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Computerized Investing > February 25, 2012


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by CI Staff

TradingView is an online technical analysis and charting website that allows users to learn and share trading ideas. The website also allows users to track their trading strategies using free real-time charts. The website opens in any major browser, including Internet Explorer, Safari, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, which makes it compatible with both PCs and Macs.

TradingView holds several advantages over typical technical analysis and charting websites. In essence, TradingView is a blend of a technical anlaysis website and a social network. The main advantage is that you can create and instantly share your charts with any other member. Users are allowed to comment and vote on charts and can even “follow” other users.

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