TradingView enhances stock and crypto heatmaps
TradingView keeps improving its products by adding new features and settings, and today, it is introducing the latest changes in its heatmaps: Stock Heatmap and Crypto Coins Heatmap.
- More data in the Stock Heatmap
To help traders see the full picture of global stocks markets, TradingView has added more than 30 datasets with new markets and indices to the Stock Heatmap. You can now track all Dow Jones stocks, for example, or go global and display all European Union companies on the map. Just open the Select source menu and see for yourself:
And so that you don’t get lost in this data, TradingView has made source search easier: you can now use not only the index or data source name in the search, but also the country.
- Upgraded Crypto Coins Heatmap
The data in the Crypto Coins Heatmap is getting more precise, it now has four data sources to fit any strategy: Crypto coins, Crypto coins excluding Bitcoin, Crypto coins excluding Stablecoins, and DeFi coins. All to help you get an accurate picture of the crypto markets.
TradingView have also added new options for trends tracking:
- Some basic indicators have been added to size parameters. You can now see which coin has the highest Total Value Locked or Volume 24h / Market cap value.
- Color parameters now have new indicators too: Volume Change 24h, % and Volume in USD 24h. Keep track of what tokens are more popular than others.
- Special color schemes
TradingView has added two new color schemes for people with color vision impairments: Color blind and Monochrome. You can find them in the Settings menu.