With the launch of its new product, users can directly trade via TradingView charts in equity, options and futures for indices, equity, commodity and currency.
US-based TradingView is popular among traders in India who use it to make sharper investment decisions in real-time. The latest partnership with Dhan will allow users to directly place orders on exchanges from TradingView Charts via Dhan.
“TradingView undoubtedly is a very popular charting product with the Indian trading community and we are super delighted to make it a complete experience now for traders with this integration and collaboration by TradingView” said Pravin Jadhav, founder and CEO of Dhan.
Both companies have agreed to collaborate further and bring more products with a tech-centric approach to users in India, Jadhav told ETtech.
“This partnership enables TradingView users in India to directly trade from TradingView Charts on Dhan and enhance their trading experience. We will explore more collaboration opportunities with Dhan,” said Rauan Khassan, VP– international growth, TradingView.
Mumbai-based Dhan’s parent firm Raise Financial Services is backed by investors such as Mirae Asset’s early-stage fund, Blume Ventures Founders’ Fund, Social Leverage among others. Last month, prominent startup founders like Deepinder Goyal of Zomato, Harsh Jain of Dream11, and Harshil Mathur of Razorpay among others, also invested in the firm.