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I would like to purchase additional drawing tools for mt4 in order to make better notes on my charts. Does  Ig have anything like this or can you recommend a link 

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17 hours ago, anna123 said:

I would like to purchase additional drawing tools for mt4 in order to make better notes on my charts. Does  Ig have anything like this or can you recommend a link 

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You could try the MT4/5 website https://www.mql5.com/en/market/mt4

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