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Does RT have an inbuilt Screener?


nit2wynit

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Hi, sorry, struggling to find any definitive info on this.

 

I can no longer tolerate the the search frustration to find suitable instruments using the Retail Platform.

What are the main advantages of ProRealTime over the Retail Platform?  Does it have a screener to search for Price Range, Gappers etc.?

 

Thanks.

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5 minutes ago, nit2wynit said:

Hi, sorry, struggling to find any definitive info on this.

 

I can no longer tolerate the the search frustration to find suitable instruments using the Retail Platform.

What are the main advantages of ProRealTime over the Retail Platform?  Does it have a screener to search for Price Range, Gappers etc.?

 

Thanks.

These links might help;

https://www.prorealtime.com/en/video-59-pop

https://www.prorealtime.com/en/stock-screener-proscreener

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Is it safe to assume that ALL Broker Retail Platforms Don't include a dedicated Filter?

Is it widely understood that in order to Trade effectively, you will also need a Screener, not necessarily provided by your Broker?

I think I need to go back to the start for a pre-requisite checklist of Tools and News functions.  I've attacked this entirely in the wrong way.  Im disappointed in myself that I've been going since February and still not figured this out.

Is it rude of me to ask you @Caseynotes what you are using?

Do you work for IG?
 

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2 minutes ago, nit2wynit said:

Is it safe to assume that ALL Broker Retail Platforms Don't include a dedicated Filter?

Is it widely understood that in order to Trade effectively, you will also need a Screener, not necessarily provided by your Broker?

I think I need to go back to the start for a pre-requisite checklist of Tools and News functions.  I've attacked this entirely in the wrong way.  Im disappointed in myself that I've been going since February and still not figured this out.

Is it rude of me to ask you @Caseynotes what you are using?

Do you work for IG?
 

Some brokers have them, most of the smaller ones won't, specialist pay for screener web sites should have better ones, not sure why you should think you should have 'got it' in just a few months.

I don't use one because I don't need one because I'm not looking for needles in haystacks 🙂 and no I don't work for IG, I only come on here because it routinely gives me something to laugh at.

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