Hi guys, normally slippage should be part of how the markets work. If the broker sends all your orders to the market, the chance to have a slippage always exists. But it can be both negative or positive. If your slippage is constantly negative, this could be a red signal about the broker having a dealing desk.As far as I know, LMAX acts like a virtual exchange where all participants are anonymous. The No last look setup affects more the spreads, rather than the slippage. Based on the volume of your order, the traded instrument (major, minor or exotic currency pair) and the time you place it, y...
We could look at the case with pro traders sharing live signals from a different perspective:How about if a pro trader has 1000 followers that trade with significant amount of money copying his positions? The price trend is formed by the trades opened so the more people trade in the same direction, the better. Maybe this could be of an advantage also for the pro trader. Of course this is quite simplistic example and things do not work always in ideal conditions. But just thinking out loud of a possible reason for a pro to share signals, apart from earning money for it.