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Hi Guys,

I am from India and currently lives in Poland, because of my full time project work. I am having some solid Trading experience in Forex market with Demo Account. This is planning to start the trading with Live account and chosen the IG as my broker.

I am using Price Action strategy and have been using Tradingview in my IPAD 12.9” to analyse my trade. I have tried the Web platform provided by IG, and somehow it was good. But it was not that much user friendly and trying to download IPad version. Unfortunately it haven’t supported by my region and couldn’t find the app in AppStore.

I would like to know that, does anyone found issue or workaround to overcome the situation? Or any other better alternative ?

 

Basically I need a clean chart with standard tools such as Horizontal line, square, circle and etc… and EMA.

 

Thanks in Advance,

Mani

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18 hours ago, Adhavan said:

Hi Guys,

I am from India and currently lives in Poland, because of my full time project work. I am having some solid Trading experience in Forex market with Demo Account. This is planning to start the trading with Live account and chosen the IG as my broker.

I am using Price Action strategy and have been using Tradingview in my IPAD 12.9” to analyse my trade. I have tried the Web platform provided by IG, and somehow it was good. But it was not that much user friendly and trying to download IPad version. Unfortunately it haven’t supported by my region and couldn’t find the app in AppStore.

I would like to know that, does anyone found issue or workaround to overcome the situation? Or any other better alternative ?

 

Basically I need a clean chart with standard tools such as Horizontal line, square, circle and etc… and EMA.

 

Thanks in Advance,

Mani

Hi @Adhavan

Thanks for reaching out. Unfortunately it is not supported by your region and cannot find it in the AppStore because of regulatory reasons we are currently unable to open new accounts for people resident in Poland.

If you have already opened an IG account, you can log in and trade as before, open MyIG.

 

All the best - MongiIG

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2 hours ago, MongiIG said:

Hi @Adhavan

Thanks for reaching out. Unfortunately it is not supported by your region and cannot find it in the AppStore because of regulatory reasons we are currently unable to open new accounts for people resident in Poland.

If you have already opened an IG account, you can log in and trade as before, open MyIG.

 

All the best - MongiIG

I have opened the Account using my India Details (Address proof/ID card) and currently staying in Poland.

Am I legally trade with IG?

Mani

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9 hours ago, Adhavan said:

I have opened the Account using my India Details (Address proof/ID card) and currently staying in Poland.

Am I legally trade with IG?

Mani

Hi @Adhavan,

How long will you be staying in Poland? Will you be paying tax in Poland?

Thank you - Arvin
 

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6 hours ago, ArvinIG said:

Hi @Adhavan,

How long will you be staying in Poland? Will you be paying tax in Poland?

Thank you - Arvin
 

Hi Arvin,

I am expecting to be here for next 1 year and also currently I am a Tax payer in Poland.

 

Mani

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27 minutes ago, Adhavan said:

Hi Arvin,

I am expecting to be here for next 1 year and also currently I am a Tax payer in Poland.

 

Mani

Hi @Adhavan Mani,

I consulted with the account opening team, they advised that your application will be decliened as we do not offer accounts in Poland.

All the best - Arvin

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