I wonder which retail fx brokers execute stop-orders the "normal" way? I.e. teh way stop-orders are handled in the "real" intebank market. I have asked Oanda, forex.com and FXCM, and none of them do this. They all execute the stop-orders like NO professional trader would like to have them executed. By the "normal" way, I mean the following: If I am short, and I call up the dealing desk at UBS or Deutsche to place a stop order to buy, they will assume that I want to place a BUY-STOP-IF-BID. (they will still ask to be sure, but 99,9% of clients will opt for this option). Such an order is triggered if the BID price in the market goes above the trigger price, and is then filled at market, i.e. at the ASK price at that time. This way I will be filled at a slightly worse price compared to a BUY-STOP_IF_ASK (wjich will trigger slightly earlier), but I will avoid being stopped out from just having the bid-ask spread widen without the actual bid reaching my trigger price. So, the question is, which retail brokers offer this kind of execution of stops?