Corporations, brokers, hedge funds and money managers who require always-on, real-time trading capabilities.


FIX API, Financial Information Exchange



The application programming interface (API) is the actual source code to several of our trading platform products. It is widely used in any software development, but in the financial industry it is used to increase and maintain a firms available products. A client may not want to use our available trading platforms, so we provide this source code for programmers to link their software to ours. As other trading platforms trade through our API, all trades will come to Tradeview Forex for clearing while you retain your preferred platform's functionality.



FIX/API | Tradeview

Who can use it?

  • Corporations, brokers, hedge funds and money managers who require always-on, real-time trading capabilities
  • Companies integrating trading into their treasury systems
  • Brokers hedging the exchange rate exposure of their equity positions
  • Customers creating customized user interfaces to Tradeview Forex’s trading system
  • Retail customers developing proprietary trading models
FIX/API | Tradeview

How do I get one?

  • Tradeview Forex can get you started right away with developing your own API
  • Simply request an application from tradeview@tradeviewforex.com with your preferred API model
  • MetaTrader 4, and Currenex FIX APIs are available
  • When the application has been returned we will send you the code base and/or login details so you can get started coding right away
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Developer support and assistance

  • With coding an API it is easy to get lost and sometimes run into errors that you cannot work around. Tradeview Forex is dedicated to helping you resolve such issues and connecting you with the right people to get the right results
  • When you have received your details for coding you are connected directly with the platform developers through a ticketing system to help you resolve any problems
  • This ticketing systems has a knowledge base, discussion board, and a user manual – all of which give you the tools you need to develop your API correctly

Trading Hours

Tradeview Forex's trading desk opens Sundays at 22:00 GMT and does not close until Friday at 21:30 GMT.



Currency Pairs

Tradeview Forex offers trading in the following currency pairs:


  • EUR/USD
  • USD/JPY
  • GBP/USD
  • USD/CHF
  • USD/CAD
  • AUD/USD
  • EUR/GBP
  • EUR/JPY
  • GBP/JPY
  • CHF/JPY
  • EUR/CHF
  • NZD/USD
  • GBP/CHF
  • AUD/JPY
  • EUR/AUD
  • EUR/CAD
  • NZD/JPY
  • CAD/JPY
  • GBP/CAD
  • GBP/NZD
  • GBP/AUD
  • AUD/NZD
  • AUD/CHF
  • USD/MXN


The dealing platform provides sophisticated order entry and tracking. Orders may be entered at any rate – inside or outside the existing spread – using the following orders types:

  • Market Order: An order based on a current market price.
  • Limit orders: An order with restrictions on the maximum price to be paid or the minimum price to be received.
  • Stop Loss orders: Order type whereby an open position is automatically liquidated at a specific price. Often used to minimize exposure to losses if the market moves against an investor's position.

In normal markets, any sell stops will be filled on a dealer's bid, and buy stops are filled on a dealer's offer. If the market 'gaps' sharply up or down the stops will be filled at the best available price.

Executing a deal via the Internet is a simple two-step process. Simply enter the number of currency you want to buy or sell and then click on the bid (sell) or offer (buy) for the currency pair you wish to trade. Your deal is automatically executed. The dealing software automatically calculates the initial margin requirement based upon the notional amount of the deal, and if sufficient funds are available in your account, will accept the transaction.
Deals are confirmed online, normally within one-sixth of a second, and the system instantly updates both your open position and calculates your current floating P&L.

A rollover is the simultaneous closing of an open position for today's value date, (normally at the end of the trading day) and the opening of the same position for the next day's value date at a price reflecting the interest rate differential between the two currencies.
For example, on Wednesday, all positions which are rolled overnight to Thursday would have the value date of the following Monday.
To account for the two days of interest for the weekend when banks are not open and actual delivery cannot be made, Tradeview Forex will credit or charge 3-times interest for positions rolled over on Wednesday, as per industry standard.

  • 1. Call the trading desk to speak with a dealer
  • 2. State your name, account number, user ID and password
  • 3. Ask for a price in the desired currency pair, indicating the amount you wish to trade
  • 4. After you execute your deal, the dealer will confirm your deal details back to you
  • 5. If it is correct, confirm with the dealer and hang up

You have now finished your phone deal. You should also check that your phone deal is inputted correctly into your account on the online trading platform.

The dealing software tracks all trading activity in real time, allowing clients to view current open positions, real-time profit and loss, margin availability, account balances, and all historical transaction details directly on-screen.

Account statements can be accessed 24/7 through the reporting links.

All deals are sized in units of 1 of the base currency (.i.e., GBP/USD is £1). All of the deals are numbered in terms of 'lots'. The maximum deal size available online is 50 million of the base currency.

A minimum transaction size is 1 lot, or 1 unit of the base currency. An account with a margin deposit of 1% would open a €1 position and would require an initial margin deposit of $.01.

Through the online platform, customers are able to execute trades directly from real time streaming bid/ask quotes. Live prices are continuously updated via our trading software and traders can click on the current bid or offer and instantly execute a trade.