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Tickmill enters into cooperation with TradingView

Tickmill, a global Forex and CFD broker, announced that it has partnered with TradingView, which will give its clients direct access to five regulated derivatives exchanges. The exchanges that traders will use are CME, NYMEX, COMEX, CBOT, and EUREX.

This integration will allow Tickmill clients to trade directly from TradingView’s charts. Additionally, the broker will offer TradingView Pro access to new clients for a limited time at no additional cost.

TradingView is one of the most popular charting platforms for traders. A data-driven investor community ranked in the top 70 websites in the world, powering over 40,000 other sites. Many other brokers have also integrated their services with TradingView.

Tickmill is optimistic about the integration and believes that it will accelerate the company’s development. The trading activity of the broker has grown rapidly in recent years. The platform saw a huge jump in activity in 2020 due to the positive impact of the pandemic on the investment industry. In March, the company’s total turnover was $ 195.6 billion.

Author: Izabela Kamionka

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