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I need a level 2 data for US Crude and SP500 and the DAX.  I already have ProRealTime.  

- Can I get level 2 data for those three instruments?

- Can I get an L2 price ladder on PRT or on the web platform?  I see a tradebook on PRT but its not right.

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22 hours ago, backwardation said:

I need a level 2 data for US Crude and SP500 and the DAX.  I already have ProRealTime.  

- Can I get level 2 data for those three instruments?

- Can I get an L2 price ladder on PRT or on the web platform?  I see a tradebook on PRT but its not right.

Hi, L2 data is not provided on PRT or the online platform, you'll need the DMA platform to access L2 data.

https://www.ig.com/uk/l2-trading-platform

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1 minute ago, backwardation said:

@caseynotes Thanks for always having a good answer! DMA looks very interesting.

No problem, make sure you download the DMA manual pdf and have a good look through though I'm told there have been some updates to the platform since it was written.

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