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How To Follow Earnings and News From Your Chart

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NASDAQ:AAPL   Apple Inc
In this video we show you the basics of following earnings and news from your chart. This is especially helpful for equity investors and traders, but it also applies to those interested in crypto, forex, and futures because you will learn how to follow breaking news directly from your chart. All TradingView members have access to high quality news by clicking the News icon 📰 on the right-side toolbar.

Here are the three key features we cover in this video:

1. Read breaking news about any ticker symbol by clicking the News icon 📰 on the right-side toolbar. This news is real-time and will update instantly when big events happen. Additionally, the news will automatically update and reflect the ticker on your chart. When big price movements happen, open your newsfeed to see what's happening.

2. You can chose to show the Earnings icon on your chart. This Earnings icon will reveal when a company reports earnings and some basic facts about that earnings report including date and EPS estimates. To show or hide your Earnings icon right-click on the chart, click Events, and then select "Show Earnings on Chart."

3. The Earnings Calendar 📆 is a way for you to see who is report earnings , when, and what their EPS Estimates are. Never miss another earnings report. Open your Earnings Calendar daily and quickly scan for upcoming reports so you don't get caught off guard. In the Calendar you can also see upcoming Economic Events. Pro tip: we also have a dedicated Earnings Page that gives you even more details into upcoming earnings .

We hope this video helps you get started with earnings , news, and other events! Please leave any questions or comments below. Our team appreciates your feedback, support, and questions.


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