[Updated] TradingView website & app down, not loading or working? You're not alone
New updates are being added at the bottom of this story…….
Original story (published on August 30, 2023) follows:
TradingView users are frustrated and concerned as the website and app appear to be down, not loading or working for them.
In the fast-paced world of finance and trading, access to real-time data and market analysis tools is crucial for investors and traders alike.
TradingView website and app down
The frustration among users is palpable. Traders depend on TradingView’s charts and indicators to track market movements, identify potential entry and execute timely trades.
This sudden disruption of these services has left some feeling powerless and disadvantaged in a market that waits for no one.
Whether someone is a day trader aiming to capitalize on short-term price fluctuations or a long-term investor monitoring their portfolio, the outage impacts individuals with diverse trading styles and goals.
#TradingView is down, I repeat tardingview is down for all platforms.
@tradingview is down. Can’t access my charts. Please someone do something ASAP!
Adding to the frustration is the lack of acknowledgment from TradingView’s support team regarding the outage.
Users have taken to social media and various online forums to voice their concerns. But as of now, there has been no official statement or communication.
This absence of communication raises questions about the platform’s reliability and its commitment to its user base.
We hope they resolve this issue soon as possible. It’s not merely about the technical glitch itself, but also about the potential financial consequences it has for TradingView users.
Update 1 (August 30, 2023)
05:10 pm (IST): This recent outage seems to have been resolved.
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