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Guest Fouad

I do have the same concerns and I wonder if someone from IG support can give us any explanation.

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Guest Vision

Looking for the same answer to your question.

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Guest BONEZ

IG, when will we get an update on ProRealTime v11? Plenty of indicators, options which aren't available on v 10.3

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Guest guest

Joining your questions. I am waiting since last year. Wondering what takes so long.

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Guest BLASTOISE

IG any update? How are we so behind schedule ?

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I would good to know from IG the schedule to role plan for ProRealTime 11.1. I have used the demo of it and it hard to switch back to old version which IG is currently using.

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Guest Jack

We are now nearly at end of 2nd quarter in 2020, no word from IG. Is it only my who thinks IG does not care about so many clients asking the same question.

Its time for IG to wave up and release V11 asap. This is too much.,

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Guest Jack

Now in 3rd Quarter. IG has failed multiple times. I dont know if they realise they are losing customers. Innovative companies like robinhood and others are taking over. IG is struggling to apply a software built by another company. 

Something is wrong with IG.

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Guest Mike

Would you please let me know when prorealtime will be upgrade to version 11?

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