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Chart showing historical spread for a share


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Hi, is there an option to show the historical spread for a share on a chart? For example, I'm looking at "Next Fifteen Communications Group PLC", but with a spread of over 3% I'm a little put off. It would give me more confidence to buy if I knew whether this spread is historically normal for this share.

 

Failing that, being able to get both the bid and ask price on the same chart, as a line graph, would suffice. I can change the chart to show one or the other, (or mid price or last traded) but I can't (see how to) combine two.

 

Thanks, Anders.

 

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Hi

 

At the moment we do not have any indicator to display historical spread, we also do not have the ability on the charts to display the bid, ask and mid price at the same time.

 

I will send your suggestion to our developers to be considered in future updates, it might be possible to add indicators that will display spread based on the date of the candles, the same could apply to the prices where the candles could maybe overlap or have a line on the chart displaying the mid/bid/ask price along with the current price that is viewed similar to what is available on MT4.

 

Thanks

Anton

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