I was wondering how and if other futures traders add to winning positions. I've read other threads that touch on this subject, but I wanted more information. I guess I would characterize my trading style as intraday swing. I trade the es only. If a trade starts going in the right direction and another entry signal occurs I will add to my original position. I will add to an existing position only twice because I don't want to add to a winning position too far away from where I originally entered. My thinking is that most intraday trends don't last all day and I find my self diluting my average entry price if I keep adding. eventually the trend will turn and my last entry could/will be under water by the time I get out. I always exit the trade all at once. I have found that adding equal contracts makes my average price too far away from the original entry price. I have been entering trades on a 3,2,1 contract basis (Or similar multiple). Where 6 would be the most contracts that would make sense from a position sizing/ risk management standpoint. If I'm wrong right from the onset I haven't risked the whole 6 contracts and if I'm right the average price isn't as diluted as with adding equal contracts. The es today (5/15) around 11:30 until almost 13:00 was a good example of an intraday trend that had several re-entry signals. What are your thoughts / methods? Thanks, Jeff.