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New York close charts


Dingbat9

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I currently have a spread bet account with IG and the strategy that I want to use requires me to have New York close charts. Namely, charts which allow me to trade five 24 hour periods each week without Sunday bars. Is this possible  with IG?

I attach an example of what I mean.

Many thanks

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7 hours ago, Dingbat9 said:

I currently have a spread bet account with IG and the strategy that I want to use requires me to have New York close charts. Namely, charts which allow me to trade five 24 hour periods each week without Sunday bars. Is this possible  with IG?

I attach an example of what I mean.

Many thanks

Glenn Aikenimage.thumb.jpg.4f6b5b059a8124135ede71618a1a54b7.jpg

Hi, you can set NY close times using IG's Prorealtime platform (see advanced platforms). 

The Sunday candle really just adds or subtracts from any weekend gap, the bigger problem is skewing indicators such as pivot points and moving averages but then, as IG is one of the largest service providers, they are still effective as so many are using them.

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