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TradingView what is it
TradingView, in simple words, is an online platform for technical analysis.

The main product of TradingView is interactive price charts of various assets and tools for convenient technical analysis.

A secondary product, various statistical information and the ability of traders to communicate with each other by publishing their own trading ideas.
Is it possible for a modern trader to do without TradingView
My opinion is unequivocal, no. There is simply no better product for charting and technical analysis.

Having started using TradingView, you move to a new level of technical analytics and understanding of the market situation.
Creating a TradingView account
How do I create an account on the TradingView platform? It's very simple, click on the link, and we see a window.

Click on the cross, in the upper right corner we find the login button, click on it and click the TradingView registration button from below, register in a convenient way for you.

To begin with, a simple free account is suitable, it is already quite enough to start getting acquainted with TradingView, and increase the level of your skill and quality of working with charts.

I think that you need to return to the types of TradingView subscriptions later in order to fully understand whether this or that subscription is needed. And now I propose to go to the interface.
Overview of the TradingView interface
The TradingView interface is not as complicated as it seems at first glance.

After registering, the first thing you will see is the main page of the TradingView website. You can see the analysis of the market situation of other traders, market overview charts and other tabs. The main tool will be the widget on the right side of the screen, which is marked with a red frame.

Click on the first button with the name "List of quotes and information", a new tab will open, to add the desired tool, click on the plus sign, and add it to the list, for example, a pair on Binance.

Adding a tool to the list of TradingView quotes
Adding a tool to the list of TradingView quotes
After the tool is added, right-click on the tool to create a new chart.

After that, the working panel of the TradingView platform will open. All analytics tools are located here, and most of the time is spent on the site.

The main area of the TradingView platform is divided into seven groups. Each has its own function and we will work with everyone.
For convenience, I have identified these groups by color, let's list them:

The first and largest area, in red, is the area of the interactive chart, it displays the asset price chart, technical analysis and all calculations are performed.
The second area, purple in color, is the technical analyst panel, here are all the standard technical analysis tools, trend lines, Fibonacci grids and others, we will analyze in more detail below.
The third area, green, is the chart settings panel located in the first area.
The fourth area, yellow, is the data area of the blue panel, more specifically the "List of quotes and information" button.
The fifth area, orange, is the tool data window.
The sixth area is blue, the navigation panel for the sections of the TradingView website.
The seventh area, the TradingView user interface area.
TradingView Interactive Chart Area
In principle, the main area of the graph is intuitive, but let's analyze it in detail.

The number one marks the area of the TradingView chart, the chart is automatically drawn on it, according to the specified parameters.
The number two marks the area of the price scale, if you click on it with the left mouse button and hold, moving the mouse you can expand and narrow the chart. Right-clicking on the timeline brings up the timeline settings menu.
Number three, date scale, click on the scale and hold the left mouse button, moving the mouse you can expand and narrow the graph.
The number four marks the area of quick change of the graph display mode, you can select the graph display mode: 1d, 5d, 1 month, 3 months, 6 months, year, 5 years.
The number five marks the area of statistical information on the instrument. The name of the instrument, on which exchange it is traded, price statistics: opening, closing, maximum and minimum, percentage change per day.
If you right-click on the area under the number one, you can open the area settings menu. The settings menu is marked with the number six.
In the lower right corner, the number seven, the selection area for displaying the price scale and setting the time zone of the time on the chart.
In general, the interface of the interactive TradingView chart is very informative and understandable, you can customize each parameter for yourself.
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