TradingView Adds Fundamental Data to Become One-stop Finance Site
Online Trading Social Hub Offers Live Charts & Vital Company Data to Help Users Become Better Investors
10 Apr, 2012, 09:00 ET
SILICON VALLEY, Calif., April 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Although the Internet revolutionized the way the financial world operates, in the last decade things have grown surprisingly stagnant. But now online finance hub TradingView aims to shake things up by adding fundamental company data to its arsenal of cutting edge live and interactive tools, making it the ultimate resource for anyone to become a better investor. The site already offers dynamic charts that have modernized the way investors perform and share technical analysis ideas, and now, by providing essential company information too, folks have no reason to visit an old school finance portal ever again.
TradingView is a place to get trading ideas, do research on free stock charts and forex charts, and get feedback from other investors. The main goal of the site is to let anyone become a better investor by learning from ideas given by others and practicing making predictions. Unique features like the ability to share live charts on forums and blogs make TradingView the site of choice for the latest generation of social media savvy investors.
"In the modern world of live content, the static charts and outdated interfaces provided by large financial portals are a thing of the past," said Stan Bokov, TradingView COO. "By adding this fundamental data feature to our site, we now provide a complete picture of any stock traded in the U.S., offering users a better alternative to those other financial portals. We give you everything you need, right at your fingertips, for free. "
TradingView shows investors all the information they need for any company, providing over 100 fields for every publicly traded U.S. stock that reveal essential company information, such as weekly highs and lows, earnings, market capitalization, outstanding shares and more. This data is provided by SEC-operated Edgar Online, one of the most respected sources of investment data.
The quality of TradingView's sophisticated charts is unsurpassed on the free web, enabling members to easily apply technical analysis, post trading ideas on interactive charts and share them with a single click on social media platforms and with the TradingView community. Shared content then stays interactive and charts update themselves to reflect latest price changes automatically.
Other users can then study these dynamic charts, comment, agree or disagree and follow the poster or other commentators. Any idea can be copied onto a separate chart with one click, for further analysis and study.
TradingView utilizes future-proof HTML5 to provide the same quality as clunky, expensive desktop software, but in a fast, convenient cloud-based tool that's easier to use and can be accessed from any browser, anywhere, for free.
"We're like YouTube for online charting and sharing," notes Bokov. "Not only do we empower anyone to easily analyze the markets, but you can instantly share your ideas with like-minded peers by publishing your chart on our site, posting it to platforms like Twitter or Facebook, and e-mailing or embedding the page link. We've built an environment that taps into a global pool of knowledge. Good ideas are pushed to the top, and as knowledge about the market grows, people become better investors."
For more information about TradingView, please visit www.tradingview.com.
TradingView is a social project created by MultiCharts - makers of an award-winning trading platform which has won prestigious industry awards including "Best Professional Trading Platform and "Best Software for US Intra-Day Traders".
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