TradingView is a great software for you to see realtime movement of the market. It has a lot of tools to help you analyze the market using the drawing tool, computing tools, volume and indicators.
1. Symbol Search To Find Each Pair
Lets you see the different currency pairs such as EURUSD, USDCAD, EURJPY, EURCHF,USDCHF, and etc.
Timeframes are very important too especially when you consider yourself a currency trader. You can switch in different timeframes such as 1 minute, 5 minutes, 1 hour, 4 hour, or 1 day.
3. Bar Style
The default bar style used is the Japanese Candlesticks but there are also other choices such as line chart, Heiken-Ashi, and etc.
4. Compare symbols
This is just simply lets you compare different pairs in 1 page.
This is where you can open the indicators that you prefer such as Moving Average, EMA, Volume, RSI, DMI, Stochastic, or MACD.
6. Indicator templates
This is another way to save your own set of indicators so you can re-use them in different pairs.
Gives you an alert on the action that is happening on a pair. For example, you want TradingView to give you an alert when the price goes down near your stop loss then this can help you prepare for the action.
8. Replay Function
This tool is only available for TradingView subscribers. This can be useful when backtesting to replay a certain pair in a different time and date.
9. Layout Selection
This is also only available for TradingView subscribers. With this tool, you can layout your charts in different views such as 2, 3, or 4 views in one page.
11. Fullscreen Mode
13. Publish ideas to the Trade Community
This is a way to share your forecasts and let the Trade Community see and judge it.
15. Drawing Panel
16. Status Line
18. Price Scale
19. Time Scale
20. Events on Chart