Hi, As you can tell my forum name, my key trading strategy is fading. I've found this to be quite fruitful in that it has freed me from the chains of not-knowing-everything-about-the-world that characterized my first 3-4 years of trading. I tend to trade stocks that display a strong fading opportunity/pattern. An example would be AHC vs. VLO. AHC will trade at extremes almost everyday, giving a fade trader a couple great entry points - a buy around 10am and a sell between 11 and 2. Whereas VLO rarely does this and seems to me to exhibit an entirely random price pattern. I also trade FX more than 70% of the time because I feel it offers great opportunities to fade high volatility moves. I'm not a technician nor do I particularly appreciate technical analysis, but I'm looking for feedback on the following: Does anyone have a reccomendation as to which indicator (preferable 1 [max 2]) are helpful for knowing when to exit a position that one has faded into? Lately, I've been leaving a lot on the table. While I don't like to let p/l move against me, I also don't feel as though I'm taking full advantage of the great entry points that I am pretty adept at targeting. Thanks in advance.