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Hi the search doesn't show any ETFs anymore and I can't find them under shares. How do I find them?

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Hi , thanks for the post.

 

ETFs are not yet live on the new web trading platform as they require a little more configuration on the new system.  Once set up, you can simply search for them, and there should be a separate section too as on the classic platform.

 

In the meantime, you can access the classic platform via the My IG dashboard.

 

Any more questions on the new trading platform please just ask, and remember we have the main discussion thread here.

 

Thanks!

Hannah

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Hannah I use the classic platform, i want to trade ETF's but i dont know where they are?? ...

For me this question was not answered "sorry Hannah"

Where are they?? ...

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Hi   Hit the 'Finder' button top left of screen just below the IG red icon on the classic platform, will see ETFs listed.

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Wheres the chart text box on new platform?? ...

I like to put on my Entry/ TP1/ and my StopLoss ...

so that if i look at a chart quickly,

when flicking from chart to chart

i can see instantly and clearly what is happenening to trades?? ...

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Hi   The text box is in the 'drawing toolbar' section, don't forget to check the 'show' 'open positions' in the ' ... ' section next to drawing tools..

 

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