How to Export Data From TradingView Charts and Save It as a CSV File?

How to Export Data From TradingView Charts and Save It as a CSV File?

Every now and then, you may need to export TradingView data so you can share it with someone or further analyze it using other apps to reveal deeper insights. TradingView provides a very simple feature to download all your charts data. However, it is important to note that this feature is only available for users on “PRO+” and “Premium” TradingView accounts.

What TradingView Data Can You Download/Export

“PRO+” and “Premium” traders can download open, high, low, close, volume, and all indicator values they have on their chart(s). This means that when you download your data, you should essentially get everything you see on your chart(s). 

How to Export TradingView Chart Data

TradingView chart data can be downloaded in 3 easy steps.

→ Step 1: Add Indicators

The first step is to add all the indicators that you need to export data for. 

In the screenshot below, you can see that I added quite a lot of indicators. There is no problem with downloading all of them. 

→ Step 2: Launch the Export Chart Data Pop-up

Go to the main menu (3 lines hamburger menu icon) and click on the “Export chart data” option. This should launch a pop-up window where you can complete the export process. 

→ Step 3: Specify Date Format and Export Data

From the “Export chart data” pop-up window, select the preferred date format. 

You’ll be able to select from the following date format options. 

  • UNIX timestamp – this option specifies a date and time format of the bars in milliseconds starting the 1st of January 1970 (e.g. “1595311200”).

ISO time – this date and time format will show the date and time format in a more human-friendly format (e.g. “2020-07-21T06:00:00Z”).

Click on the “Export” button to complete the chart data download process. You should get a CSV file containing OHLC, volume, and all indicators that you added to your chart.

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