Suppose you place a market buy order when a commodity is at 100 and the broker screws up and does not execute the order. Hours later, or the next morning, while you are screaming "where's my fill" the market is at 95. If the broker then buys it, is the broker supposed to give you the 100 price or the 95 price? Twice in the last two years I have a suspicion that this has happened but the broker has said that they were backed up, etc. If the answer to question 1 is 95, the price that he buys it at after he realizes the screw up, but he is saying that it was filled promptly at 100 but they had misplaced the fill report, can I see the ticket that shows at what time and at what price it was bought for me?