The lag is good, now I will be anxious to see if they still cancel trades claiming "outside the market".What they are doing is they now have a lag in their execution ( slippage ) as Dutchess said. Before these stories started with these traders, they had instant execution. With a lag, there s nothing you can do. Even if you know the immediate future ( 1/5th of a second away), you cant use the info.
For the "fast mouse ", yes they say they trade manually. If it s the truth, they win with the regulators. If it s not the truth, they have a bad strategy because Avafx could prove deception very easily. In fact, I have some reason to doubt their manual trading even without the technology Avafx have at their disposal.
You think some of these complainants may be using an EA or fancy software to accomplish these trades? Even if so, EA's are not forbidden by Ava are they?
The place I am trying to get to is pretty simple, if a broker's platform accepts a trade that should be it, done deal. No excuses for why your trade was invalid, especially over and over and over again, not to be mentioned to you until you try to take money out. If you cannot create a platform that keeps you, as a broker, protected and insures that all trades are just that, trades, and not just numbers on a screen to be invalidated later, then the brokerage should not be in business.