TradingView

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Embrace the unparalleled trading experience with the help of supercharged charting tools from TradingView.
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FXOpen and TradingView: Why trade with us?

Make your money go further Make your money go further

Responsible investing starts now

Thanks to functional yet intuitive charts, you’ll finally be able to bring consistency to your trading and improve the quality of market forecasts.

Ultra-fast executionUltra-fast execution

All the analytics
in one place

You can find standard and custom indicators right next to screeners and live news feed — no need to switch platforms to trade effectively.

Make your money go further Make your money go further

Less stress, more gains with advanced tools

Timely alerts, instant order execution, and an adaptive interface allows you to focus entirely on making informed trading decisions.

We want you to be a successful trader We want you to be a successful trader

Regulated and authorised for your protection

Authorised and regulated for your protection: FXOpen is regulated by the FCA.

Peace of mind Peace of mind

Global markets
are just a click away

With FXOpen as your broker, you can use one trading platform to trade forex, stock, index and commodity CFDs.

200+ markets offered 200+ markets offered

No more dubious predictions

Dive into TradingView’s active community of traders and choose from thousands of ideas and scripts to help you make informed, unbiased decisions.

All Things Trading In TradingView

The World’s Leading Сharts

Plan your trades with state-of-the-art drawing tools and a variety of indicators.

Stock Screener

Comprehensive technical and financial analysis is just one click away.

Responsive Order Dialog

Analyse the best entry and exit points to manage your risks.

TradingView Community

Research thousands of up-to-date ideas and scripts and never trade alone again.

Strategy Tester

Simulate trading on your chart and use historical data to test various strategies.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Where can I get more information on TradingView?

Find more info on the TradingView website. You can also get in touch with a member of our CustomerSupport team by phone and email, or via our live chat service.

Is it safe to trade using TradingView?

As a trading platform, TradingView is designed to meet the highest security standards. So, you can rest assured that it's safe to use when trading with FXOpen.

Is TradingView customisable?

Yes, it is possible to customise TradingView’s chart area. Access your chart settings by right clicking in the chart area and clicking "Settings". This gives you options related to chart symbols, status lines, scales, appearance, the trading interface and events. To quickly access certain options, click the Gear Wheel at the bottom right corner of your chart’s X axis.

Is TradingView technical analysis accurate?

The analyses on TradingView are created by the community members, which means that the accuracy depends on the author, their experience and the indicators they used.

Is TradingView free to use?

Integration is completely free ‌for FXOpen clients, you'll just pay your normal trading costs, like commission when trading. You can also purchase one of TradingView’s Premium plans for advanced traders.

What is the difference between a net and gross account?

Both Net and Gross accounts are available on the TradingView platform.

Gross and Net accounts are Margin accounts, which means that trading is performed using leverage. Leverage allows you to trade a larger amount of funds than is available on the account.

The key difference between Gross and Net accounts is that on Gross accounts, all positions opened on a financial instrument are separate operations. Each position is a separate record. You can open multiple positions, including opposite ones, on one financial instrument.

On Gross Account:

  • Stop Loss/Take Profit orders and Trailing Stop are available.
  • P/L is calculated separately for each position.
  • You can close positions using the Close position command.
  • When you reverse a position, the current position is closed and the opposite position of the same volume is opened.

Gross account Net account
Number of positions on the same financial instrument Many One
Opposite positions (Buy and Sell) on the same financial instrument
Increasing position volume
Decreasing position volume
Partial closing of a position decreases its volume. In the Order Modification window, specify a smaller volume and click  Close by Market. The specified Trade Volume  is closed, and the position remains open with the Remaining Volume.
To decrease the Net position volume, open an opposite position of a smaller volume.
Position reversal To reverse a position, use the  Reverse Trade Position command. The current position is closed and the opposite position of the same volume is opened. To reverse a Net position, open an opposite position of a larger volume.
Closing position Position is closed using the Close position command. Net position is closed by opening an opposite position of the same volume.
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*Cryptocurrency CFDs are only available for trading by those clients categorised as Professional clients under FCA Rules. They are not available for trading by Retail clients.

CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. CFDs are complex instruments and come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 60% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work, and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.