Vantage integrates with TradingView – FinanceFeeds

“TradingView’s community and super-charting features, combined with Vantage’s transparent pricing, fast execution, extensive product offering and award-winning client service, will see great opportunities for traders in the future.”

Vantage has strengthened its partnership with TradingView through a new broker integration, enhancing trading options for its clients.

This collaboration allows Vantage’s customers to utilize TradingView’s comprehensive charting tools directly from their accounts, facilitating a more efficient trading process.

“Great opportunities for traders in the future”

Available for CFD trades across a variety of instruments such as forex, gold, oil, indices, shares, ETFs, and bonds, this integration aims to streamline the trading experience.

The partnership also introduces a dedicated broker profile page on TradingView’s website, where Vantage will offer educational articles and market analyses to engage further with its clients.

David Shayer, CEO of Vantage UK, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to announce our broker integration with Tradingview. At Vantage, we are devoted to our clients and always looking for new technologies and tools to enhance their trading experience. Adding TradingView to our suite of trading platforms provides greater choice, enabling clients to trade the way they want to.

“TradingView’s community and super-charting features, combined with Vantage’s transparent pricing, fast execution, extensive product offering and award-winning client service, will see great opportunities for traders in the future. We are very excited to watch this new partnership unfold.”

Vantage revamped website and launched Vantage Academy

Earlier this year, the multi-asset brokerage firm unveiled a redesigned website in a strategic overhaul marking a new chapter for the company that prioritizes an intuitive user experience and incorporates new functionalities.

The redesigned website falls in line with Vantage’s corporate branding and integrates a data-backed web structure for an optimized user experience. The user-friendly, mobile-responsive design with intuitive navigation reflects Vantage’s commitment to client-centric access across all devices.

The revamped website also features the Vantage Academy, a hub for traders of all financial literacies that aims to transform traders from beginners to experts. Users can access a wide range of free resources, including articles, livestreams, e-Books, and courses, designed to enhance their trading journey.

“The Vantage View” worth watching

Last week, Vantage released its most recent episode of its series “The Vantage View” in partnership with Bloomberg Media Studios. Focused on sustainable mobility, particularly on the electrification of transportation in Asia and its investment prospects, the third episode sheds light on various investment opportunities within the EV supply chain, encompassing raw materials, battery technology, and charging infrastructure, showcasing Asia’s dynamic and evolving electric mobility landscape.

The video features Andrey Berdichevskiy, a prominent figure from the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), where he leads the Southeast Asia Centre for Climate & Sustainability. Berdichevskiy shares an in-depth analysis of the future of the automotive industry, highlighting the swift rise of Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs).

According to his projections, BEVs are set to constitute 59% of all light-vehicle sales by 2035. Furthermore, he points out the expected tripling of electric two-wheelers, predominantly in Asia, by 2040, underscoring the continent’s critical role in the shift towards electric vehicles (EVs).

In January, the multi-asset broker launched an episode focused on the circular economy featuring Dr. Seeram Ramakrishna, a Professor and Director at the Centre for Nanotechnology and Sustainability, National University of Singapore. Dr. Ramakrishna contrasts the traditional linear economy with the circular economy, highlighting the latter’s societal benefits. He discusses how the financial sector is increasingly adopting circular practices to diversify and reduce long-term risks. Additionally, the episode provides insights for retail investors on how to contribute to the circular economy.

The circular economy model, which focuses on resource efficiency and sustainability, represents a significant shift from traditional linear economic models. In a linear economy, the process typically follows a ‘take-make-dispose’ pattern, often leading to increased waste and environmental degradation. Conversely, the circular economy aims to redefine growth, focusing on positive society-wide benefits. It entails gradually decoupling economic activity from the consumption of finite resources and designing waste out of the system.

The concept is grounded in the principles of designing out waste and pollution, keeping products and materials in use, and regenerating natural systems. This approach not only has environmental benefits but also offers economic advantages. According to a report by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, the circular economy could generate a net economic benefit of $1 trillion annually by 2025.