TradingView, an online free charting website and social network for traders has announced the expansion of its data coverage with addition of three more exchanges. This will allow its user to receive information and get free access to intra-day and tick charts from the added exchanges.
As per the company announcement, the latest addition will allow users to receive market data from Qatar, Indonesia and Hong-Kong. The new venues include Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX), Jakarta based primary exchange of the country, primary stock exchange market of Qatar – Qatar Stock Exchange (QSE). It also expanded its offering by adding Hang Seng Indices, leading index compiler covering Hong Kong and Mainland China markets.
According to the company, the registered users will have access to market data of newly added exchange of 15 minutes but with option to upgrade to the subscription plan, it will include real-time data coverage. In addition, it will also allow users to scan the new marketplaces with its Stock Screener product and access to indepth market data. It also has a web-store where users can purchase access to third-party tools. Including the recent additions, TradingView now provides real-time access to market data from 48 exchanges.
TradingView has been rising to popularity in recent years mainly due to its smooth HTML5 charting that provides access to a diverse set of asset classes including cryptocurrencies and is also one of the largest social networking platforms for traders presently. It provides a communal space where traders and users can share their trading ideas and strategies based on the charting tools from the website.