TradingView is a powerful tool that helps traders make informed decisions. However, it can be challenging to track your positions, orders, and trading history in TradingView alone. Luckily, it’s possible to export your TradingView chart data to a CSV file. In this article, we’ll provide step-by-step instructions on how to do this.
- Open your TradingView chart.
- Make sure you’re connected to your broker.
- Click on your broker name in the bottom panel of the TradingView screen to show a dropdown.
- Click on “Export Data.”
- In the pop-up window, select what you want to export from the dropdown menu. You can choose from positions, orders, history, trading account history, and trading journal.
- Press the “Export” button.
- Check your Downloads folder (or default file save folder) for a downloaded CSV file with your exported TradingView data.
Why Downloading Your TradingView Chart Data is Important ?
Exporting your TradingView data to a CSV file allows you to analyze it in more detail. By looking at your positions, orders, and trading history outside of TradingView, you can identify patterns and trends that you might not have noticed otherwise. You can also use this data to track your progress and make informed decisions about your trading strategy.
Exporting your TradingView data to a CSV file is a simple process that can provide valuable insights into your trading performance. By following the step-by-step instructions we provided, you can easily download your positions, orders, history, trading account history, and trading journal data into a CSV file. Remember to check your Downloads folder or default file save folder for the downloaded file.
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