Then select Create New List and save it as the name you want.
This right-side here is blank:
And you’ll need to add symbols into this watchlist that you've just created.
If you want to add in USD/JPY, then search for it in that column:
Select USD/JPY from the drop-down results, and it will be inserted.
If you want AUD/JPY, look for it and click it.
It’ll be added in as well.
You can even insert stocks and crypto etc.
The watchlist is up to you and how you want to customize it.
If you go for the premium TradingView version, you can create more watchlists.
Then you can create 1 for stocks trading, 1 for Forex trading, 1 for day trading or swing trading and so on.
If you’re a discretionary trader and you want to scan for trading setup, what you’ll do is this…
Let’s say you trade off the Daily timeframe.
Imagine all the drawings and support resistance are all plotted on your chart.
You’ll just have to scan through your watchlist.
You can see that you’re scanning the markets relatively quickly.
You can also bookmark the markets that are in your watchlist.