Real-Time Currency Chart

Get your charting on now.  Easy and intuitive for beginners, and powerful enough for advanced chartists – TradingView Charts have all the charting tools you need to share and view trading ideas. Real-time data and browser-based charts let you do your research from anywhere.

Get started with the chart below!

Change your desired currency pair by clicking the active currency pair (i.e. EURUSD) and selecting a new one  from those listed under Forex, and then add indicators or use one of the 50+ drawing tools from the left and top toolbars to add to your chart. Common addition include, but are not limited, to the following:

  • Add Text
  • Trend lines
  • Support and Resistance
  • Fibonacci Retracements
  • Pitchfork
  • Elliot Waves
  • Gann
  • Pivot Points
  • Bollinger Bands
  • And More!

Once complete, click the camera button to receive a shareable image URL that you can post in the Forums or elsewhere. If you want some additional features to make your charts even more informative, read below about signing up for a Tradingview Pro account.


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Use the basic charting tools above and a free Tradingview account to save your work, publish your ideas and share charts, as long as you want.  If you want advanced features, such as unlimited charts, watchlists, multiple chart layouts, custom intervals and access to real-time markets, Go Pro with TradingView now (<— affiliate link – if you buy a subscription, we get to keep the lights on and coffee machine stocked!).

Need Additional Help? Check out these lessons to improve your charts!

3 Types of Forex Charts and How to Read Them

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Forex Support and Resistance

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What is a Japanese Candlestick?

Japanese candlesticks in forex trading are used to describe currency price action and can be used for any time frame. Read more

Simple vs. Exponential Moving Averages

How does an SMA differ from an EMA? It’s pretty simple, actually. Read more

How to Use Moving Averages to Find the Trend

One sweet way to use moving averages is to determine trends. And that’s just the beginning! Read more

How to Use Moving Average Crossovers to Enter Trades

If MA lines cross over one another, it may signal that the trend is about to change soon. Read more

How to Use Moving Averages as Dynamic Support and Resistance Levels

Another way to use moving averages is to use them as non-traditional support and resistance levels. Here’s how: Read more

How to Use Bollinger Bands

What better way to start building up your trading toolbox than by reading up on Bollinger Bands! Read more

How to Use the MACD Indicator

The MACD is used to identify moving averages that indicate a new trend. With a MACD, it’s all about three numbers. Read more

How to Use Parabolic SAR

In trading trending markets, it is equally important to identify when the trend ends. The parabolic SAR might be just what you need! Read more

How to Use the Stochastic Indicator

What makes Stochastic one of the most favorite tools of many forex trade bloggers? Read more

How to Use RSI (Relative Strength Index)

If you find that Stochastic isn’t your cup of tea, then you might want to take a look at the good ol’ RSI. Read more

How to Use ADX (Average Directional Index)

ADX is typically used to identify whether the market is ranging or starting a new trend. Here’s how traders usually read ADX signals: Read more