Webull and TradingView Collaborate for Streamlined Trading

Less than a month after adopting TradingView’s analytical capabilities, US-based commission-free broker Webull has now extended its integration with the favored charting service. 

TradingView account holders can now place orders directly while logged into their Webull accounts, initially for US exchange-listed stocks, deposit receipts, and ETFs, with over 10,000 instruments traded at zero commission. New York-based Webull, launched in 2017, provides commission-free trading via its application, with additional offerings such as round-the-clock customer service and live market feeds, serving over 40 million clients across the globe. Webull’s commitment to democratizing investing via educational resources and advanced analytics tools is evident.

Last month, Webull included TradingView’s chart and analytic technology for its customer base. Shortly after that, Webull confirmed the deepening of this partnership through complete integration with TradingView. “Webull consistently focuses on enhancements that elevate the retail trading landscape,” remarked Anthony Denier, now the President of Webull Group, in a previous statement. “Our collaboration with TradingView converges the entire investment process into a singular location, rendering obsolete the slow and outdated charting alternatives.”

Webull isn’t showing signs of slowing down, with its expansion pursuit into Canada asserting its intention to broaden its influence in the Americas. Further innovating in Australia, Webull’s newly launched Moneybull feature provides interest on non-invested cash, delivering additional value for customers in that region. 

TradingView Expands Broker Integrations in 2024

Since adding direct chart trading capacity years earlier, TradingView has incorporated its tools with well-known brokerages. The year 2024 has seen the platform complete four major brokerage integrations. Starting the year, OANDA established itself as Poland’s inaugural retail forex broker to offer TradingView chart trading directly.

Following close behind, Afterprime connected its platform with TradingView, giving users sophisticated charting capabilities directly from their brokerage accounts. In the institutional sphere, DXtrade shared news of their collaboration with TradingView early in 2024 for improved brokerage services by merging DXtrade infrastructure with TradingView’s analytical prowess. 

Moreover, the brokerage technology firm Match-Trader communicated their partnership, allowing its network of brokers to provide TradingView’s community-driven features to its client base.

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