Hi. Any thoughts on this: I have a system I am ready to trade. Takes 1 trade a day (avg. sometimes 2). Proitable (on paper of course!). Very comfortable with it. Takes trades from 9:30 - 3:30, and always exits 4 PM. 1 minute data only. Now the question: This system preforms best only with initial stop loss (around a few hundred dollars), BUT NO profit taking rules. If I add profit taking rules, system still preforms well, but not as good (expectancy drops a few cents, which affects all others like profit factor). Now this is risky (in theory, no profit taking rules). I see many trades on my MFE plot (MFE plot that turn into losers - this year, for example, 2 11+ gains turning into less gains). But, system is ok on paper without any parameters. I have tried many profit taking rules, like adding indicators (adaptive MA, ADX, etc) but none are right for telling me to exit (usually, price always returns to where I was before). Would you trade this with just initial stop OR would you be on safe side to protect profits, by adding rules? Now, I am leaning toward just initial stop and thats it.