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Is there a way to access Tradingcentral's Technical Analysis from the new platform (or from myIG)? In the classic platform it is reachable from the menu "Tools".

Thanks, Hanno

 

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Hi

 

Our developers are working on adding trading central to the new platform but unfortunately at this stage it is not available unless you access it from the classic platform. We appreciate your patience.

 

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Anton

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   I only just noticed this has been added to the new platform, accessed by the news tab at the bottom of the chart (not the news tab on left hand side). Updated throughout the day and specific to the instruments on the chart and linked to Tradingcentral for the full report. Very useful.

 

 

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Hi   The inclusion of 'tradingcentral' real time updates on the new platform is a great addition, I have been receiving these for years but only twice a day via email so this is a big improvement.

 

One slight snag, the feed for EURUSD is missing, all else is there, all other FX majors, FTSE & DAX, gold, crude etc but not EURUSD.

 

Hopefully this minor glitch can be corrected quickly.

 

Cheers.

 

 

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I use these Trading Central updates on the news feed through Market Data. Is there a quicker way to access all the updates in one place? It would be very useful if they could be accessed through the "Signals" section of the app.

 

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Dan

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