Grab TradingView’s top-notch publishing and social tools for your site. The integration is so smooth that your visitors won’t know that these are widgets, and not native functionality of your site. They will get our famous charting with the PUBLISH IDEA button.
In the idea stream you can show only ideas published on your site or ideas from TradingView as well. You can even embed our awesome chat!
Below are different widgets and implementation examples. Scroll down to find
options for widgets and the embed codes.
You can use our Publishing & Social Tools to achieve various goals — from adding a real-time stream of ideas to building an entire social network just like TradingView. If you have any questions on how to integrate the widgets, definitely reach out to Stan Bokov.
You can choose which ideas to stream: for a particular symbol, ideas of a specific user, or the suggested ideas for all markets from all users. You can also only display ideas created only on your site!
You can integrate user profiles with complete stats.
Website visitors don’t need to leave your site to check out an idea or to leave a comment.
Our popular chats speak for themselves.
The RSS feed allows you to get streaming information about published trading ideas on TradingView in HTML format. It’s in text form with a <content:encoded> tag. It’s located at https://www.tradingview.com/feed/. By default (without any parameters specified) the feed provides the Suggested Ideas (hand-picked by our editors) stream. Use the feeds sorting capabilities to get specific data that’s different from the default feed. Any combination of parameters supplied below as examples should work.
Get ideas for a particular symbol, eg, AAPL
Get ideas published by a specific user, eg, Tim West
Get the entire idea stream for a particular market: stocks|indices|commodities|currencies|bitcoin
Stocks only - https://www.tradingview.com/feed/?stream=stocks
Stocks and Commodities - https://www.tradingview.com/feed/?stream=stocks&stream=commodities
recent shows all ideas. suggested shows only Suggested ideas.
When discussed, agreed or viewed are selected, you can pass additional parameters to specify the time range.
will provide most commented ideas during the day.
Possible values for time are: day
The idea interval (timeframe of the bars on the chart) may vary from minute to hourly (m), from hourly to daily (h), or daily and higher intervals (dwm).