Hi, I'm prop trading my strategy right now, and in the long run am considering a CTA/CPO approach. So, I'm having someone look over my results and calculate NFA-compliant performance results. The "problem" is that I leverage up my funds far greater than what I'd do with investor funds. Basically, I see my own prop account as being 50% "notionally funded"... so returns up/down are multiplied by 2. I've been told NFA doesn't let us arbitrarily choose notional % when showing prop trading results, so I have to show the more volatile numbers. Any suggestions on how to get around this? One proposal was to establish another account with a small account, solely for the purpose of establishing track record (rather than making money). Seems like a hassle, I'd rather not. I'm also considering just firing up a CTA shell structure (whatever it costs... $15k-25k?), and just starting to trade that instead of "prop" trading. Any thoughts there?