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Hello Is anyone familiar with this issue where the dealer wont execute.

 

Thankfully its only costing me paper money as I was trading some new instruments for the first time. Otherwise I would have lost profit and lost way beyond my stop on another?

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6 hours ago, BASA said:

Hello Is anyone familiar with this issue where the dealer wont execute.

 

Thankfully its only costing me paper money as I was trading some new instruments for the first time. Otherwise I would have lost profit and lost way beyond my stop on another?

Some input from IG on this would be helpful as a  result of this I am now thousands negative in my paper trade. Very reluctant to use my live platform until I get an explanation. 

The error I received was "Order Processor Cant Execute due to High Demand"

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