Slippage, how to determine the number of pips

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zippy
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zippy  

Hello everyone,

I saw a "Slippage" tab at the Signal Provider page, it was written as follows:

USDJPY 0.01 x 19

EURJPY 0.10 x 5

Meaning 1 pip slippage had happened 19 times for USDJPY?

Meaning 10 pips slippage had happened 5 times EURJPY?

Thank you,

zippy
954
zippy  
zippy:

Hello everyone,

I saw a "Slippage" tab at the Signal Provider page, it was written as follows:

USDJPY 0.01 x 19

EURJPY 0.10 x 5

Meaning 1 pip slippage had happened 19 times for USDJPY?

Meaning 10 pips slippage had happened 5 times EURJPY?

Thank you,


How about:

USDCAD 0.03 x 5?

3 pips slippage?

Eleni Anna Branou
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Eleni Anna Branou  
zippy:


How about:

USDCAD 0.03 x 5?

3 pips slippage?


The first reading is the slippage between signal's provider broker and indicated one in points (not pips).

The second reading is the number of executed trades the slippage figure is based on.

So, USDCAD 0.03 x 5 means 0.03 points slippage over 5 executed trades.

zippy
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zippy  
Thank you Eleni, it helps.
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