Maybe don bright can answer this. Is anyone talking to the SEC on our behalf to get rid of these silly short selling rules for daytraders. Day traders provide liquidity (which is lacking badly right now) so we should be able to trade at will. I see no reason for day traders at prop firms to have to wait for an uptic. IMHO, any short sale that is closed out be end of day should be exempt. As it provides liquidity to the market place. Or maybe a rule where the first 10k shares (that small amount can't manipulate the market) are exempt from the uptic rule. Regulated liscensed day traders should be exempt from the uptic rule. As clearly we are not manipulating anything.