When your stops are based on a formula you are trading your P&L by default.   Share size?  I have full size, half size, quarter size and scale in size.  And that is different based on the price of the stock.  So for GROM, full size would be let’s say, 50,000 shares – but scaling in, I would start with 5,000 and work it up.  It depends – like with BIDU, I was shorting it against the market, so I did not do full size on that, I did quarter size, and then added later to half size, as I am still shorting against the market.  BUT I also made this calculator here that can tell you what your share size should be based on your stats on stop point: 
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