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Privately held company
HeadquartersNew York, NY
Number of employees
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TradingView is a social media network[1], analysis platform[2][3] and mobile app[4] for traders and investors[5]. The company was founded in 2011[6] and today has offices in New York, London[7] and Russia. In 2018, TradingView completed a $37 million Series B[8] round led by Insight Partners, and in 2019 they acquired TradeIT[9]. To date, the company ranks in the top 130 websites globally according to Alexa[10], and has over 10 million active monthly users[11].

Company History

In 2013, TradingView competed in the TechStars accelerator program in Chicago[12], where the company raised seed financing[13]. The founders previously created MultiCharts[14]. The rise in popularity of cryptocurrency in 2017 significantly increased the platform's popularity[15].

In 2018, the company agreed to Series B financing with Insight Partners, Jump Trading and DRW — US fintech investors. In 2019, the company acquired TradeIT Inc[8]. In early 2020, the company began building out its marketing team from a new London office[7]. TradingView also launched Streams[16], a product focusing on allowing users to watch market analysis, ideas, and charts in real-time along with others.

In December 2020, the company launched Timelines[17][18], which maps the history of public companies to their share price.

Key Features

  • Stock, Futures and Foreign exchange forex charting and trading[19]
  • Stock, forex and cryptocurrency screeners
  • Technical analysis platform
  • Social network for traders


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  8. 8.0 8.1 "Crunchbase".{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  9. "TradingView acquires TradeIt to add instant trading APIs to its investor toolkit". TechCrunch.
  10. " Competitive Analysis, Marketing Mix and Traffic - Alexa". Retrieved 2020-06-08.
  11. Faridi, Omar (2020-03-11). "Leading Financial Trading Technology Firm TradingView Moves Head Offices from New York to London". Crowdfund Insider. Retrieved 2020-06-08.
  12. Yeung, Ken (2013-04-25). "TechStars Chicago Reveals The 10 Startups In Its Summer 2013 Class". The Next Web. Retrieved 2020-06-08.
  13. "TradingView, the Leading Social Network and Advanced Charting Software Provider for Traders, Raises $37M in Series B led by Insight Venture Partners".
  14. "For Investors, TradingView is as Addictive as Facebook". Built In Chicago. Retrieved 2020-06-09.
  15. "Cryptocurrency and a stock market boom pushes TradingView to $37 million in new funding". TechCrunch.
  16. Capelj, Renato (2020-02-27). "'Twitch For Traders:' TradingView Launches Real-Time Streaming Platform For Investors". Benzinga. Retrieved 2020-06-08.
  17. Frost, Decrypt / Liam (2020-12-03). "TradingView Reveals 'Timelines' Feature". Decrypt. Retrieved 2020-12-03.
  18. Capelj, Renato (2020-12-02). "TradingView 'Timelines' Feature Lets You Understand A Stock's History, Visually". Benzinga. Retrieved 2020-12-03.
  19. "Stock Chart Site TradingView Adds European Stocks and a Watch List". TechCrunch. Retrieved 2020-06-08.

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