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Update Exponential Moving Average Values


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Guest Sphola

Hi,

 

Help please.

 

The default values for EMA on IG are 20,50,100.

I would like to update these to default to 15,30,60 on desktop/laptop.

Does anyone know how I can update these values so i don't have to keep updating these values each time i open Charts.

 

Note on the App(Android), these have been automatically updated.

I just opened the chart, updated the values and the app seem to have saved these values.

So each time i open the chart on the App, the EMA values are always (15,30,60), that's exactly how 

 

 

 

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