Hi - My #1 challenge as a trader isn't making winning trades; it's that I do so usually on small share 50-200 share size trades, dozens a day, which adds up but not as much as I know I am capable of... Does anyone who trades large size on higher priced stocks, eg $15-$60/share, over 2k shares/trade, routinely, have any insights as to how to get mentally comfortable pulling the trigger on that much size, knowing every .05 is worth hundreds? That's the one remaining barrier to success in my trading, and for all the years I've traded, I still haven't overcome it... I don't mind trading 5k shares of some cheap fifty cent stock since the downside isn't much... but taking stops of $100 in pursuit of wins of $500+ isn't something I'm comfortable with yet. (and when I play blackjack at casinos I play the $5-$10/hand tables too - same issue, fwiw)... I've made hundreds of trades a day, and am good at it, using IB/esignal, but I don't feel comfortable trading large size on higher priced stocks. It's driving me nuts, because that's the last page I need to turn, to make this all work for big $. Any ideas? thx, ken p.s. I should probably talk to a market maker, or at least one of those 26-year old world poker champs who bets 50k hands, for some insights too.