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jusrus

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  1. Been stopped out at a slight new high today on Wall Street contract - no problem, happens all the time. But further investigation reveals that neither Wall Street cash nor Wall Street futures made a new high (cash at least five points short). The only thing that made a new high was IG Wall Street contract. So as IG use the futures to hedge against our bets back to back, how did I get stopped out? The offer in the actual futures should have meant that IG were a seller below the level where I was stopped, even given the spread. That meant that IG sold me my stop loss purchases but took a far greater back to back profit that they usually do - that's not on...! Any thoughts?
  2. First print was just under 26400, then market moved up and down for next 25 seconds before reaching the level I was filled at - IG say I was filled manually - they are looking into it.
  3. I was short Wall Street over the weekend. The market opened around 26400 Sunday night, below my buy order to cover the position, yet my fill was 30 odd points higher. Surely my position would be covered at the market on the opening and I would be given the better price. I worked on the trading floors for twenty years and you were required to give the customer the better price rather than filling them at their level and pocketing the difference. Is that not the case with IG?
  4. I was short Wall Street over the weekend. The market opened around 26400 Sunday night, below my buy order to cover the position, yet my fill was 30 odd points higher. Surely my position would be covered at the market on the opening and I would be given the better price. I worked on the trading floors for twenty years and you were required to give the customer the better price rather than filling them at their level and pocketing the difference. Is that not the case with IG?
  5. I was short Wall Street over the weekend. The market opened around 26400 Sunday night, below my buy order to cover the position, yet my fill was 30 odd points higher. Surely my position would be covered at the market on the opening and I would be given the better price. I worked on the trading floors for twenty years and you were required to give the customer the better price rather than filling them at their level and pocketing the difference. Is that not the case with IG?
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