How do I link FXCM to Tradeview?
How do I link my FXCM account to TradingView?
- Go to https://www.tradingview.com/ and log in to your account or sign up in case you do not have an account already.
- Click on Continue.
- To sign in, select the connection type then enter the username and password.
- Lastly, select “Deny” or “Approve”
Is FXCM regulated?
Forex Capital Markets Limited (FXCM LTD) is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) in the UK.
Does FXCM work with TradingView?
You can now trade directly from the charts; both live and demo accounts are supported. To trade through FXCM from TradingView: Create an account with FXCM. Login to www.tradingview.com with your TradingView account.
What brokers work with Tradeview?
We currently support the following brokers:
- CQG FCMs: please find the full list here;
What kind of broker is FXCM?
Global Forex and CFD Broker since 1999 FXCM is a leading provider of online foreign exchange (FX) trading, CFD trading, spread betting and related services.
Is FXCM regulated in Canada?
The relationship between Friedberg Direct and FXCM was formed with the purpose to allow Canadian residents access to FXCM’s suite of products, while maintaining their accounts with a regulated Canadian firm.
Is TradingView free with FXCM?
Get TradingView Pro for FREE for 1 year. Open an account with FXCM today and get TradingView Pro for FREE. Gain access to this special offer from one of our long-term partners.
Can I connect my broker to TradingView?
Integrate your brokerage into the TradingView Web Platform through our powerful API. This API lets brokers build a bridge to connect their backend systems to the TradingView interface, so that broker partners then can be supported on the TradingView Web Platform. The integration is very straightforward.
Is FXCM legal in USA?
FXCM allows people to speculate on the foreign exchange market and provides trading in contract for difference (CFDs) on major indices and commodities such as gold and crude oil. It is based in London. The company was banned from United States markets for defrauding its customers.