Abstract：Eightcap, an Australian company that offers FX and CFD trading, has announced a relationship with TradingView. Through this partnership, Eightcap's customers will be able to trade directly from TradingView's charts into their Eightcap trading accounts.
More than 30 million people around the world access the charting platform TradingView on a monthly basis. Through the use of its customizable charts, it gives users the ability to recognize and analyze trade patterns. Through TradingView's network of traders from all around the world, users have the opportunity to have access to hundreds of new trading ideas each and every day.
Eightcap's connection also ensures that customers never miss a price level by providing them with trade alerts that are simple to set up. Through the use of the Pine Script programming language, the platform gives users the ability to simulate and automate their trading approach.
Eightcap's customers now have access to a wider variety of trading tools, which enables them to make more educated trading decisions and gives them the ability to trade straight through the TradingView charts as a result of Eightcap's connection with TradingView. Clients will be able to rewind the markets and watch the price action evolve as well as create bespoke formulas and periods. They will also have access to 12 other types of charts, such as Renko and Point and Figure. In addition, the TradingView platform includes over one hundred pre-built indicators, over one hundred thousand community-built indicators, and fifty drawing tools.
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