TradingView has welcomed Capital.com as its new broker, thus opening up trading with this company to its community.
Capital.com is authorized and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC). Those willing to trade with Capital.com via TradingView can get an account with Capital.com, sign in, and start trading indices, commodities, cryptocurrencies, shares and currency pairs directly via TradingView’s charts.
Traders can find the Capital.com icon in the TradingView trading panel.
Last week, TradingView announced it was opening up trading with Tiger Brokers to its community. This may be of interest for TradingView equities traders in Asia, who now have a local option to choose from.
Tiger Brokers has offices in the U.S., Singapore, New Zealand, and China and has more than 800 employees worldwide. They have licenses to operate in the U.S., Singapore, New Zealand, and Australia and are growing fast internationally. To start using TradingView with Tiger Brokers, traders have to find the Tiger Brokers icon in the TradingView platform’s trading panel, register a broker account, log in and start trading.