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Exclude Sundays from ATR on IG charts?

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I suspect that the Average True Range (ATR) indicator for IG Forex charts is calculated including Sundays. The True Range (TR) of a weekday  is not reflective of the TR during the 3 hours of Sunday trading.  Can Sundays be excluded from the ATR calculation on IG charts? A period of 10 for calculating ATR  would better reflect recent daily volatility than the current default 14.

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