I find quite often in an effort to be disciplined and keeping losses small, I enter a trade in the same direction a few times and get stopped out. The entries are quite ofter at around the same levels or increasingly unfavorable levels. The result is that in an effort not to have a wide stop I loose more points in total than what I was trying to avoid in the first place. I find that in a contract like the FTSE, for example, I have lost 40 points in a range of 10-15. Has anyone experienced this problem and if so any suggestions for dealing with it. On idea I have is not to re-enter a trade unless you are entering at a more favourable price than where you were stopped out. Here you risk not getting in, in a runaway market.