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How to use the TradingView screener? | Easy 6-step guide!

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The TradingView screener is one of the best features of the TradingView platform. As the name suggests, it is used to filter symbols (stocks, cryptos, and currencies) based on certain technical or fundamental aspects.

TradingView screener works for 3 different markets – stocks, crypto, and forex and any script can be shortlisted based on technicals, fundamentals, or a mix of the two.

Sounds good? Let’s get started. 🚀

A step-by-step guide to using the TradingView screener:

If you open the homepage of TradingView, you will be greeted with an option called “Screeners”.

TradingView screener

If you hover over it, you will see 5 options, namely:
1. Stock screener
2. Forex screener
3. Crypto screener
4. Stock heatmap
5. Crypto heatmap

TradingView screener

Select and click the screener that you want to use. (In this post we are mainly concerned with the screener, so let’s ignore the heatmap).

The main page of the screener will look like this:

TradingView screener

The stocks will be listed in columns along with various technical entities such as change, volume, change %, technical rating, as well as fundamental entities such as EPS, P/E, sector, etc.

You can add or remove more details by using the “3 vertical lines” icon. If you click on it, you will see a whole lot of technical and fundamental elements. These include moving averages, MACD, RSI, volatility, total assets, total debt, total liabilities, total revenue, etc.

TradingView screener

There are plenty of foundations on which you can sort the stocks. These can be margins, valuations, balance sheets, performance, oscillators, etc.

TradingView screener

There is an option on the extreme right-hand side of the toolbar, named “Filters”. It provides a facility to add custom filters based on the financials or technicals.

TradingView screener
TradingView screener

There are also plenty of pre-made screens that can be accessed just by clicking the option to the left of the “Filter” tab. The default screens include top gainers, top losers, unusual volume, overbought, etc. The best part is, that you can export the screener data to a CSV file. Amazing, isn’t it?

TradingView screener

Feel free to experiment with the TradingView screener and let us know your favourite screener!

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Rajat Kumar Singhhttps://tradingwick.in
Hi, my name is Rajat and I have an immense love for charts. I hold a Bachelor’s in Engineering in IT and am currently working as the community manager (India) for TradingView. Join me in my journey to become a better trader! ❤️

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