Time zone on TradingView and things to note when setting the time zone
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TradingView is a global online charting platform. Therefore, the Tradingview platform must have multiple time zones to serve clients worldwide. The following article teaches about time zone and how to view and change time zones on TradingView.
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Time zones on TradingView
Each user in a different country or location may need to use a different time zone. Using a time zone that matches the user is active makes chart tracking easier to understand and more convenient.
Since 2015, TradingView has had all major time zones. That is, users can choose any time zone in the world to use and monitor the chart at will. That is, users can choose any time zone in the world to use and monitor the chart at will. On TradingView, users can use UTC, Exchange time, or other time zones worldwide.
What is the UTC zone?
Users view a chart on TradingView in the default time zone when opening a chart. Usually, the default time on TradingView is UTC. UTC stands for Coordinated Universal Time. Simply put, UTC is the international standard time.
What is the Exchange time zone?
On TradingView, we also use Exchange time. It is the time zone of where the exchange is located. For example, a stock listed on the NASDAQ exchange in New York uses the UTC-4 time zone. It means that when using the Exchange time zone to view the chart of this stock, the user will be watching on the UTC-4 time zone.
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How to view time zone on TradingView chart?
Method 1: The easiest way is to watch it on the TradingView chart clock. This meter is located in the lower right corner of the chart. Click on the clock and select the appropriate time zone.
Method 2: Click the Setting icon in the upper right corner of the chart, then select Symbol and find the Timezone box in the lower corner of the window.
How to change the time zone on TradingView?
After viewing the time zone in the two ways mentioned above, the user can change the time zone at will. To change the time zone in Settings, users access the Symbol tab. On the Timezone box, select the time zone you want to use and click OK.
Users can quickly change the time zone right on the chart by clicking on the appropriate time zone on the clock in the lower right corner of the chart.
Besides, users can also change the chart’s time zone by changing the time zone in the calculator settings.
After changing the time zone, the user can immediately view the chart in the new time zone without closing the chart window to reload or take any further action.
What time zone should I use when viewing charts on TradingView?
Many professional traders believe that: Exchange time should be used. Users can use any time zone. However, if users use TradingView’s scripts (for example, to set price alerts), using Exchange time helps to prevent chart errors or conflicts during use.
In many cases, users get an error when using TradingView because they do not use the chart’s time zone to Exchange. However, if you do not use the additional installation script on TradingView, users can optionally choose any time zone that is easiest to understand and follow the chart.
Some issues to note when setting the time zone
Users can display the chart in local time or UTC, or Exchange time. When using any time zone, the data on the TradingView chart is not affected. Exchange hours don’t matter with 24-hour trading sessions. To confirm the correct time zone is set, check the clock in the lower right corner of the chart.
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