Someone recommended in another post that I always be listening to [internet squawkbox] while I am engaged in trading. I only trade QQQ, I trade it 2 or 3 times a day, trading 10,000 shares per trade, and hold it anywhere from 15 to 90 minutes. I have my own unique trading system I guess, I won't try to explain it, but its making me money, so I'm going to stick with it. I have listened to the CME's "marketsound" before and it didn't help me trade better, but then again, I have no experience listening to these things. All I am looking for is a slight edge to make my trade a little more profitable. It would be great if I could use an audio broadcast to make decisions to either enter now at this second, or maybe wait 10 seconds and get a slightly better price, even a one cent improvement on average per trade would be great. Can [internet sqwakbox] assist me in any way in making such trading decisions? Either to trade now before the price moves against me? Or to hold back and trade a few seconds later and get a better price? If so, how do I do that? What do I listen for? They have a free 3 day trial and I am going to use it, but I want some opinions on what to listen for before I sign up for the free trial. Anyone have an advice or how to use this audio broadcast to trade QQQ more efficiently on Island?