Whether you are a beginner or an experienced market participant, we invite everyone to share their ideas. To be featured, follow the step-by-step guide below. 👇
Step 1 - Make sure your title is clear 🔑
Make sure your idea has a title that is easy to understand and read. Don’t use all caps and make sure it properly represents the core idea. Check for spelling or grammatical errors and remember to push for quality over quantity. In addition, everyone will see your profile picture next to your idea so make sure your profile is complete and up to date. Here's an example:
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Step 2 - Create a beautiful chart 🎨
Remember, the chart you see in front of you when clicking the “Publish” button is the image that represents your idea. It’s the first thing people will see. You will want to make sure it’s visually captivating and easy to understand.
Pro tip #1: Make sure the drawings, objects, and indicators on your chart are easy for others to see.
Pro tip #2: Use colors and contrast to make your chart pop. You have full control over your chart’s color scheme. Make it pop and make it clear.
Pro tip #3: Keep a separate saved layout for publishing ideas so that you can save your artistic charts and separate them from your analytical charts. Your brain’s right hemisphere deserves that. Here's an example:
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Step 3 - Write a thoughtful description (and spell check!) 📚
When you click the Publish button located at the top right-hand corner of your chart a text editor will appear. You can use the text editor to enhance the description in your idea. Add bold & italic texts, bulleted lists, images, and links (please no spam). All of these features can make your ideas more compelling to the reader.
Pro tip #1: Make sure you space out your text and give it structure. Use paragraphs and proper spacing to let the reader breathe and enjoy your idea.
Pro tip #2: Do you have what it takes to add exact entry and exit prices to your idea? Are you willing to be as transparent as possible? The best traders and investors are not afraid to share their process including entries, exits, winners, and losers.
Pro tip #3: Focus on explaining your idea thoroughly. You don’t have to be in a rush. The more thoughtful you are, the better your idea will perform. Here's an example that we recently shared:
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Now that you’ve taken the time to become a master at publishing ideas, we want to let you know we are open to featuring your ideas! There are two ways you can get our attention right now. Use the comments below to share your profile and also examples of your work. The second way you can share your ideas is to send a message to our official TradingView account. Anyone can send us a private message!
We hope you enjoyed this complementary guide. In addition, we look forward to featuring your ideas in the Weekly Digest or even in Editors' Picks.
Please keep in mind that maintaining a profile free from spam and unnecessary solicitation is important. You can read our House Rules for more information.
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