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Can anyone recommend a good and free pre market scanner for US stocks please?


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1 hour ago, dbhill said:

Hello,

Can anyone recommend a free pre-market scanner please? I used to use Trade Ideas which has stopped showing premarket info for me now..

Thanks very much

D

hi, there has been some discussions on scanners and screeners in the past, you could try the forum search box and take a look.

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Good and free?  Why do you think anyone is going to give away good stuff for free?  Do you know what the average trader is like?  As soon as they become profitable they open up a training business to make themselves even richer  :D

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12 hours ago, dbhill said:

Hello,

Can anyone recommend a free pre-market scanner please? I used to use Trade Ideas which has stopped showing premarket info for me now..

Thanks very much

D

Hello,

IG offers ProRealTime which comes with an excellent built in scanner.  You can easily drag & drop scanning settings or get right down to easy to understand programming, with excellent programming help from other users at Prorealcode.  The prorealcode offers many who write code for free & they can be used for scanning as well as auto trading if you feel brave.  Be wary with any auto trading, in my opinion as they show good results in back testing but in reality can be Very different.  ProRealTime also has a built in feature which allows you to scan for markets at support & resistance and much more.  I am very grateful for IG providing this for free for only 4 trades a month. https://www.ig.com/au/trading-platforms/prorealtime

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