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May I suggest that all charting the markets presenters standardise on the @JeremyNaylor_IG presentation style of charts whose features are easily visible to the viewer.

Where you draw your lines and what indicators you use of course is your individual expression of talent. But at least give the viewer a solid foundation with sufficient resolution and clarity.

Thank you

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Their job roles are too ossified to change.

Welcome to the financial services industry

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