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TradingView News Scraper

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TradingView News Scraper is a specialized web scraping tool designed to extract news from the charting platform TradingView. The scraper exports the accumulated data to various formats like JSON, XML, CSV, or Excel.

What does TradingView News Scraper do?

TradingView News Scraper is a specialized web scraping tool designed to extract news from the charting platform TradingView News.The scraper exports the accumulated data to various formats like JSON, XML, CSV, or Excel.

Why scrape TradingView News?

TradingView News has a wealth of data on financial news and events from around the world. This data can be used for a variety of purposes, including:

  • Analyzing market trends and sentiment
  • Identifying investment opportunities
  • Monitoring news related to specific companies or industries
  • Conducting research on financial news and events

If you're looking to gain insights from financial news, TradingView News Scraper is the tool for you.

How to scrape TradingView News?

Using TradingView News Scraper is a breeze. Just add your proxy configuration options in the input field, and click start. The scraper will do the rest, pulling all the relevant data from the platform.

How much will it cost to scrape TradingView?

Apify gives you $5 free usage credits every month on the Apify Free plan. You can get up to 10,000 results per month from TradingView Scraper for that, so those 10,000 results will be completely free.

But if you need to get more data regularly from TradingView, you should grab an Apify subscription. We recommend our $49/month Starter plan - you can get up to 100,000 every month with the $49 monthly plan!

Or get 1,000,000 results for $499 with the Scale plan - wow!

Input

TradingView News Scraper has the following input options. Click on the input tab for more information.

Results

1{
2 "id": "DJN_SN20230605009214:0",
3 "title": "Snap scoops up Google veteran for senior role",
4 "provider": "market-watch",
5 "sourceLogoId": "marketwatch",
6 "sourceLogoUrl": "https://s3.tradingview.com/news/logo/marketwatch--theme-light.svg",
7 "published": 1685998140,
8 "source": "MarketWatch",
9 "urgency": 2,
10 "permission": "provider",
11 "relatedSymbols": [
12  {
13   "symbol": "NASDAQ:GOOG",
14   "logoid": "alphabet",
15   "logourl": "https://s3-symbol-logo.tradingview.com/alphabet.svg"
16  },
17  {
18   "symbol": "NASDAQ:AMZN",
19   "logoid": "amazon",
20   "logourl": "https://s3-symbol-logo.tradingview.com/amazon.svg"
21  },
22  {
23   "symbol": "NYSE:SNAP",
24   "logoid": "snap",
25   "logourl": "https://s3-symbol-logo.tradingview.com/snap.svg"
26  }
27 ],
28 "storyPath": "https://www.tradingview.com/news/DJN_SN20230605009214:0/",
29 "astDescription": {
30  "type": "root",
31  "children": [
32   {
33    "type": "p",
34    "children": [
35     "Snap Inc. (SNAP) has hired Eric Young, a veteran of Alphabet Inc.'s (GOOGL)(GOOGL) Google, to serve as its senior vice president of engineering. Young will make a $1 million annual salary and get a $500,000 signing bonus, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission put out Monday. He'll also be awarded restricted stock units with an aggregate value of at least $40 million, which will be subject to time-based vesting. He previously was vice president of engineering at Google, and before his work in various roles there, he spent time at Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN)"
36    ]
37   },
38   {
39    "type": "p",
40    "children": [
41     "-Emily Bary"
42    ]
43   },
44   {
45    "type": "p",
46    "children": [
47     "This content was created by MarketWatch, which is operated by Dow Jones & Co. MarketWatch is published independently from Dow Jones Newswires and The Wall Street Journal."
48    ]
49   }
50  ]
51 },
52 "descriptionText": "Snap Inc. (SNAP) has hired Eric Young, a veteran of Alphabet Inc.'s (GOOGL)(GOOGL) Google, to serve as its senior vice president of engineering. Young will make a $1 million annual salary and get a $500,000 signing bonus, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission put out Monday. He'll also be awarded restricted stock units with an aggregate value of at least $40 million, which will be subject to time-based vesting. He previously was vice president of engineering at Google, and before his work in various roles there, he spent time at Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN)-Emily BaryThis content was created by MarketWatch, which is operated by Dow Jones & Co. MarketWatch is published independently from Dow Jones Newswires and The Wall Street Journal.",
53 "shortDescription": "Snap Inc. (SNAP) has hired Eric Young, a veteran of Alphabet Inc.'s (GOOGL)(GOOGL) Google, to serve as its senior vice president of engineering. Young will make a $1 million annual salary and get a $500,000 signing bonus, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission put out Mon…",
54}

Note that personal data is protected by GDPR in the European Union and by other regulations around the world. You should not scrape personal data unless you have a legitimate reason to do so. If you're unsure whether your reason is legitimate, consult your lawyers. We also recommend that you read our blog post: is web scraping legal?

Contact

Please feel free to browse through the diverse array of web scrapers available on my Apify profile. If a custom solution or extra options are what you're seeking, don't hesitate to get in touch with me directly at contact@mscraper.com.

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  • Created in Jun 2023
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