Anyone have any advice on letting winners ride? I know it's probably a psychological question and the answer has to come from "within," but this last one was tough to take. I sold the ES at 1149.75 around 7:30 am CST and got out with one frickin' point at 1148.75. I've since watched it move 23 points in the direction of my original trade! I did get in after the A-Down and sell a few more times, making it a decent day, but this just blows. Any tips on controlling early withdrawal, or tradus interruptus as the Romans would say? Also, I realize it's pretty ridiculous to complain when you've made money, but this actually feels like a loss. It seems that a guy has to jump all over opportunities like this to build capital while he can. Especially a beginning trader like me, who could use as much "tuition" money as he can get.