I have asked this question elsewhere, but most likely the question just got burried in that thread. I'm sorry to be reiterating the same question guys, but it's smth that I'd really like to get some insights on and I believe others might find helpful. So here it goes: I assume some of you guys have overnight positions open. How do you go about your stops and the afterhours trading? Or do you largely ignore what happens there? The reason I'm asking is that quite often some of the fluctuations in afterhours are totally bizarre and very shortlived. I've often gotten into a position right before the close only to see it in the red by 2 or 3% in 30 minutes, and then up again in the next hour or so (or before/after the open). Sticking to my strategy, I tend to close most of them the next day and in most cases they are back up So my question is, do you just shrug off those afterhours shocks that go against you as some weird flukes or do you treat them the same way as regular hours' moves with the same stops etc. Thanks in advance. V.