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Hi @Guest Adam.H, yes you can launch a ProRealTime account. How to get ProRealTime: Open an IG account, open My IG, launch ProRealTime (Activate ProRealTime via 'settings' in My IG) and then start dealing on ProRealTime. For more information on ProRealTime click this link  https://www.ig.com/uk/trading-platforms/prorealtime .

Can you add some clarity about what you're wanting to do. If you want automated trading are you looking at using an API? Let me know so I can give you to correct, relevent data.

All the best - Mongiwethu

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