Find out how we aim to consistently achieve the best possible result when handling your orders and executing your trades.
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CFDs are complex instruments. You can lose your money rapidly due to leverage. Please ensure you understand how this product works and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing money. CFDs are complex instruments. You can lose your money rapidly due to leverage. Please ensure you understand how this product works and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing money.
|Markets||Stops - Zero slippage1||Negative slippage||Limits - Positive slippage|
|Markets||Stops - Zero slippage1||Stops - Negative slippage||Limits - Positive slippage||Average negative slippage (in pips)||Average positive slippage (in pips)|
|Markets||Stops - Zero slippage1||Stops - Negative Slippage||Limits - Positive Slippage||Average negative slippage (in pips)||Average positive slippage (in pips)|
1This is based on global data for the IG Group on non-guaranteed stops only.
|Markets||Maximum automatic size (AUD* notional)1|
|Markets||Maximum automatic size (AUD^ notional)1|
|Hong Kong HS50||2,608,000|
The absence of manual orders increases the speed of execution you receive and improves the likelihood of us being able to execute your order at the specified price.
In instances where a greater period of time has elapsed from the order being requested to it being filled, there is an increased likelihood of the price deviating from the one requested.
If you don’t have enough funds in your account to keep your trades open, you’ll be put on margin call.
This refers to when the total capital you’ve deposited - plus or minus any profits or losses - drops below your margin requirement.
At this point, your positions will be at risk of being automatically closed out.