I entered a trade for ARP on 15 August with a stop loss (non-guaranteed) and got stopped out a few days later.
When I was stopped out I checked the trading log and had these two messages:
Closed stop loss position: 11 ARP with strike at 9.36, &
Completed: sold 80 ARP at 9.25
Considering that my stop loss was at 9.36, does that mean that slippage occurred?
If so, is this usual, and does that mean the rest of the trade was sold/fulfilled at the next available low price?
Are there tactics used (besides having a better entry) to prevent slippage
Sorry if this is a stupid question, I just wanted to be sure.