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Hey IG I need more indicators how can I add more indicators to my chart, there are only 27 right now. we need at least 50 more

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@20000,

Why do you need so many indicators? Why at least 50?

Do you have any specific indicators in mind that IG do not provide? This information would be more useful to the IG Community. If you can explain why these indicators that IG do not provide would be beneficial to other traders using IG's platform then it would really enhance this discussion. 

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On ‎14‎/‎12‎/‎2018 at 21:35, 20000 said:

Hey IG I need more indicators how can I add more indicators to my chart, there are only 27 right now. we need at least 50 more

yes I agree - but think we should have 500 more. 77 wouldn't be enough. As you can see from my chart below, potato futures are a keen buy.

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K.I.S.S.               the clearer the better

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54 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

This should clear up a few things, when it comes to indicators on a chart more is always more;

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@elle,

I agree it is nice to keep charts simple.

@Caseynotes, LOL. 😀 Do not give certain people any more ideas as otherwise there will be E-F-G and 4-5-6 and Red-Blue-Green and then back to 3-4-5 before G-H-I. 

 

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7 hours ago, cryptotrader said:

yes I agree - but think we should have 500 more. 77 wouldn't be enough. As you can see from my chart below, potato futures are a keen buy.

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its telling u to go long 

 

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