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Want to be featured in the next Community newsletter? This is how it works, see below:

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All the best - MongiIG


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Hi @MongiIG,

Looking forward to reading the first newsletter, it's a great idea!

I have been an IG client for 20+ years and I am a software developer.

Could I suggest a topic/post for the newsletter?

I have built some software which I use everyday with my IG account to keep track of the market, my positions, my trade history as well as help me generate and test trading ideas.

The software is an Excel Add-in: https://www.excelpricefeed.com/

I have a built something that many IG clients are using and I think it would be great if more clients could find out about my software. I can write a post for the newsletter about how my software is used by clients to assist with and improve their trading. I hope this is suitable material for the newsletter.


Andrew Sinclair

Coderun Technologies Ltd

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