Although it is conventional wisdom to risk less money per trade than you plan (or hope) to make, several ET members claim to do the opposite and risk more dollars per trade than they normally expect to make, by depending on high trade reliability. Although I personally don't adhere to a number of precepts of conventional wisdom, this is one that I embrace. I risk fewer dollars per trade than I hope to make. In my case, it's a very murky relationship, because I claim no ability to "predict" either the magnitude or duration of a move. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that I endeavor to risk relatively little per trade. What about you? Please vote and provide any relevant comment.