1. The most popular chart over the last twelve months was . That may come as no surprise to many of the traders out there. A chart conveys a ton of price information and sentiment. By the way, if you want to read more about and how to use our automated Patterns, visit our Help Center here. The least popular chart type was Range.
Note: for more tips about customizing your chart, watch this video from a fellow community member.
2. The most popular built-in indicator was ( ). The least popular built-in indicator was . This year, take some time to learn more about how indicators are coded. You can create your own indicator with our proprietary language Pine Script. You can also find innovative and unique indicators coded by the community here.
3. 131 million people have visited TradingView over the last 12 months for a total of 2.5 billion page views. The community is growing and there's never been a better time to learn markets with others. Even better, it's a fantastic time to help others learn about markets. Make sure your TradingView profile is up to date and try publishing your first idea, like the post you're reading right now, to your profile page.
4. The most times a registered user has come back to TradingView in 12 months? 104,142 times. If you think you might beat that number at some point because you love following markets, leave a comment below. 😂
5. The longest time a single person remained logged in was 153 straight days. Who else checks the markets each day of the week without ever logging out?
6. The most popular fundamental metric that investors looked at was Revenue. The least popular was Operating Lease Liabilities. Pro tip: click the question mark icon next to any financial metric in the Financials menu to learn more about that specific metric.
7. The most liked idea was this explainer about charts:
8. The most commented idea was this post trying to call the top in Bitcoin P.S. calling tops is really hard 😄
We hope you enjoyed these fun facts about TradingView and look forward to growing with everyone in 2021. One of the key themes of this year will be exploring everything that's available to you as a member. For example, while charts are the most popular, keep in mind you can use Heikin Ashi, Renko, Kagi, Point & Figure, and Baseline charts.
Keep following our official account for more posts and suggestions like this. As always, leave any feedback in the comments below.
Got a feature or an idea you would like to see added, have a look at what has already been suggested on the TradingView Facebook page on this thread: https://www.facebook.com/groups/tradingviewgroup/permalink/1367763690083294
or on the TradingView Reddit group https://www.reddit.com/r/TradingView/