How do I integrate my account with TradingView?

Have more questions? Submit a request can be directly integrated with TradingView charts to allow you to take advantage of the technical features available on TradingView.

Please follow these simple steps to start:

1. Log in to your TradingView account. Go to 'Charts' and select the 'Trading panel' section.
2. Select and click 'Continue'.
3. Sign up for a account and log in to enable TradingView. If you're already signed up and logged in to, you'll see a pop-up authorisation screen. Allow the authorisation to complete the connection. If you don't enter your credentials within two minutes, the login page to will be closed by the timeout function.
5. After you log in with your trading account, you'll see five tabs at the bottom of the page: 'Positions', 'Orders', 'History', 'Account summary' and 'Notifications log'.
6. In the top left of the trading panel you can easily switch between your accounts in different currencies (USD, EUR, GBP) and choose the one you’d like to use for a particular trade. There you'll also find a dropdown menu where you can disconnect trading and log out or choose another broker.
7. If you're looking for a particular market and want to trade it on your CFD account with, you should add the market’s symbol with the prefix CAPITALCOM: Please note, if using a spread betting account, the prefix would need to be CAPITALCOMSB:
8. When you find the market you want to trade, you can place an order and specify all the details. You can set the amount and place a stop-loss or a take-profit order.
9. After your order is executed, you'll receive a notification.
10. You can also add a price alert for your trade to help you react quickly to any market movements.

The 'Orders' tab will show you all the orders you’ve made, including the 'Bracket orders', showing any stop-loss and take-profit orders you have set up.
The 'Notifications log' tab will track and show all your activity, in case you decide to check the steps you've made.

That’s it. Enjoy the combination of our intuitive trading platform together with TradingView's huge trading community.

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