Hello, I have a mini Forex account with MBtrading and they provide the Navigator software to execute trades. Today, 3/20/06 @ 6:25am my stop for the short position I had in the GBP/USD was triggered. My stop was at 1.7579 and I got filled at 1.7578. I looked at the market chart and there were trades at that price. The highest price (both on MBtrading's data feed and Real Tick's datafeed) was the same at 1.7577 on both charts. When I asked MBTrading why it was triggered they said because on level 2 there was a bid or ask at that price. I understand that MBtrading isn't a direct access forex broker but how come if I got triggered at 1.7578 it's not reflected in any datafeed? Does this mean they can just take out any stop orders at will, regardless to what the market is doing? My question is, is this normal? If so, what can I do to "hide" my stop orders? Thanks in advance for any feedback.