Hi there, I wonder how you handle this. Let's say you're trading futures scalping for a few points in the ES during the day with a stop of 3 points. But on another day you might want to get in swing-trades with a stop of 10 points. Since you like it all you also sometimes take position trades with stops of 40 points. Of course the daytrades usually last not longer than an hour or two if they get stopped out. The swing-trades usually take half a day to a day till they're closed and the position trades might run for a week or longer. Now how do you handle your risk? Do you risk the same amount of your account on each of those trades? Or do you risk less on a day-trade than on a swing-trade and most on a position-trade? If so why? For me it feels weird to be in a position trade for 2 weeks, get a gain of 2% and then lose the same amount within an hour on a daytrade. But at the end a trade is a trade and I wouldn't say the position trade has a much higher probability to work than the daytrade. Another way I thought about is simply taking the daily ATR and determine the risk (contracts to trade) with that one and simply always trade the same number of contracts... So how do you do it?