1. How do I create a TradingView account?

Go to tradingview.com and click the member icon in the top right-hand corner. Then hit the “Sign In” button, choosing your preferred method of verification. You can get acquainted with the TradingView Community, Snaps and Stock Screenerand don't forget that FXOpen as well has Market Pulse and Market News.

2. How do I start trading with TradingView?

You can find more information about opening a TradingView account here.

3. Which browsers does TradingView support?

TradingView is compatible with all modern browsers, and also has both a desktop and mobile app that you can download from here.

4. How do I make deposits and withdrawals?

After connecting to TradingView, all your account transactions – including deposits and withdrawals – will still be operated by your FXOpen, so simply navigate to the FXOpen Client Portal as normal to fund and withdraw.

5. How secure are TradingView and FXOpen?

The TradingView team works to ensure secure transmission of data across all their platforms. You can follow the status of the platform in real-time on a special page.

Please note that regulation varies by jurisdiction.

6. Which exchanges and securities can I trade via TradingView?

Via TradingView you can trade over 600 markets including 50+ FX pairs, indices, commodities, and shares CFDs.

7. Is the data on the TradingView chart displayed in real time?

Yes, the data is displayed in real time.

8. I want to practice trading without risking real money. How can I do this?

You can use the Paper Trading feature which was specifically designed to execute simulated trades without having to risk real money. To practice trading using Paper Trading, first open a chart, and then open the Trading Panel and select Paper Trading. Please note that this type of trading does not reflect the nature of speed and order execution on an integrated account. 

9. Where can I find tutorials and guides for TradingView?

You can always check TradingView's Help Center for useful information, ask directly for feedback through Support tickets, or make an inquiry with FXOpen for assistance. TradingView also has a wide array of content on their YouTube channel to help you out.

10. How much does TradingView cost?

Integration is completely free ‌for FXOpen clients, you'll just pay your normal trading costs, like commission when trading. You can also purchase one of TradingView’s Premium plans for advanced traders.

11. What is the difference between Net and Gross account?

Both Net and Gross accounts are available on the TradingView platform.

Gross and Net accounts are Margin accounts, which means that trading is performed using leverage. Leverage allows you to trade a larger amount of funds than is available on the account.

The key difference between Gross and Net accounts is that on Gross accounts, all positions opened on a financial instrument are separate operations. Each position is a separate record. You can open multiple positions, including opposite ones, on one financial instrument.

On Gross Account:

  • Stop Loss/Take Profit orders and Trailing Stop are available.
  • P/L is calculated separately for each position.
  • You can close positions using the Close position command.
  • When you reverse a position, the current position is closed and the opposite position of the same volume is opened.
 Gross accountNet account
Number of positions on the same financial instrumentManyOne
Opposite positions (Buy and Sell) on the same financial instrument
Increasing position volume
Decreasing position volume
Partial closing of a position decreases its volume. In the Order Modification window, specify a smaller volume and click Close by Market. The specified Trade Volume is closed, and the position remains open with the Remaining Volume.
To decrease the Net position volume, open an opposite position of a smaller volume.
Position reversalTo reverse a position, use the Reverse Trade Position command. The current position is closed and the opposite position of the same volume is opened.To reverse a Net position, open an opposite position of a larger volume.
Closing positionPosition is closed using the Close position command.Net position is closed by opening an opposite position of the same volume.

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