I agree with @CrazyTrader , I use Pepperstone with my 'Consistent Forex Growth Strategy' and havn't had any issues with slippage. In fact they are the tightest MT4 broker I have ever used.
If your trading news you need to learn to deal with the slippage both slightly before and after the news event. Have you tried not trading the news perhaps? maybe something like Price Action (which is what I use) would yeild better results.
Not trolling, wish you the best of luck with your trades, whatever style they are.
That's why I don't trade with sl. It jumps spread for a second then returns to normal. There is however something else that bothers me with pepperstone, at news time they tend to freeze mt4, can happen for 2 minutes even, and if there is still volatility they can freeze it again for a few seconds. And it wasn't my connection as i observed fxpro chart on the same pair, fxpro was moving, pepperstone stood still.
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