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Percentage of accounts that are short/long on a currencypair?


DennisFx

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Hi,

I just opened an account for demotrading. I'm interested in knowing the percentage of client accounts that are short/long on a currency pair. So far I was not able to find this information on the webplatform. 

Can anyone tell me where to find this information on the webplatform?

Kind regards,

Dennis

 

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17 hours ago, DennisFx said:

Hi,

I just opened an account for demotrading. I'm interested in knowing the percentage of client accounts that are short/long on a currency pair. So far I was not able to find this information on the webplatform. 

Can anyone tell me where to find this information on the webplatform?

Kind regards,

Dennis

 

Hi @DennisFx

Thank you for contacting us. We do not have the option to view market data on the demo account. This feature is only available on live accounts. All the best, OfentseIG

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