Bad Fill

Definition - What does Bad Fill mean?

A bad fill is a slang term for a trade that is not executed at the price the trader expected.

ForexDictionary explains Bad Fill

There are several reasons why a trader might get a bad fill, including natural slippage due to volatility, a delay in execution at the broker and even simple inattention on the part of the trader when the order is placed.

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