TradingView has always been an integral part of HyperTrader 2.0, our native desktop app that helps traders become more efficient. With this new technology partnership, HyperTrader 2.0 becomes even more powerful with the premium features of TradingView.
Let us walk you through the new set of features added to HyperTrader 2.0 with our technology partnership with Trading View.
If you have used TradingView before, you know how cool it is to have multiple charts on the same screen. You can easily monitor different assets on different exchanges.
The split view, combined with HyperTrader’s trading-from-chart feature, allows you to trade multiple exchanges or trading pairs.
In HyperTrader 2.0, you can now split it up to 4 charts at a time with 15 different layouts.
You can also choose to load up different pairs from different exchanges or have them all sync with the same trading pair.
Further, you can now draw on one chart and make it sync up with all the charts in the multi-chart setup.
Very soon, you will have an option to 8-way split with up to 21 layouts. With multi-window support coming in the future, possibilities are endless. All you need is a good computer with a broadband internet connection.
Most of us use the basic charts like Line, Candles, or Heikin Ashi. But the pro traders want more. We will soon get additional chart types like Renko, Kagi, Line Break, Point & Figure charts with this new partnership. With the addition of these new chart types, HyperTrader 2.0 will have 12 customizable chart types.
We currently have six chart types, and now with this partnership, you can customize them to your needs and taste.
Technical analysis is a necessity for many traders. With the new charts, you will have 100+ prebuilt most popular indicators and 50+ smart drawing tools. We will not stop just there; we are working with TradingView to build custom indicators too. In the future, we may also provide Candlestick patterns recognition and Auto Fib Retracement.
Unfortunately, support for pine script is not part of this partnership.
Unlike all our competitors who use the free version of the library, HyperTrader 2.0 will now have the same charting library as TradingView’s website. We hope to see considerable improvements in the performance of the charts.
In the past, we saw that chart related bug fixes took way longer than the rest of the app features. We want to change this long cycle of bug fixes for the charts. With the new technology partnership, TradingView’s excellent developers will prioritize our bug reports. You will already see a lot of bug fixes related to charts with the latest update, and we hope to reduce the number of bugs to a large extent in the coming days. You can see the changelog for more details.
We look forward to more collaboration between the two companies to bring more value to traders around the world.
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