The team at Skilling are pleased to announce that they’ve partnered with TradingView.
Skilling claims it is “the first Scandinavian-founded broker to have integrated with TradingView’s leading charting and trading platform.” This strategic integration is “part of [their] mission to provide easy, all-in-one access to trading opportunities in the global financial markets so our clients can trade more responsibly, with consistency and with better market forecasts.”
As explained in a blog post, TradingView is a charting and trading platform, which has become an essential destination “for traders and investors around the world.” TradingView is the global social network “for traders and the global leader in charting and analysis tools.”
One of the largest social network for finance, TradingView is “the meeting, analysis and trading ground for 30+ million traders and investors worldwide.” TradingView provides what are today some of the best charting and analysis tools “designed to be intuitive and easy to use by both novice investors and advanced traders alike.”
The Skilling-TradingView partnership creates significant new benefits “for clients and users because it establishes seamless charting and trading together in one – combining the world’s best charts with the industry’s best conditions.”
Skilling appears “among supported brokers inside TradingView’s Trading Panel from where you can now trade directly with Skilling without ever leaving TradingView charts and enjoy the best of both platforms and the power of their fully combined features.”
With analysis capabilities and over a thousand trade ideas shared daily, users can now “spot and assess opportunities seamlessly, and trade them directly and in real time with Skilling without ever leaving the TradingView platform.”
As noted by its management, TradingView claims to be “the largest social network and charting platform for traders and investors – used by over 30 million users each month across 180 different countries.”
They’re reportedly “backed by top American venture capital firms, with team members in 40+ countries around the world – speaking 20+ languages – and they’re growing in a big way.”
Their open source charts and commercial libraries are “used by tens of thousands of financial sites across the planet, including whales like: CME, Refinitiv, Investopedia, Crunchbase, Binance, Bitcoin.com and many many others.” They’re also one of the biggest websites (#61 to be exact, according to Alexa Rankings).
Their mission is “to help millions of people succeed in life, whatever that means for them, by providing the highest quality trading and crypto information in the smartest way, so they can make the best-informed decisions possible.”