Which Platform Has More Technical Indicators: FInviz or TradingView?

When it comes to charts, FInviz and TradingView are two of the most popular platforms. FInviz has a decent collection of indicators, but its charts are less interactive compared to TradingView, and it has only received minor updates since its launch. Both platforms offer graphics, pattern recognition, scanning and heat maps. TradingView has a global community and data, while Finviz is only for the US.

UU. TradingView is a powerful stock, currency and cryptocurrency trading platform, and Finviz is extremely fast and easy to use. However, FInviz has a larger stock database with more than 7,000 shares compared to more than 5000 on TradingView. When it comes to charting tools, TradingView has the edge over FInviz.

When it comes to finding trading opportunities, both FInviz and TradingView offer a similar service when it comes to financial news sources, since they both collect news from the major media. 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. That said, FInviz offers more tracking than TradingView at both a free and comparable paid level. If neither FInviz nor TradingView offer exactly what you need, it's worth taking a look at StockCharts. When it comes to social operations and community ideas, indicators and scripts for backtesting, TradingView surpasses FInviz.

Finviz offers nothing in this area. The Finviz interface is old-fashioned while the TradingView user experience is completely smooth and it's a dream to use. TradingView only starts to approach the amount provided by FInviz when it uses its most expensive plan. If you're looking for a comprehensive platform that can manage charting, evaluation and generating business ideas, you've probably found FInviz and TradingView. FInviz and TradingView are broadly comparable in terms of price, although TradingView offers several subscription levels. In conclusion, both FInviz and TradingView have their own strengths when it comes to technical indicators. While FInviz offers more stocks in its database and more tracking options at both free and paid levels, TradingView has better charting tools and social operations capabilities.

Ultimately, the choice between these two platforms depends on your individual needs.

Alonzo Mayne
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