Iâve been trading every day, full time, for the last 8 months and Iâm only just starting understand how the markets really work. As a result Iâm gaining more confidence and really believe I will actually make it as a trader. Iâm quite happy with my method but I have yet to fully master it. I no longer panic when I lose money but it still takes me around an hour to get to terms with it. The majority of my losses have been due to the occasional meltdown, at which time I will ignore my rules and trade âon the flyâ. This impulsiveness has been a real problem for me, accounting for a large percentage of my overall losses and Iâm still trying to learn how to control over it. The most itâs been down is 16% and the highest itâs been was 97%. The only reason Iâm still around is due to my risk management rules, which I do not violate. I have a few questions for those of you who may have some insight: Â·Do you know of any methods to help control impulsive trading? Â·Do you guys think is would be wiser to focus on a single currency pair as opposed to trading several? (Up until now Iâve been trading as many as three). If so, is it practical to trade a single currency pair but using multiple time frames? In other words I may have a long position on derived from 2-hour chart, but trade in and around it using signals from a 10min chart in order to take advantage of opportunities in shorter time frames. I appreciate your responses. Thanks.