TradingView: Track All Markets for pc and mac

TradingView: Track All Markets for Pc

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A lot of people trade these days therefore, it's no surprise that there are platforms springing up everyday for the use of these traders and investors.

TradingView is a advanced charting financial platform for such users to connect, explore their ideas and push themselves to make even more profit consistently instead of just doing it alone.

This platform makes it possible for traders to connect with each other from other continents/countries and in turn, keep in touch through the use of a modern website.

For users who are just checking for basic price charts or even working on complex spread symbols, TradingView have the tools to help with that.

It is not farfetched that these users will definitely know the latest trends because of all the free connection they have with each other. TradingView makes that possible.

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A couple of things make TradingView an ideal platform for it's users and they include the following.

1. State-of-the-Art Charts: These are free on the TradingView platform and have accurate data. Whether it is Stock market charts, cryptocurrency charts, forex, futures and indices, theyre all on the TradingView platform, easy to access.

2. Stock Scanner

3. Back testing and Automated trading

4. Alerts for symbols, Indicators and Drawing tools.

5. Data playback and Paper trading.

6. Scripting Language for custom studies.

7. There's provision for private messaging.


One of the most inportant reasons to use TradingView is that you can draw freely on the platform. In order to explain something to another user or even draw for your own reference, you can easily take the pen in the platform to draw freely.

Also, you can decide to split your screen into many synced up charts. It's very possible also to sync up your drawings on all charts if that's what you want to do. TradingView has that option.

I've mentioned it earlier but I'd like to repeat that it makes connecting with other traders easy hence making accountability a thing. Yes. You can publish your ideas on their platform, thereby creating a tribe you can be accountable to.

No man is an Island and that applies here. You have the option to keep fellow users in the loop of what you're doing, giving them the opportunity to help you be consistent. Therefore, you can return the favor on the other hand.


  1. 1. Get charting information in real time.
  2. 2. You can publish your trading ideas and better your own experience
  3. Connect with other traders from beginners to professionals.
  4. Customized technical analysis available for users.


  1. Charts sometimes don't always sync up.
  2. You'll need to pay a subscription fee to enjoy some basic features of the platform.
  3. You'll need to have two platforms at all times as TradingView isn't originally a platform where you can place trades

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Or follow the guide below to use on PC:

Select Windows version:

  1. Windows 7-10
  2. Windows 11

Learn how to install and use the TradingView: Track All Markets app on your PC or Mac in 4 simple steps below:

  1. Download an Android emulator for PC and Mac:
    Get either Bluestacks or the Nox App >> . We recommend Bluestacks because you can easily find solutions online if you run into problems while using it. Download Bluestacks Pc or Mac software Here >> .

  2. Install the emulator on your PC or Mac:
    On your computer, goto the Downloads folder » click to install Bluestacks.exe or Nox.exe » Accept the License Agreements » Follow the on-screen prompts to complete installation.

  3. Using TradingView on PC [Windows 7/ 8/8.1/ 10/ 11]:
    • Open the Emulator app you installed » goto its search bar and search "TradingView"
    • The search will reveal the TradingView: Track All Markets app icon. Open, then click "Install".
    • Once TradingView is downloaded inside the emulator, locate/click the "All apps" icon to access a page containing all your installed applications including TradingView.
    • Now enjoy TradingView on PC.

  4. Using TradingView on Mac OS:
    Install TradingView: Track All Markets on your Mac using the same steps for Windows OS above.

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How to download and install TradingView on Windows 11

To use TradingView mobile app on Windows 11, install the Amazon Appstore. This enables you browse and install android apps from a curated catalog. Here's how:

  1. Check device compatibility
    • RAM: 8GB (minimum), 16GB (recommended)
    • Storage: SSD
    • Processor: Intel Core i3 8th Gen, AMD Ryzen 3000 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 8c (minimum)
    • Processor architecture: x64 or ARM64

  2. Check if there's a native TradingView Windows app ». If none, proceed to next step.

  3. Install the Amazon-Appstore ».
    • Click on "Get" to begin installation. It also automatically installs Windows Subsystem for Android.
    • After installation, Goto Windows Start Menu or Apps list » Open the Amazon Appstore » Login (with Amazon account)

  4. Install TradingView on Windows 11:
    • After login, search "TradingView" in search bar. On the results page, open and install TradingView: Track All Markets.
    • After installing, Goto Start menu » Recommended section » TradingView. OR Goto Start menu » "All apps".

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Top Pcmac Reviews

  • Nice and sleek app that can be improved even further

    By odvisual (Pcmac user)

    This charting app is fast and sleek, what truly is powerful that it mimics pretty much all chart functions of a main web application, including chart markup and annotations, zooming in and out with a pinch (an indispensable feature for any Mac/iPhone user) and multiple watch lists. There are some areas of improvement that can make it even more usable: 1) Reliable and fast sync between multiple instances: for example, if annotation is added in the mobile app, often it won’t show up in the web version (even with refresh) and vice versa. 2) Flipping through charts within the watch list: at the time of this review the app requires user to go back to the watchlist and select next ticker. In the web version navigation is much easier and more intuitive (with up/down arrows). 3) Among other minor improvements to consider: * Make iOS app more consistent with web version by adding features like Flagged watch list * Add support for multiple flags (by color) - use case is basically as a user you’d want to flag tickers based on some different criteria: bullish, bearish, etc.
  • Ok, but in the end not as good as using web browser

    By Savvv12123 (Pcmac user)

    I’ve been using trading view for a few years now and I was pretty excited to see an iPad app. Unfortunately there wasn’t enough thought put into the design of this to make it a replacement for the web browser version. 1. The list of instruments on a separate tab is so painful... you have to toggle back and forth and its really disruptive to your flow. Also no ability to sort your watchlist by name, %gain/loss, or anything else? That’s not good. 2. There is no total % gain/loss on the chart... it shows it at the top but its relative to the timeframe you have, which is crazy. Show me the % gain loss for the day like you do on the browser version... that’s a no brainer 3. No favorites on your drawing tools. That means I have to click three times to get a trend line... that’s again a terrible design choice 4. Timeframe selector across the top of the screen, making it as hard as possible to reach it with your fingers and again requiring multiple clicks to get what you want. Here’s how that should work. Near the bottom left of the screen I should be able to press and hold to show me all my timeframes, then slide and release to select the one I want. All in all, almost isn’t good enough here. this app needs to spend more time thinking about use cases and design ergonomics.
  • Great Start

    By Will Easton (Pcmac user)

    Love TV! Great iOS app, clean interface to put all the important tools right at your fingertips. Only major request to make this a “5 Star” app is adding the “Edit Gear” button next to the indicator title (by the “X” button to close the indicator, just like on the web app). Sometimes double-tapping an indicator doesn’t work properly, this would make things fool proof. Other wishlist items: photo button saves photo to album (instead of just copy link), alternatively gives the option to automatically open link in Safari to manually save the photo. Minimize the lower bar - tons of screen space wasted for 5 buttons (maybe just make those 5 buttons a drop down option like the tools/timeframe/etc). Add split-screen, maybe iPad-only? And finally, Pine editor please!!!
  • Start over with a new developer

    By tklake (Pcmac user)

    Do not add gimmicky holiday snow features to a professional trading app. It was a terrible idea. You might as well have put a fart button next to the watchlist that is how much of a step back this choice was. As others have said the snow doesn’t stay off and it was only interesting for a moment before searching how to disable it. Screen space is already limited on a phone anyway. Editing lock button needs to be hidden away in settings and stay on/off even after closing the app. Many times I have scrolled the chart only to have moved a drawing by accident. Most serious traders edit their charts on desktop and monitor trades on the phone while they are away. There’s less often a reason to draw on the phone app. In place of the lock button should be the hide/show drawings button. This single button to display a clean chart would be a huge benefit for this app and I’m surprised it isn’t already there. Keeps trying to change my charts from dark mode to light and I’ve never used light mode on any device ever. Time interval changing would be better as it was before without a pop up screen. People are not satisfied with this app and after a bad review is posted a vague 5 star rating pops up. A new developer with fresh ideas of how this app is supposed to look and work should be considered by this app.

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