I’ve been struggling to get an AIM SetSqx market order to execute for the last 24 hours even though I can see plenty of volume has been going through in the name (mostly OTC but there have also been multiple auctions since I placed the order). I was wondering if you guys had any tips or approach on how to improve execution chances in this scenario? I read some suggest that breaking the order into smaller chunks might help.
Trading 212 have so far just continued to provide the boilerplate language citing the “low liquidity” excuse even though I can see consistent MM quotes and millions of shares trading through MMs who they could easily access if they cared to…I suppose you get what you pay for - no incentive to care about best execution when they don’t make money on the trades!
@Finki any ideas? (Aside from the ultimate answer which is to open with another broker like Freetrade who can access market makers, which I’ll probably do eventually given this experience).
Thank you in advance!