Once the user is familiar with the interface, if necessary, determine the tools for personal trading needs. One of the advantages of this platform is the many different charting tools available. You will find both Fibonacci lines and numbers as well as more sophisticated tools such as volume area profiles or implied volatility.
Once a chart is created, it can be published for other community members to give their personal opinion on the idea presented. This will be of particular interest to those who need help or interaction with like-minded people.
In addition to technical analysis, the service allows the use of fundamental indicators like P/E, Cash Flow, etc. Other ways to use TradingView include chart setup: price levels or triggers of technical indicators.
Much of the above is available in the free version, but for more advanced traders, it is more likely to be appropriate to purchase advanced functionality. Thus, the TradingView platform offers four levels: free, Pro, Pro+ and premium. When choosing an account, users rely primarily on their personal needs.
In the free version, the user gets access to one chart and three indicators, but this is the end of charting possibilities. Paid versions are used to build more advanced charts. They are usually needed by professional traders.