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Demo Account Still Glitchy

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do we have an expected time for the demo acc dealing platform to be re-instated. 

Indices (S&P 500 cash) are still glitchy.

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14 hours ago, dufc1983 said:

Do we have an expected time for the demo acc dealing platform to be re-instated. 

Indices (S&P 500 cash) are still glitchy.

what are you seeing specifically? 

I can investigate. 

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Hi @JamesIG,  the apple daily chart on demo still playing up, puts a long tail on the last day's candle every day.

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