TradingView today announces that it has added yet another feature – customizable indicator visibility. Traders can select a specific interval on which the indicator added to the chart will be displayed, or indicate a range (for example, show the instrument only on hourly timeframes).
The visibility of indicators is configured in line with drawing tools — open the settings menu, go to the “Visibility” tab and select the timeframe or interval at which you want to display the indicator. At other intervals, the tool will be hidden:
TradingView has recently added a currency conversion feature: a new setting that enhances the analysis of the price chart for various assets. Now, traders can quickly assess the exchange rate difference of the currencies of interest or see the share price in a more familiar currency.
To change the currency on the chart, you just need to click on the button displaying the scale currency and then select the currency you are interested in from the drop-down list.
The chart will be recalculated, taking into account the selected currency. OHLC values will be displayed, and the last price value will be indicated in the header of the browser tab. The indicators will also take into account that the currency has been converted.
In May, TradingView introduced Pine Tables – a new functionality that enables traders to present data in a way that has never been possible before.