The primary method used to execute a trade on a Saxo Bank platform is to 'trade on quote'. "What you see is what you get".
When you click on a 'green' tradable price, you will be executed on that particular price, or in the rare event, not executed at all.
If the price moves too much - either up or down - from the time you place the trade, to the time when the request arrives at Saxo Bank, the trade request might be rejected. This goes for the scenario where the price has moved significantly against the client as well as movements significantly in favour of the client.
Other retail Forex brokers don’t have a concept of 'trade on quote'. When you trade on competitors' platforms and click on a buy or sell button, the trade request is converted into a Market order – meaning you can be slipped unlimited and do not know upfront which price you will get.
Trading FX with Saxo Bank on 'green' tradable prices gives transparent pricing as you know upfront which price you will be filled at. That is the price that will be displayed for you on the FX Trade Ticket prior to opening a trade.
Various order types can be used to enter or exit the market at certain price levels. See