TradingView guide for UK users

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TradingView is one of the best web-based trading platforms on the market today. The platform is easily accessible for UK traders via most web browsers or the Tradingview app available for desktop, phone, tablet and smart watch. There’s also an excellent selection of brokerage options for UK Tradingview users.

In this post, I will provide a Tradingview UK guide explaining how TradingView UK users can signup for a account, how much does Tradingview cost for UK users. I’ve also put together a rdetailed list of the available brokers, markets and exchanges for Tradingview UK users.

If you signup for an annual Pro, Pro+ or Premium TradingView membership using the link. NEW users are eligible to get up to $30 towards your new yearly plan. Monthly plans are eligible for $10 towards the new plan.

Can I use TradingView in the UK?

Yes, TradingView is a web-based platform that is accessible anywhere. It is also available via the Tradingview App for desktop, tablet, smart phone and smart watch.

Traders all around the globe keep TradingView as an essential part of their trading tool kit – using the platform to analyze charts, communicate in forums, as well as place trades directly from the platform. 

Trading directly from the TradingView charts is a brilliant feature that helps avoid the inconvenience of using separate charting and trading platforms (e.g., brokerage account).

However, this feature can only be accessed if the brokerage is accredited and integrated to the TradingView platform. To check if your brokerage is included in the list of Tradingview accredited brokers, click the link. 

Tradingview UK users have a handful brokerage options. Traders with accounts in the following brokerages can effectively manage their futures, stock, and forex portfolio right from the TradingView charts: 

  • AMP Global (Europe)
  • Global Prime 
  • Ironbeam
  • Tradovate 
  • Tickmill
  • TradeStation 
  • FXCM
  • Forex.com
  • Oanda
  • Saxo Capital Markets
  • Tiger Brokers
  • Capital.com
  • WH Selfinvest 

How much does TradingView cost UK?

TradingView subscription costs are universal regardless of where you’re located. 

UK users are offered the same prices as traders from the US, Australia, etc.  By default, the website may display the subscription prices in USD. 

There are 4 subscriptions universally available worldwide. Each subscription offers specific features and are priced accordingly. See them below: 

Basic

FREE

Pro

$14.95/Month or $155/year

Pro+

$29.95/Month or $299/year

Premium

$59.95/Month or $599/year

If you signup for an annual Pro, Pro+ or Premium TradingView membership using the link. NEW users are eligible to get up to $30 towards your new yearly plan. Monthly plans are eligible for $10 towards the new plan.

Which UK brokers work with TradingView?

There are a handful of UK regulated brokers that are accredited in TradingView. 

To name a few, here’s a short list: 

  • FXCM
  • Saxo Capital Markets UK Ltd
  • Tickmill 
  • Capital.com 

What Brokers can I use with TradingView living in UK?

If your broker is not included in the list, or you want more brokerage options for a new account. It’s still possible to have an integrated TradingView account. This can be done through non-UK based and regulated brokers who accept UK clients. 

I’ve created a summary table of most of the brokerage options availble for integration with Tradingview (This table includes those listed above). This table gives an overview of the type of instruments offered, pricing/fees, and brief summary of who the broker is. See the brokers below:

*Note this list is updated at the time of writing. Details may have changed. For the most up date information please confirm with individual brokerage website.

Forex Brokers

Tradingview Oanda Table
Tradingview FXCM Table
Tradingview Forex.com Table
Tradingview Tickmill Table
Tradingview Global Prime Table
Tradingview Alor Table

Stock Brokers

Tradingview Saxo Capital Markets Table
Tradingview Tiger Table

Futures Brokers

Tradingview Tradestation Table
Tradingview AMP Global Table
Tradingview Tradovate Table
Tradingview Ironbeam Table
Tradingview WH Selfinvest Table

Other Brokers

Tradingview Capital.com Table

How do I show London session on TradingView?

TradingView offers an excellent way to show the opening, duration and close of different geographic sessions (US, Asia, UK, etc).

You can easily show the London session on any TradingView chart regardless of account level. See the steps below: 

Step 1: Open TradingView chart 

Step 2: Click Indicators & Strategies on the main tool bar. See arrow below.

Step 3: Type “Forex Session” on the search bar. The results will populate. 

Step 4: Select the indicator by ‘ChrisMoody’ entitled ‘Code for All 4 Forex Sessions w/Background Highlight’. This might require you to scroll down to locate the indicator.

By default, gray, orange and blue highlights will appear on the chart. Each color represents a particular session (US/Europe/Australia/Asia) tp.

Step 5:  Click the gear icon beside the CM forex session highlight indicator on the top left of the chart.

       Shows all sessions

Notice that there are 3 parts per session and geography: 

  • Session duration 
  • Opening of session 
  • Closing of session

Each have their own tick box, and by default, all are ticked. 

To only show the London session, tick all or one of the boxes beside Europe. 

To interpret – the blue solid line marks the beginning of the European session. The highlighted blue area to the right of the solid line represents the entire European session duration – where it ends marks the end of the same session. 

How do I change TradingView to GBP?

By default, the TradingView price chart will be in the home currency of that instrument. You can change this currency to display GBP. 

Follow the steps below: 

Step 1: Make sure currency is enabled in settings

   Step 1.2: To check, right click on any area of the chart > Click Settings from the drop down 

    Step 1.3: Click Scales > Currency must be ticked

    Step 1.4: Click OK

Step 2: Locate the currency on the top right of the chart, below the light bulb and camera icon > Click the currency.

Step 3: Search for GBP or scroll down to find it manually 

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