Fusion Markets Integrates TradingView: Social Trading & Charting

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Fusion Markets has bolstered its platform offering, introducing TradingView, alongside MetaTrader 4, MetaTrader 5, and cTrader.

Fusion Markets is the latest broker to integrate the increasingly popular charting platform, following FP Markets and ThinkMarkets earlier this year.

Key Takeaways

  • TradingView sports a slick design with 10+ million custom indicators and 8+ million custom scripts.
  • It’s one of the largest social investment networks with millions of trading ideas spanning popular asset classes, including stocks, forex and commodities.
  • TradingView is available on Windows, MacOS, Linux, web and mobile and can be connected through the Fusion Markets Client Hub.

Advanced Charting For Modern-Day Traders

TradingView is increasingly rivalling the established MetaTrader suite – MT4 and MT5.

Now available at a long row of brokers, its user-friendly design and extensive library of custom tools have made it a hit with traders.

TradingView charting platform at Fusion Markets

Users also benefit from tailored alerts, providing in-platform notifications on price changes, technical indicators and market sentiment.

Additionally, TradingView’s Pine Script caters to algo traders, making it straightforward for even beginner coders to automate short-term trading strategies and bespoke indicators.

About Fusion Markets

Fusion Markets is an established forex and CFD broker, launched in 2017 and regulated by the ASIC in Australia.

It excels in its low-cost trading environment, featuring ultra-low spreads from 0.0 pips and competitive commissions of $2.25 per side in its Zero account.

Alternatively, the Standard account, designed for newer traders, keeps pricing simple with commission-free trading and floating spreads from 0.9 pips.

New traders can get started with no minimum deposit, while Fusion Markets accepts 15+ convenient payment options, from bank cards and wire transfers to digital wallets like PayPal and Doku Wallet.

Fusion Markets is an online broker established in 2017 and regulated by the ASIC, VFSC and FSA. It is best known for its low-cost forex and CFD trading, although its multiple account types and copy trading solutions cater to a range of traders. New clients can sign up and start trading in 3 easy steps.