I keep seeing recommendations like the following (this one from a recent public recommendation on Alaron's web site): Buy April crude at 10185 - stop 10085. Logically, the risk on the trade is $1000. But in a fast-moving market such as oil, it would seem to me that the price is going to move well through the stop on an adverse move. I'm trying to calculate how much recommendations such as these have actually made. I know how much the ones that had a profit target that was hit made. Can someone who trades oil frequently give me an idea how much slippage generally occurs when an adverse move occurs and a stop is hit?