Can We Trade Paper in TradingView Mobile App?

Tyler Yates

Are you a trader who prefers to use TradingView on your mobile device? If so, you may be wondering if it’s possible to trade paper (a.k.a.

practice trading) within the TradingView mobile app. Let’s dive into this topic and find out.

What is Paper Trading?

Paper trading, also known as simulated or virtual trading, is a way for traders to practice their skills without risking real money. It allows traders to test their strategies and get a feel for the market before committing actual funds. Paper trading can be done using various tools, including within a trading platform or through third-party applications.

Does TradingView Mobile App Support Paper Trading?

Unfortunately, the TradingView mobile app does not currently support paper trading. However, there are ways to use paper trading with TradingView on your desktop or laptop computer.

Option 1: Use a Broker Integration

One way to paper trade with TradingView is through a broker integration. Some brokers offer the ability to connect your TradingView account with their platform, allowing you to place paper trades directly from TradingView.

To see if your broker offers this feature, go to the “Trading Panel” in the bottom panel of the chart and look for your broker’s logo. Clicking on it will take you to their website where you can connect your account and start paper trading.

Option 2: Use a Third-Party Paper Trading Simulator

Another option is to use a third-party paper trading simulator that integrates with TradingView. There are several options available online that allow you to place simulated trades within the TradingView charts.

For example, one popular simulator is “TradingSim”. With this tool, you can simulate trades based on real-time price data from major exchanges. It also provides a detailed trading journal to help you analyze your performance.


Although the TradingView mobile app does not currently support paper trading, there are still ways to use this feature with TradingView on your computer. By using a broker integration or a third-party paper trading simulator, you can practice your trading strategies and gain valuable experience without risking real money.