Yep, I'm the most consistent trader in the world. I consistently lose an average of $300 a day. Out of a 21-day trading month, I end up in the red in about 18 of them. And my daily loss is almost always $300 +/- $100. I don't have a lot of wild equity swings--just a steady, smooth downward equity curve. Really, the consistency of it is amazing. BTW, I've been trading full-time now for 13 months. One would think that if I am so damn consistent, albeit on the losing side, I could somehow make changes in my thinking and trading that could turn the tables on my highly consistent losing, making me a consistent winner. Is this possible? Every time I think I'm getting closer to becoming a consistently profitable trader, to "getting it" the market slaps me in the face. In fact, in November of last year (when I was doing my journal) I was actually having an uncharacteristically winning period. It didn't last too long. Incredibly, despite my chronic losing, I remain surprisingly optimistic and calm because I KNOW I AM SO DAMN CLOSE. I've always thought of myself as a winner on the cusp of making the transition to success. What is the purpose of this thread? Maybe nothing. But perhaps it will evolve into something interesting. Cheers!!