TradingView is one of the best technical analysis tool. But, can you trade directly through this stock screening and charting software? The answer is No!
You cannot trade directly on TradingView. TradingView supports trading from one of their supported stock brokers. The platform also offers virtual or paper trading. Let's get into some more details on this super-charting platform.
TradingView is a stock analysis and screening platform. It allows integration with only some specific brokers which supports trading through their terminal. Although, TradingView supports most of the well known brokerage companies. However, you cannot use any broker on their platform.
No, TradingView is not a stock broker. You can only do Virtual Trading on TradingView's servers, connect your broker account for trading in real markets. TradingView is itself not a stock broker but you can use it with major stock brokers. Let's learn more about different functions of linking stock brokerage accounts on TradingView.
Non-U.S citizens cannot directly open an account with a U.S based broker as they would not possess the necessary documents, required to open an account with a U.S broker. But there are many U.S based international brokers like 'Interactive Brokers', etc, who allow users from multiple countries to open an account with them. Using that account you can easily gain access to the U.S markets.
In USA, different brokerage accounts have different opening-balance requirements. A minimum may be set by some brokerage companies at $1,000, $2,000, or even higher. Others could let you start an account with less money as long as you agree to have money deposited from a connected checking or savings account on a monthly basis.