Rather than the usual 'losing-trade-turned-investment' syndrome, I find myself lately with the opposite bad habit: overestimating profitable positions. Once a trade goes into the green, I have a bad tendency after a time to start pulling out onto the next time frame and trying to surmise its full 'potential' beyond anything I'd had in mind when I first entered the trade. Yes, I realize that the frustration that arises here is as silly as the mirror-image of leaving profits on the table -- a kind of "holders remorse" that is just one in a long line of mental pitfalls we tend to get caught up in. But I'm finding that continually trying to hold out for more can also be more costly, both mentally and financially, over the long run in comparison. Thoughts?