Since brokers are allowed to trade, don't SUCCESSFUL traders run the risk of their entry/exit prices being used by brokers to trade their own account?

Every trader has his own thesis based on which he trades. Fudging is not a great idea simply because you will never have a complete idea behind the trade.

In fact traders have gone one step further, and developed advanced techniques to fudge :slight_smile: its called the “Hedge Fund Replication”. Suggest you read through some of the article on HFR, you will understand the complexity involved, and probably reasons why it fails.

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Even if the broker trades or someone else trades by copying your trades, what is the problem? Your account won’t be charged with any brokerage, LOL. I don’t see any problem. Let some people earn/profit from your behalf, then God will shower you with many profitable trades. :slight_smile: Be human dude.

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Sudesh,
I urge you to understand what slippage is and how it affects when you start trading a bigger account.