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PRT price different to IG price

Guest Shane



I have found differences in historic prices using ProRealTime and the regular IG platform. An example is below for the US stock Iron Mountain Inc (DFB):

On Friday 13th July 2018, this stock had a daily high of 3633. This seems to match other sources.

However, for the same date the IG platform has a daily high of 3696. Both are live accounts and both are DFB versions of the stock. I've seen this lots of times and it is resulting in completely different results for moving averages and donchian channels etc.

Would anyone have an explanation for this?



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Hi guest Shane, not sure what you mean by "both are live accounts". Do you mean you have a PRT account and an IG account?

IG have their own version of PRT that uses the same feed as the IG web based platform, any differences to daily high/low could be down to PRT being set to another time zone different to web based platform which is fixed to GMT. 

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