users.

As such, FCA-regulated City Index, a subsidiary of StoneX Group, has recently integrated with the TradingView trading terminal and other suites of tools. With the soft launch, investors will have the ability to trade futures and stocks, with more asset classes launching soon.

To access their new partner, users need just to head over to TradingView platform’s trading panel to find City Index’ icon, type in their broker credentials, and start experiencing new opportunities, the company explains.

While some integrations with TradingView influence only the charting tools, the integration of City Index into the TradingView platform as a supported broker includes the trading panel, enabling all users to trade through charts without leaving the site.

TradingView users, who are also City Index brokerage customers, can receive customized alerts on breaking news, connect with other users, write down thoughts and scout the most active stocks of the day.

In late June, Eightcap also joined the list of TradinView-supported brokers, thus providing crypto-derivative traders with direct access to TradingView from their own accounts.

The partnership includes accept to several crypto-derivative trading tools, such as CryptoCrusher, a tool providing daily crypto-trade ideas, indicators to identify crypto-trading opportunities and live crypto-based educational resources. Eightcap crypto-derivative traders can also automate their crypto trades code-free using Capitalise.ai.

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