@kroyrunner Hey Tim! I was just wondering what were some of the best ways to think about slippage. I’ve seen your DVD’s and your pretty spot on with your covers or sells at your risk. I hope my question isn’t too confusing but I was just shorting $SURF this morning risking off of R/G and it almost reached R/G by .05 so I threw in a cover order for 51 shares at 5.95, got filled instantly, and then it never hit R/G and cracked like I wanted. Granted it was only 51 shares but I’m starting to feel anticipating the risk level being hit by putting an order in is not a good idea. So what are your thoughts on accounting for slippage should it look more like putting an order in as soon as it hits your risk or right after it hits and should I expect to change my mentality with bigger size? I do figure float, share count, and market cap would be factors so the bigger these are the more you can judge smartly how its acting around your risk level and the smaller they are the more aggressive you want to be with your covers or sells.