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TradingView Scraper API

Harness TradingView's data with Oxylabs TradingView Scraper API. Delve into a wealth of financial information, from real-time stock prices to in-depth market analysis. The TradingView scraper allows you to explore global financial markets and investment opportunities. With the Scraper API, you can:

  • Access real-time localized data

  • Evade sophisticated anti-bot systems

  • Utilize JavaScript rendering

*This scraper is part of Web Scraper API

TradingView Scraper API

How do I scrape data from TradingView?

To extract data from TradingView, simply construct a payload incorporating job parameters and the TradingView website URL. Following this, submit the request to our API and obtain the outcomes in HTML format.

See the output example on the right and visit our documentation to find more details.

    "results": [
"created_at": "2023-11-24 19:04:06",
"updated_at": "2023-11-24 19:04:07",
"page": 1,
"url": "",
"job_id": "7135159617994120193",
"status_code": 200

All in all, it is a service that I would recommend using, especially if your main concerns are high-quality service itself, support for it, and problem-solving abilities.


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In-depth tutorials

Get up and running with our documentation and a demo video.

Proxy management

Access the 102M+ proxy pool to extract data from any website worldwide.

Bulk scraping

Collect data from up to 5,000 URLs per batch at once.

Multiple delivery options

Receive results via our API or to your cloud storage bucket (AWS S3 or GCS).

Highly scalable

Easy to integrate, customize & supports a high volume of requests.

24/7 support

Get professional and timely assistance day and night.

Smart scraping with API features

Custom Parser

Custom Parser

Independently write parsing instructions and parse any target while using our infrastructure.

  • No need to maintain your own parser

  • Define your own parsing logic with XPath and CSS selectors

  • Collect ready-to-use structured data from TradingView

Web Crawler

Discover all pages on TradingView and fetch data at scale and in real time with the Web Crawler feature.

  • Gather only the data you need from target websites

  • Control the crawling scope and tailor the end result

  • Retrieve your results in a specified format


Automate recurring scraping and parsing jobs with the needed frequency by scheduling them with the Scheduler feature.

  • Create multiple schedules for different jobs

  • Receive data automatically to your preferred cloud storage

  • Get notifications once each job is done

TradingView Scraper API pricing

Gather data from TradingView effortlessly


Pay only for successful results

Gather highly-localized data

Receive scraping know-how

Don’t miss out

Free Trial


1 week trial

Limited to 1 user



$2.80 / 1K results

$49 + VAT billed monthly



$2.60 / 1K results

$99 + VAT billed monthly



$2.40 / 1K results

$249 + VAT billed monthly





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Frequently asked questions

What is TradingView?

TradingView is a cloud-based social platform for traders and investors. It offers a range of charting tools, real-time market data, and social features for sharing and discussing trading ideas. TradingView provides a variety of technical analysis tools and a trading simulator, making it a popular choice for both novice and experienced traders.

Is scraping TradingView legal?

The legality of web scraping, including platforms like TradingView, largely depends on the terms of service of the specific website, the data being scraped, and the jurisdiction in which you're operating. It can become a legal issue if it infringes on copyright, violates privacy, or breaches the website's terms of service.

Check our blog post on the legalities of web scraping.