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@CharlotteIG

At a minimum we really need the option to turn off Sunday candle being factored into moving averages/RSI/pivot points etc on the web platform.

ProRealTime lets you do this and more, but the web platform needs that one option as a bare minimum as it f*ks up day trading on Monday and skews the other indicators for the rest of the week :(

 

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12 hours ago, dmedin said:

@CharlotteIG

At a minimum we really need the option to turn off Sunday candle being factored into moving averages/RSI/pivot points etc on the web platform.

ProRealTime lets you do this and more, but the web platform needs that one option as a bare minimum as it f*ks up day trading on Monday and skews the other indicators for the rest of the week :(

 

I 100% agree with you. 

This has been pushed to developers but I'm going to show them your post too! 

We need this when people are using TA. 

Thank you for this!

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