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Hello, I've enabled L2 data in the data-feeds for NASDAQ but I cant work out where this is displayed for a particular stock. Do I need to have the DMA L2 dealer for this? Is it not available on the IG trading platform? 

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1 minute ago, loch78 said:

Hello, I've enabled L2 data in the data-feeds for NASDAQ but I cant work out where this is displayed for a particular stock. Do I need to have the DMA L2 dealer for this? Is it not available on the IG trading platform? 

Thanks

Hi, yes you need to be on the DMA platform to see the L2 data.

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

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Great, and Thanks for the prompt reply! 

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