De temps en temps, my dear friend and mentor Dr. Duref Mudgins sends to me one of his elderly patients who wants to continue trading despite the ravages of advancing Alzheimer's disease. Dr. Mudgins jokes, although it is not really funny, that he "wants the trade to be over before the patient has forgotten why he entered it." Dr. Mudgins administers short term memory retention tests for each of these referred clients, and says, for example, "Design him a winning system that trades no more than sixty seconds at a time." This is good business for me, because I charge a small fortune for each system, which is in fact no more than a quick retuning of a scalping system I already have. I call it Fraidy Cat because it is for my own clients who have severe in-trade anxiety. Anyway, attached is an admittedly poor example from this afternoon (times Central) which lasted a mere 25 seconds and made a point depending on the luck of the entry. I am a firm believer in matching the trade design to the psychology of the client.