I decided to put Mr. Market to the test. The results were interesting to say the least. Here is how I tested his results: 1. I assumed that you had a starting amount of money ($300,000) to distribute among an equal number of what I call "threads". 2. Each thread is like a subaccount. Example: If you have three threads, you have $100,000 in each thread that you can trade. 3. If all threads are tied up (in trades), then NO ADDITIONAL capital is put into the account even if one of Mr. Market's (undoubtedly) superb recommendation comes into play. 4. If all threads are tied up (with trades), then no additional trades are executed until one of the threads frees up.