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windgod123

Medlem sedan Jul 29, 2011  16 poster Henry (windgod123) Jan 16 2012 at 10:27
Hi,

It would please very very useful if you can add 'Slippage' column next to the 'Close Price' column.

Basically, the calculation would just be the different between close price & SL/TP. In terms of pips and it could be +ve/-ve, though most of the time it will be -ve.

It will be a very useful measure to see how each broker performing and help to identify/monitor if there's huge slippage in certain trade.

Thanks in advance!

Henry



James_Bond

Medlem sedan Jan 14, 2010  556 poster James_Bond Jan 16 2012 at 13:27
How would you know if it's in fact slippage or the user simply closed the trade before the sl/tp was triggered? If you don't know that, then it would be a very misleading metric.

windgod123

Medlem sedan Jul 29, 2011  16 poster Henry (windgod123) Jan 17 2012 at 01:46
I see what you mean James.

Usually if SL is triggered, it will be highlighted in Red
Same if TP is triggered, it will be highlighted in Green
So that we know whether SL/TP is triggered, and slippage should be calculated in this case. Else it should have no value.

Hope that clarifies it.

Henry

windgod123

Medlem sedan Jul 29, 2011  16 poster Henry (windgod123) Jan 31 2012 at 09:33
Any comments from another traders?

cyberryder

Medlem sedan Dec 22, 2010  56 poster cyberryder Sep 30 2012 at 17:55
would be VERY usefull to have this on a trade by trade basis at least for the SL and TP trades smiley

innd

Medlem sedan Oct 17, 2013  1 poster innd Mar 22 at 11:25
I'm really looking forward to this feature, include enter limit/stop orders slippage, total slippage, avg slippage,max slippage, slippage standard deviation, trade slippage radio, slippage Distributed...

CrazyTrader

Medlem sedan Nov 21, 2011  811 poster CrazyTrader (CrazyTrader) Mar 30 at 15:23
windgod123 posted:
I see what you mean James.

Usually if SL is triggered, it will be highlighted in Red
Same if TP is triggered, it will be highlighted in Green
So that we know whether SL/TP is triggered, and slippage should be calculated in this case. Else it should have no value.

Hope that clarifies it.

Henry


Yes color is the data to look at to include or not the trades into global slippage ratio.

But the color is a visual information... and I'm not sure it is possible to use it.

By the way, I still do +1 as it's a good idea to compare brokers.

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kivatrading

Medlem sedan Oct 15, 2013  21 poster kivatrading Apr 08 at 12:31
Yes I agree! I would like to see this kind of information!

tigpips

Medlem sedan Jun 09, 2011  182 poster tigpips Jun 18 at 08:11
Yea the slippage feature would be an awesome function for us traders.

investisseurfr

Medlem sedan Nov 09, 2013  16 poster investisseurfr Aug 01 at 09:52
You will never have this function : slippage and fxbook erroneous entries/exitst is very very bad.

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