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Please Please Please add these features or point out where they are:

  • List by TICKER (CODE) so annoying to not do this, example below:
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  • Close all positions with one click option
     
  • VWAP indicator (How do you not have this)
     
  • Market clock - for example in T212 there is a Market clock with seconds in the bottom right and a market hour graphic on each ticker so you know what times it is available (rather than already know the ticker, open it up, go to deal tab then information then hours like in IG) - example - 

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  • Stop logging me out when I have more than one tab open, I have multiple screens and like to see a different workspace on each.
     
  • Autofit in workspace so you dont have to resize each window to fit in
     
  • Offer a share dealing Demo (paper trading) account option
     
  • Ability to move workspaces like browser tabs, so you can order them how you want instead of ordered in the order you create them, later on you might want to move them

It would seem a few of these features have at least been asked for before but go unnoticed. There are competing brokers out there such that many people are going to, and in the current landscape many people are looking to trading, and so broker choice is a common quesion. A common recommendation is Trading212 and/or International Brokers, however, I am currently using and recommending IG but there are some common and easy to implement features missing.

 

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