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What is Slippage in Forex Trading? http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/Slippage.html PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE THIS VIDEO SO WE CAN DO MORE! We've heard of slippage but what is it? Says we have USD/JPY being quoted at 110.56 - 110.57; that is the quote given by the broker. You bring up a trade ticket with the intention to make a quick buy trade and hit the 'buy' button for 10 CFDs. You think that you will be filled at 110.57 but you get filled at 110.59. If you use a market order you are subject to slippage. This is because a market order is an instruction to fulfill the trade at any price possible. You can avoid this by using a limit order. The amount of slippage will depend on the volatility and liquidity of the instrument you're trading. Slippage is also dependent on the market conditions at the time, speed of your market connection and on your broker as well. Related Video What is Slippage and How to Avoid It? πŸ˜ŸπŸ™‚ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaVYPGrxykw
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Jade Bryan Jardinico (3 months ago)
Does slippage increases too in big news event even in ECN brokers? I am using FXCM as a retail/private and recently experienced way too high slippage during 1-minute scalping (20+ pips on AUDCAD) from the regular of 2+ pips.
Bears VS Bulls (3 months ago)
I love your videos. You mentioned a trading platform, but there does not seem to be a link in the description. Also, it is avaliable to Australian residents? or do you have any good platform recommendations for Australians. Take care.
Kieran Hawley (3 months ago)
What platform do you recommend?
UKspreadbetting (3 months ago)
http://www.financial-spread-betting.com/spreadbetting/compare-spreads.html
Victor Funk (3 months ago)
Stock Trading Slippage. Slippage in the trading of stocks often occurs when there is a change in spread (the difference in price between what you offer to pay the seller, and what the seller asks you to pay to purchase a stock). In this situation, a market order placed by the trader may get executed at a less favorable price than originally expected. ~ Investopedia
Rowland Turner (3 months ago)
Do they slip on stop losses too?
UKspreadbetting (3 months ago)
Yes, it happens.

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