With my swing trading strategy, my biggest problem are gaps...they completely screw up my risk control. Well, IÂ´ve mitigated gap risk somewhat by never putting more than 10% of my capital in any one position, i.e. if a position gaps against me 50%, my total capital only took a 5% hit. So I was thinking...if I were to divide up my capital even more, say in half, and put 5% of my money in each position, would I really be cutting down my gap risk? Gaps would hurt half as bad, but IÂ´d be carrying twice as many positions. WouldnÂ´t that make me twice as likely to catch a gap? Any ideas?