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DrVodka
Aug 16 2012 at 20:15
297 posts
i just wondering is it normal or not.. ????

 i had a long trade with SL at 1.23706 and ofcose i got stopped but the price never actually got to 1.23706 last candle i could find was 1.23700


so i wondering is it normal/right for broker to fill order even if its 0.00006 short of target ?????

James_Bond
Aug 19 2012 at 12:29
556 posts
DrVodka posted:
i just wondering is it normal or not.. ????

 i had a long trade with SL at 1.23706 and ofcose i got stopped but the price never actually got to 1.23706 last candle i could find was 1.23700


so i wondering is it normal/right for broker to fill order even if its 0.00006 short of target ?????


That would be normal during an economic even. The price you see on the chart doesn't include spread but is the ask (or the bid). If for example the spread at that moment had an extra 0.6 pips (as in your post), then you can treat it as if price went that far.

DrVodka
Aug 20 2012 at 23:57
297 posts
thanks james .i was well mad at them for doing this to me ..its just not fair 😇

James_Bond
Aug 21 2012 at 07:56
556 posts
DrVodka posted:
thanks james .i was well mad at them for doing this to me ..its just not fair 😇


Yeah, I know the feeling. It may look like the broker is trying to hunt your stop, but sometimes it's just the nature of this game 😄

stevewalker
stevewalker
Aug 21 2012 at 08:29
1439 posts
see this

0.1 pip ( 1/10 pip )

PS : it seems larger on chart due Pepperstone has 0.5 pip mismatch between market price and chart.




DrVodka
Aug 21 2012 at 23:25
297 posts
to be fair i dont think any broker in the world can hunt your SL , even if they want to , they wont be able to ..its just economically not viable .. u need to spend hundreds of millions to move market a bit in LOW VOLUME .. and if my account i only 100- 2000 $ whats the point in this ???

who ever saying SL hinting is REAL are MAD .. thats what i t5hink

stevewalker
stevewalker
Aug 21 2012 at 23:53
1439 posts
so you think they move market to hunt your stop.
if so then you are the one who is MAD.

walker

PS : Google Spike, helps😂
DrVodka posted:
 to be fair i dont think any broker in the world can hunt your SL , even if they want to , they wont be able to ..its just economically not viable .. u need to spend hundreds of millions to move market a bit in LOW VOLUME .. and if my account i only 100- 2000 $ whats the point in this ???

who ever saying SL hinting is REAL are MAD .. thats what i t5hink

stevewalker
stevewalker
Aug 21 2012 at 23:56
1439 posts
BTW this is not stop hunting. its just a matter of price move. I just post to show those happens everyday.


stevewalker posted:
see this

0.1 pip ( 1/10 pip )

PS : it seems larger on chart due Pepperstone has 0.5 pip mismatch between market price and chart.




dlathrop
Aug 21 2012 at 23:57
33 posts
DrVodka posted:
i just wondering is it normal or not.. ????

 i had a long trade with SL at 1.23706 and ofcose i got stopped but the price never actually got to 1.23706 last candle i could find was 1.23700


so i wondering is it normal/right for broker to fill order even if its 0.00006 short of target ?????


It sounds like the price action on your chart is just the bid. If you change it to the 'ask' price, you'll probably see a number greater than or equal to 1.23706 in the place where you were knocked out.

There are risk-lovers and there are risk-haters, but the best traders will take the risk as long as they get paid for it.
DrVodka
Aug 22 2012 at 00:32
297 posts
stevewalker u got 702 post since Jun 06, 2012 . they dont even have that many days in 3 mounts , u need to post 7 post a day - every day to get 702 . i think u just FULL OF CR@P ....no rashinal person will post 702 posts in 3 mounts .. only MAD person ..thats my opinion

P.s dont bother to ansver



P.S.S it just happened to me again my SL got hit on EUR/USD sl was 1.24750 at 01.16 GMT but price never even got there this time price went up to .1.24735 on my chart witch is 1.6 pips short of my SL . is it normal ??

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