MonthMarch 2021

TradingView – Divide a Watchlist into Sections

The original post below on creating sections within a TradingView watchlist was based on what I thought was an undocumented feature, something I found by accident when entering a symbol name incorrectly in a file to be imported.

I’ve since learned that there is actually an option within TradingView: How to add a section to the watchlist. Thanks @calib3r1 for the heads up.

If you create a list within TradingView and add sections as outlined in the link, upon exporting the list you’ll find that the separator is designated using “###NameHere”

To duplicate the list shown in the original post below, using the # separator, create and import a text file with the following contents:

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Volume Indicator with Customizable Moving Averages

This TradingView indicator displays volume based on the current timeframe. For example, on a daily chart the volume represents the volume for the day. On a weekly chart, the volume is cumulative for the week.

There is also an option to configure the volume moving average lengths. The default for a daily chart is to calculate the 50-day moving average. On a weekly chart, the default is the 10-week moving average.

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