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Redbaron81 Jul 20, 2018 2:42pm | Post# 1

Global Prime Big Slippage?
 
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I got slipped 50 pips today on the CAD announcement with global prime, on a small lot as well. I opened account with them few days ago, is this the experience I can expect? I'm mad because some people I know with different brokers made good money on that move...

Anyone with GP trade news with them? How are the fills?
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candyman752 Jul 20, 2018 2:55pm | Post# 2

that was one heck of whooopa. 50 pip slippage
this link shows that they are the best aussie broker https://www.thesearcherslist.com/201...t-spreads.html
But it looks like they need to tighten up their execution. 50 pips ain't acceptable

Redbaron81 Jul 20, 2018 3:05pm | Post# 3

that was one heck of whooopa. 50 pip slippage this link shows that they are the best aussie broker https://www.thesearcherslist.com/201...t-spreads.html But it looks like they need to tighten up their execution. 50 pips ain't acceptable
Hey Buddy! ok I will take a look at it, thank you. I miss IC markets...they kicked Canadians off. I was making good money with them trading news...So sad. Worst case I got slipped 10-15 pips MAX and were talking NFP...First trade with these guys BOOM 50 pips...And I trade bigger lots this was just a test, now I'm scared...

Drolph Jul 20, 2018 4:21pm | Post# 4

I was watching the price jump by accident and have to smile when reading these blaming threads afterwards.
It is always the same. Trading during news is NEVER reliable. Hate the broker, switch to another and you will face the same issue sooner or later again.

If you are smart you will realize, that it is not the broker who is to blame here. It is simply the market. Reality is mostly the hardest ..

Redbaron81 Jul 20, 2018 4:52pm | Post# 5

I was watching the price jump by accident and have to smile when reading these blaming threads afterwards. It is always the same. Trading during news is NEVER reliable. Hate the broker, switch to another and you will face the same issue sooner or later again. If you are smart you will realize, that it is not the broker who is to blame here. It is simply the market. Reality is mostly the hardest ..
Then how come I never got slipped 50 pips on IC markets trading news with them for 3 years?...Some brokers do have deeper liquidity then others. Believe what you want, that's why I asked people who trade news whats their experience. If you don't trade news you don't have the experience.

The-Flipper Jul 20, 2018 6:31pm | Post# 6

I have dealt derivatives/knock out options directly with banks.
My experience is that almost all pull the plug right before/after big news.

FX is not different, the liquidity is in these moments extremely thin.

Broker without slippage are usually bucket shops.

MrPresident Jul 20, 2018 7:57pm | Post# 7

Every broker has slippage problems and how much will depend on how high of an impact the news event has on the market.

IC Markets also slips and my worst experience was during the surprise CAD interest rate decision last year which moved the market ~300 pips and I got slipped about 150 pips, but I was in profit and I couldn't close my position to take the money quickly enough.

The only thing that I don't like about Global Prime is that they don't protect your account from a negative balance, which sucks because you might have to pay for it. They also seem kind of shady since their management is likely from China and not Australia and their website has broken pages, which makes it look cheap. I personally think that their reviews on FPA and elsewhere are too good and fake.

If you do have a favorite broker and you are a profitable trader, then you will find a way to trade outside of Canada by opening a company offshore or some other way. I like IC Markets as a Canadian too and I am continuing to trade with them but through an offshore company. A good bank in the Caribbean requires a big deposit > $100,000 USD to open up an account for an international business company, so this route is not for everyone. You might find some sketchy bank but they can steal your money.

Some people can try to open a U.K company and trade through there instead. Benefit of an offshore company is obviously 0% tax and possibly anonymity, but you still have to declare what you own to your tax authority wherever you reside. So, you get extra protection from problems such as negative balance as the broker likely won't come after a shell company.

skoda2008 Jul 23, 2018 6:43am | Post# 8

Global Prime recommend against it themselves...

https://www.globalprime.com.au/faq/d...announcements/

I remember Jeremy from Global Prime recommending against trading news with them several years ago, but I haven't traded with them for a long time to know first hand, having used IC Markets instead.

Edit: How this just got moved out of the broker section is beyond me? Did whoever moved it even read it???!!!!

candyman752 Aug 4, 2018 6:53am | Post# 9

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