Hello, I understand the conventional wisdom of "letting the winner run and cut the losers". However, this strategy seems to be creating my largest losses. There are so many instances where I have a nice paper profit but was too greedy to exit which resulted a reversal and net loss. I lost 16% of my account in October when scalping on Tesla (terrible mistake by going too big and used too volatile underlying). I've since regained 95% of my losses through selling covered calls, short premiums (TastyTrade), long stocks, and futures scalping. I've since then switched to managing winners by taking profits early, and the result is better. There were several cases where I exited too early like the recent 1% pop in /NQ and big rally in /CL. I'm at peace with it though because these are low probability moves. Does anyone practice managing their winners by taking profit early?