Hi Everyone, ET has been a great site for learning how to properly trade. It's taken me about two years to learn get profitable on a consistent basis. And I hope I can keep improving. Along the way, I noticed that trading is similar to poker for its psychological and money management techniques as mentioned in many threads here. In another sense, the life of a trader is also similar to that of a professional athlete, where the actual 'game' only lasts for a few hours and most of the training and preparation is done 'behind the scenes'. As such, I've learned that the time spent just watching the actual trading session early on and time spent honing your skills in live trading are important along with taking the effort to review and research historical patterns and charts. In my search to try and improve my trading I would like to ask (those willing to contribute, of course), if you have any drills/practice methods you use on a regular basis that really helps/helped you get better as a trader in any of the following categories: 1. trading skills (ie. how you look for/identify patterns even if they are slightly different, or get a better feel of price action of a market, or practice/implement stops, or money management techiques, etc) 2. mental skills (ie. psychological drills to overcome fear and greed and keep you in check after you win or lose a number of trades in a row, for example). 3. after-trading analysis (ie. statistics/numbers or ways to analyze/identify if you are just churining your account, or getting out to quickly, letting losers stay on too long, etc) 4. or any other drills that help you improve overall trading. thanks.