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Should I be able to see "Market on Close" and other "Direct Market Access" order types on the Web Platform ?

I put £1100 in my account and enabled L2 data for the LSE yesterday. As a result I can now see data from five bids and offers. However the order selector drop down has only six order types, and MOC and LOC are not listed

Is it something I am doing wrong, or are these order types not available on the web platform?

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12 minutes ago, Igi said:

Should I be able to see "Market on Close" and other "Direct Market Access" order types on the Web Platform ?

I put £1100 in my account and enabled L2 data for the LSE yesterday. As a result I can now see data from five bids and offers. However the order selector drop down has only six order types, and MOC and LOC are not listed

Is it something I am doing wrong, or are these order types not available on the web platform?

Hi @Igi, I'm not using DMA myself but just to check the basics, the DMA is a separate platform download from IG and not part of the web based platform.

You should see at close or at open order types from the DMA deal ticket dropdown box, see pic.

You can download the DMA platform and the User Manual from this IG page;

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

 

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