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ProRealTime v12


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Hi, I am very interested in V12 as well. I have a couple of questions please:

1. Is there a manual process i can use to connect Pro V12 to IG?

2. What sub version of V12 would be considered stable for IG to implement?

3. Is there a rough ETA on the when we can expect to see V12?

Many thanks in advance

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It's still not released.. Starting to think IG is discontinuing ProRealTime. I asked ProRealTime months ago and they said IG is holding it back - they told me to ask IG instead. According to ProRealTime, the new version has been ready to launch for months. This is becoming a major issue for IG. They really dropped the ball on this one.
IG, at least allow some people to test it.

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I see PRT V12 is available in Demo mode. It has some really useful features on the order ticket with auto position sizing with a market order, Very useful for good risk management. When is PRT V12 coming to the Live accounts please?

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Absolut **** in Beta mode how long does it take you to test a year ?? Saxo bank been running it for months with their customers and so has interactive ?? and you can also get direct for a fee stop the **** and look after your customers and get it released

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