Hey. I was wondering if anyone has dealt with this dilemma. How come it seems trading and risking newly gained profit is a better idea than risking initial capital? I get these ideas that in a profitable position it would be smart sometimes to unhedge, set a trailing stop at to protect against any loss beyond the profit and let it ride the trend for as much as it can, instead of being limited to the initial profit. It seems like a possibility one second then I realize there isn't much difference between risking the profit and taking a new directional bet (except paying the spread), and I try to stay away from betting. Similar to the idea of 'free rolling' or 'rolling the dice for free'. Where gamblers only risk their winnings after some point. Any thoughts?