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How can I get hold of M1 data from IG for backtesting on MT4? I need the data for EURAUD, EURGBP and AUDNZD.

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7 minutes ago, TheDutchman said:

How can I get hold of M1 data from IG for backtesting on MT4? I need the data for EURAUD, EURGBP and AUDNZD.

Don't think you can IG data but you can historical M1 data (I think it's metaquotes) that should be near identical.

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