When I trade I like to begin very small and let the trade evolution confirm that the entry appears to be a sound one, as I use a loose stop. Then as I obtain confirmation from the market, I feel more confident about my trade and add to my initial position on lower size. This way, when I'm dead wrong, I get stopped out on small size. The more confirmations I obtain from the charts, then the more solid my direction would seem. The one thing I'm not certain, is if I should use individual stops on the adds and risk noise taking out my adds or/and some of the adds or using one stop for the whole position. I like to let my winners run, therefore I prefer this approach. I prefer individual stops to trailing that way if only noise takes me out, it took a chunk and not just killed all the positions in a perfectly good trade. Could use some guidance in this from the more experienced traders. Thank you for reading.