Which Platform is More Affordable: Finviz or TradingView?

When it comes to stock analysis, both FInviz and TradingView are powerful platforms with a lot to offer. This review will help you make the best decision between the two by familiarizing you with their corresponding features and costs. FInviz offers more tracking than TradingView at both a free and comparable paid level. TradingView only starts to approach the amount provided by FInviz when it uses its most expensive plan.

Additionally, TradingView allows you to connect a brokerage account to trade directly from its charts, while FInviz does not support broker integrations. The TradingView stock analyzer has several more filter options than the Finviz analyzer, but the filters offered are quite basic. The paid version of Finviz Elite allows twice as many pre-set scans and the possibility of further customizing filters, exporting screen data and customizing the Finviz design. FInviz also has a fairly large indicator library, but the charts are much less interactive compared to those of TradingView.

If neither FInviz nor TradingView offer exactly what you need, it's worth taking a look at StockCharts. However, FInviz and TradingView have different strengths when it comes to finding trading opportunities. Many investors consider an online market information platform such as TradingView or Finviz to be an essential tool for trading.

Alonzo Mayne
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