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IG and ProScreener Integration - ProScreener List > Direct into IG ?


YohanTurner

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Hello All,

I have a IG.com account with Pro Real Time / ProScreener.

I would like the list of stocks that are found by ProScreener to be automatically loaded in my IG.com account , so i can review them using my charts and even trade them.

At the moment its a big nuisance, having to screen in ProScreener and then add those stocks to IG for me to trade them. I would like some direct integration between ProScreener and IG  ?

Thanks

Yohan

 

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