Does TradingView Offer a Desktop App Like Finviz Does?

TradingView is a powerful stock, currency and cryptocurrency trading platform that offers exceptional backtesting for systems and strategies with infinite flexibility. It supports 27 different high-quality brokers, which means tight integration so you can trade directly from charts and see your profits and losses directly on TradingView. The user experience of TradingView is completely smooth and it was built with social media as a priority, making it the best thing for sharing and learning on social networks. On the other hand, Finviz is extremely fast and easy to use, but its backtesting is not intuitive, restrictive and lacks usable reports.

When it comes to financial news sources, both Finviz and TradingView offer robust implementations of pattern recognition; the kings of automated pattern recognition by AI are Trade Ideas, TrendSpider and Tickeron, which lead the industry. Finviz makes it easy to view large amounts of general financial data and the analyzer is easy to use, but the core components of Finviz don't work together. When choosing between TradingView and FInviz, TradingView might be the best choice for most traders. Unless you trade something very specific, such as FOREX, or have any special needs that TradingView doesn't support, I recommend that you choose TradingView.

It surpasses Finviz in social operations and in the community's ideas, indicators and scripts in terms of backtesting.

Alonzo Mayne
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