How to Use the TradingView Stock Screener to Find Stocks to Trade
Updated: Apr 5
Discover how to use the TradingView stock screener to find hidden trading opportunities.
Where is the stock screener in TradingView?
You can find the TradingView stock screener at the bottom of the homepage. They have a stock screener, a forex screener, a crypto pairs screener, and a crypto coins screener.
Is TradingView stock screener free?
Many of the features of the TradingView stock screener are free. However, intraday screeners are only available with a premium subscription.
If you want to test the premium TradingView stock screeners for free, you can sign up for a 30-day free trial.
How to Use the TradingView Stock Screener
There are several ways to use the TradingView stock screener. For example, you can search for companies with low P/E ratios, determine stock trends, view financial data, and more.
TradingView Stock Screener Column Options
The column options of the screener allow you to view specific data about the stocks that populate based on your screener settings. We will cover the screener options in the next section.
The overview column will show you basic information such as a stock’s market cap, price, and volume.
The performance column will show you how a stock has been performing over several time periods.
The extended hours column will give you data such as a stock’s pre-market and post-market change and close prices.
The valuation column shows a stock’s P/E ratio, market cap, EPS, EV, and more.
The dividend column shows a stock’s dividend yield, dividend per share, and current price.
The margins tab shows fundamental margins such as gross, operating, and pretax margins.
The income statement column portrays an overview of a company’s income statement with metrics like revenue, EPS, and EBITDA.
The balance sheet column shows you fundamental data such as the current ratio, debt/equity, quick ratio, and net debt.
The oscillators will show you some technical signals, such as the ATR, MACD level, and the oscillator's rating.
The trend-following column will give you weak to strong buy/sell signals based on moving averages and technical trends.
TradingView Stock Screener Screen Options
The screener options allow you to filter through companies with several data points, such as the following. Once you filter to see the right stocks, you can use the column options we reviewed to view specific data about the companies that populate.