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Web Platform - Signals query


handleyp

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Hi folks, when I use the web based platform, on the navigation pane there is a 'Signals' option.  If I select one of the signals, the pane expands to the right, with the upper half populated with a chart, and the lower half showing details of the signal, including a small chart.  What I can't see anywhere is what timeframe the signal has appeared in.  The signal pane on the left will state intraday, or short term etc, but I'm wondering if there is a way to see if the signal appeared on the hourly, 4 hour, daily, etc.  Obviously I can (and have) gone through the time periods on the chart until I find the one that matches the signal chart, but this is cumbersome and not particularly efficient.  It may be there somewhere, but I can't see it.  Any advice please anyone?  many thanks in advance, Pete.

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Apologies for the delay in responding to your query.

The majority of the intraday ideas posted on IG Signals are valid until 21:00 UK time. A new report is published the following morning.

There are a few which are published after 16:00 which are valid until the following day at 16:00 when a new report will be written.

 

 

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