TradingView announces that, from now on, market data from the London Stock Exchange (UK and international companies) and Borsa Italiana (stocks and certificates) are in real-time and free of charge for every registered user.
Previously, these feeds required purchasing an additional subscription package. Now TradingView users will just need to log in with their TradingView credentials.
The full list of assets available can be seen by using the drop-down menu “All Sources” from the search box and selecting LSE, LSIN and MIL in the Europe region.
Note, these are Last Trade feeds, meaning they are not showing Bid / Ask prices but only the last traded price for that instrument. Those who have already subscribed to the feed will instead retain access to the Level 1 data.
The TradingView team has found ways to add hundreds of years of data. For example, traders can now chart the price of Gold going back 187 years. They can also chart companies like Coca-Cola and IBM going back more than 50 years. Here are some more examples that are now available via TradingView:
- Dow Jones Industrial Average (Ticker: DJI) now has price history going back to 1896
- S&P 500 (Ticker: SPX) now has price history going back to 1871
- Bitcoin Index (Ticker: INDEX:BTCUSD) now has price history going back to 2010
- Gold (Ticker: GOLD) now has price history going back to 1833
- Coca-Cola (Ticker: KO) has price history that dates back to 1968
- Exxon (Ticker: XOM) has price history that dates back to 1968
- IBM (Ticker: IBM) has prices that dates back to 1968
- Oil (Ticker: USOIL) now has price history going back to 1861
- Silver (Ticker: SILVER) now has price history going back to 1802
- JP Morgan (Ticker: JPM) has price history that goes back to 1969.