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Hi Folks,

 

I'm new to this site and I'm looking to really check out the spread betting side of things. I have had plenty of exposure to the Forex market and I normally use Tradingview.com & FXCM broker. 

 

When I click on the charts here and you can select Daily, 4hr, 1hr etc it seems to only go back to start of this year? No chart data from the past years? is there an additional option I need to select to enable this? 

 

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If you trade a few times a month, i recommend Pro-realtime its free as long as you place 4 trades a month, highly recommend it. Much more historical data

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