There are a lot of ways to add to a position in trading. Some folks do it when the market goes against them – trying to better their position by averaging. So if they buy at 67.11 and the market drops to 66.80, they will add hoping the market turns. The problem is this type of trading can go really bad really fast. In this video, I add to the position as the trade moves in my favor. I enter on a high volume node trade print from NodeTrader on the 2 minute chart. I don’t typically trade low volume nodes on the 2 minute time frame so had those trades turned off, but when I recognized the setup (hey, I don’t need the prints I created them lol), I added to my position. Then when the 300 tick chart gave an entry after another move higher I tried to add but no fill. Finally, I added on another print on the 2 minute chart. My profit target I clearly established at 2 standard deviations early in the trade and that didn’t change – I took all the trades off there. Watch the video and if you think you can’t trade like this – THINK AGAIN. You can TRADE LIKE THIS.