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Build a Portfolio of Traders in TradingView


Tradingview is not only a great web based charting platform, but the social and member-oriented aspect of it allows you to connect with other traders and learn from more experienced traders as well.

We will now show you how to leverage Tradingview’s social functions to build a portfolio of traders that you can learn from and improve your own trading potentially.


Step 1: Finding the traders with a positive expectancy 

First, you need to make sure that you follow the right people. For that, it’s usually good to go through the top authors and look for the traders with the largest following and also the most reputation points (green number at the right).

In Tradingview you can go through the top authors by week, month and of all time. Here you only need to pre-select some potential candidates and we will show you afterwards how to make sure you follow the right traders.

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Two Volatility Indicators That You Need to Add to Your Charts


When analyzing charts, most traders tend to focus on price action and then apply standard principles of technical analysis to come up with trade ideas and find potential entries. These traders often miss important information because price does not always tell the whole story. By looking at volatility and volume-based indicators, traders can often find out more about the driving force behind such price movements.

In what follows we take a look at two volatility and volume based trading indicators and explore how to use them to analyze price in a potentially more efficient way.


Market Facilitation Index (MFI)

The market facilitation index (MFI) is an indicator that analyzes and visualizes momentum and price strength. The MFI is a confirmation indicator that analyzes buying and selling pressure by looking at price movements and whether volume is falling or rising.

Therefore, the MFI is used by trend-following traders who want to know if a trend

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How to Display Volume Profile on TradingView


This video shows you how to display a volume profile directly on your chart as well as customizing it for a specific time range. We show how you can get rid of unwanted charting lines and how to fully remove this indicator should you no longer want it displayed.

Volume Profile on TradingView

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TradingView Simulated Real Time Trading Demo


Please watch this instructional video of TradingView with real time quotes and charts for futures trading.

If you are looking for a full guide with all the features and capabilities of TradingView Please Click Here: TradingView How To Guide This will give you access to all the videos guides as well as the actual manual.

The TradingView simulated trading will allow you:

  1. Place real time simulated orders
  2. Draw on the trading charts of TradingView
  3. Apply Technical Analysis

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How to Trade the Major News Releases Professionally


Trading news, economic reports and other releases are important influencing factors in the financial markets and, thus, also impact your trading. There isn’t a day without a report coming out and/or someone with an important announcement that can potentially affect the markets. These events can often cause volatility and abrupt changes in momentum and trend direction. In this article, we show you how news impact the financial markets, what this means for your own trading and provide you with some trading tips around such events.


Before the news – market reactions and trading tips

Price behavior before an important news event usually follows very similar patterns. First, volatility and momentum are often flat and price enters a sideways range. This happens when traders and investors are unsure about the numbers behind upcoming report. Thus, no new positions are taken and price just moves sideways.

Sometimes, you can see sudden volatility spikes – when

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