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How to have two prices on one chart?



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1 minute ago, NickBB said:

Hi, is there functionality to show two (or more) prices on one chart?


Many thanks.


Hi @NickBB,

Thank you for your post.
Could you please clarify what you mean by showing two prices?

You can have different windows showing different markets by clicking on the icon at the top right-had corner.
You can also split the charts for the same market.

If you are after market depth you can subscribe to Level 2 to receive such data

Please let us know if it helps.

All the best - Arvin

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22 hours ago, NickBB said:

Hi  and thank you for your swift reply.  For example, ftse100 and national grid,  either rebased at 100 (as below) or showing both with independent scales.



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Hi @NickBB,

Unfortunately, it is not available on our web trading platform. You can have such feature on ProRealTime, IG offers PRT accounts.

I will forward your feedback to the relevant department to be reviewed.

All the best - Arvin

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