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The charts always default to 20 / 50 / 100 periods simple moving average.


The 100-period average is hardly ever used in technicals, the 200-period average is much more mainstream. Why not change the third default from 100 to 200.



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Thanks for sharing your idea.


We are always looking to improve our platform and so I will be sure to pass on your feedback to the head of the Technical charts team as we regularly review what we offer and we can do to add value to a clients strategy and experience with our platforms.


Thanks again David!

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