@Turbobob Would appreciate your thoughts on this. I've been trading for 8 months now. I know the setups I like to trade and am good at recognizing them and good at trading them properly. But I have one big problem: I regularly take BAD trades impulsively. All my knowledge goes out the window at the worst times and I enter a horrible trade and lose big, like I did today. Afterwards I can look at the chart and easily see that it was a horrible, impulsive trade, but for some frustrating reason I CANNOT seem to stop myself from taking them, because I don't seem to pause before entering and make a good decision. I don't know if it's FOMO or something else, but it is killing my account. I'm now down about $18k and will soon have to quit because I'm just digging a deeper and deeper hole for myself each day. For now I've gone back to trading 100 shares at a time to limit my losses while I work on my discipline, but if you have any thoughts on what I can do to STOP taking trades that I KNOW BETTER than to take, I would REALLY appreciate your insight. Thank you in advance!