Curious to hear what you other pros out there think is the toughest thing trading for a living in your day to day. I'm speakin' to you guys who have been around the block, are doin' this full time, and are making money consistently, not the ones out there who are trading part time/still struggling/haven't made it to profitability yet. For me, the hardest part is the woulda coulda shouldas. I execute like clockwork, I take losses with a smile, I stick with my plan, I know it's rock solid and I see the results in the fact that I'm making good money. But every so often those woulda coulda shoulda's put the strain on my brain when I see how much I've left on the table. The "what might have been" is what gives me the personal grief. For example, the brokers- MER, MWD, GS etc.- have been getting creamed. I gotta nice piece a' those guys recently and had a good month overall, cruising along, but I go back and see what I missed and it's like "man, sheee, look what ya missed...." woulda made this much more, coulda had this, shoulda done that. I tell myself hey jerky, u r makin' money in the chop n' slop, bringing in profits even when a lot of other traders are over a barrel, you know the pluses and minuses of your method, gotta take bad with good, why beat yourself up? So anyway that's the toughest part of the day to day for me- getting my emotions to pipe down when I see something left on the table, even when I know in my head I can't have the whole pie. Anyone else want to comment on the toughest part of the game for them.