From what I hear, trading is all about psychology. Given that, how do you guys deal with being in a profession that most assume guarantees your failure by its very nature. I'd say 99% of academia, the media, and the general public think it's impossible to make money as a daytrader, and all who try will eventually go broke. How do you deal with that look people must give you when you say you're a daytrader? How do you deal with your parents thinking you've entered into a career akin to jumping off a cliff? How do you get through a drawdown period when everyone around you thinks that the inevitable is happening-- you're going broke like they always knew you would. How do you deal with the daytrader stigma?