For main stream usa brokers like Forex.com and MB Trading, is slippage (difference between last price and entry price) equal to the spreads they advertise? MB trading offers up to 0.1 pip spreads, with spreads under 1 pip on EUR-USD typical. This means I'll get in at 0.1 pips below the last price? The reason why I'm asking is that Ninja Trader 7 market replay shows the EUR-USD spreads to usually be at 2 to 3 pips, with it rarely at 1 pip. So when I enter a trade, I'm paying $20-$80 "commission" (slippage) per 100,000 units. I know I am a newb please forgive me. Thanks for helping me out.