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I have the same issue . I even pay for NYSE. and NASDQ. as well. to cover all USA stocks.  I get no L2 DATA (level2)  and I can not see DEPTH on MARKET .... ( any stock from USA) ....

How can one take a position not knowing how many people( how many shares) are there for . sell/buy ....???? 

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2 hours ago, GAtherton said:

Under data feeds I'm unable to check Level 1 Live feed Amex(US) , only have the default setting available . ASX ok re live feed . I have completed W8-BEN and can trade US until 31/12/24...How can I trade on live platform Amex(US) ?

 

3 minutes ago, amilio said:

I have the same issue . I even pay for NYSE. and NASDQ. as well. to cover all USA stocks.  I get no L2 DATA (level2)  and I can not see DEPTH on MARKET .... ( any stock from USA) ....

How can one take a position not knowing how many people( how many shares) are there for . sell/buy ....???? 

HI all,

Please reach out to helpdesk.au@ig.com with a screenshot of your data feed for further assistance.

All the best - Arvin

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NO THING  appears on any USA market depth is always blank.... .I asked and they told me its IT...  then  IT told me its ACCOUNT..... ping pong really... the depth is available on uk market .   i don't know about any other market .... do correct me if I'm wrong as I'm paying for the data fees  with no joy ....

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2 hours ago, amilio said:

NO THING  appears on any USA market depth is always blank.... .I asked and they told me its IT...  then  IT told me its ACCOUNT..... ping pong really... the depth is available on uk market .   i don't know about any other market .... do correct me if I'm wrong as I'm paying for the data fees  with no joy ....

 

2 hours ago, amilio said:

NO THING  appears on any USA market depth is always blank.... .I asked and they told me its IT...  then  IT told me its ACCOUNT..... ping pong really... the depth is available on uk market .   i don't know about any other market .... do correct me if I'm wrong as I'm paying for the data fees  with no joy ....

HI, 

We do not offer market depth US equities. With the subscription you will get access to live pricing, this explain why the pricing is lower that the other feeds.

If you need further assistance please reach out to helpdesk.uk@ig.com.

I hope that it helps.

All the best - Arvin



 

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