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How to use IG ETF Screener

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Guest DekkoHoldings

Looking to build a portfolio comprised of ETFs. IG very conveniently has an ETF screener (https://etfscreener.ig.com). However, selecting the "trade now" option next to each ETF takes me to a login screen each time rather than the instrument. Have tried searching for various ETF symbols and names within my dashboard workplace but this is not turning up results.

Any ideas?

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thanks for this. I am on a desktop. The option for ETFs doesn't actually allow you to search for some reason. Nor am I seeing the option for ETC and trackers.

See screenshot attached. Am I in the wrong place? Will try mobile app in the mean time.

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that is exactly what I would expect to see from the search function but this isn't appearing in my account (which is CFD). As a workaround I am searching from the mobile app where this functionality is available then saving to watchlists which can then be used from the desktop without issue.

Bit of an odd one...

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