September 27, 2022

Tradegate Exchange — new data on TradingView

We just can’t get enough of market data here at TradingView, and today we’re happy to announce yet another dataset addition to our platform. This time, it’s coming to you in a vast and varied package with a shining seal of quality saying “Made in Germany” please welcome Tradegate!

According to the World Meteorological Organization, the year of 2009 was one of the warmest in history, and it seems to have had a positive impact on the German market because that’s when the Tradegate Exchange was founded in Berlin. This stock exchange specializes in the execution of private investor orders, and judging by their transaction volume, private investors really appreciate it since the first trading day in January 2010, transaction volumes on this exchange have grown from €3.2 million to a whopping €62 million. Today, the exchange offers around 20,000 securities including equities, bonds and investment funds, available to trade from 8am to 10pm as a cherry on top, all this comes with complete order execution and no transaction fees.

TradingView users can now enjoy this impressive and abundant data flow we’ve added stocks and bonds data that you can watch and easily use on your charts. To access it, just open our symbol search and type in “TRADEGATE:” to the search bar — you’ll see the list of all available assets:

As usual, we remain true to our aspiration to provide the TradingView community with as much data as possible — we can’t wait for you to explore this addition, but make sure to stay tuned because as usual there’s more to come!

Team TradingView

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Launch Chart