I wasn't sure whether to put this in Trading or Psychology. Moderators put it where you please. With my style of trading I have an objective entry point. This point will change from day to day, and also serves as my stoploss. Thus it is possible for me to enter and be holding a loser overnite, but still "supposed" to be in. And I am fine with that. I am completely comfortable. I sleep well. But if I'm in a profitable position, darn if I don't spend half the nite looking at it from every which way to see if I should "do" anything the next day. I think I know why. I think it is because my stop loss is finite and my profit-taking is more subjective. Sure I employ what I believe to be sound technical analysis of some sort to exit with a profit, but the exit is not as cut and dried as the stoploss. I'd like to hear from others.... are you more comfortable holding a loss, than a profit.