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No Slippage 

Traders in illiquid markets may experience delays and subsequently, suffer from slippage. In these markets, there may be delays in the execution of traders’ orders and thus, market orders could potentially be filled at a different price from the market rate when the order was initially placed. Furthermore, traders may experience difficulty in exiting or selling positions, which greatly compromises the ability to clear profitable trades. In the FX market, there is absolutely no slippage — traders will always get in and out at the price they placed their orders. This is due to the tremendous amount of volume that the FX market generates.

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