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When a Stop is Not a Stop

When a Stop is Not a Stop

5 Years ago | January 20, 2015 00:00:00

I wrote an article around this time last year showing the difference between the way a bank handles stops and the way a forex broker treats stops (see below). As you will read, an electronic trading platform works in favor of the broker as it can execute a stop even if the market does not actually trade at that level. This is especially true when spreads widen ahead of or after key events but can also happen in close calls.

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