May 10 (Bloomberg) -- Goldman Sachs Group Inc.âs traders made money every single day of the first quarter, a feat the firm has never accomplished before. Daily trading net revenue was $25 million or higher in all of the first quarterâs 63 trading days, New York-based Goldman Sachs reported in a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission today. The firm reaped more than $100 million on 35 of the days, or more than half the time. Goldman Sachs, which is facing a fraud lawsuit from the SEC related to the firmâs sale of a mortgage-linked security in 2007, generated $9.74 billion in trading revenue in the first quarter, exceeding all of its Wall Street competitors. Trading accounted for 76 percent of first-quarter revenue. âThis is the first time we have reported zero trading loss days in a quarter,â Samuel Robinson, a Goldman Sachs spokesman, said in an e-mail today. âWe believe it shows the strength of our customer franchise and risk management.â The bank, which reported record earnings last year, is contesting the SECâs lawsuit and the firmâs executives were interrogated at a Senate subcommittee hearing last month. Goldman Sachs, which maintains that it did nothing wrong, is also being investigated by federal prosecutors, said people familiar with the matter. In its SEC filing today, Goldman Sachs said it is expecting further litigation related to sales of collateralized debt obligations. âWe anticipate that additional putative shareholder derivative actions and other litigation may be filed, and regulatory and other investigations and actions commenced against us with respect to offering of CDOs,â the bank said in a quarterly filing with the SEC today. The firmâs stock has dropped 22 percent since the SEC lawsuit was filed on April 16, making it the worst performer among the six largest U.S. banks so far in 2010. Goldman Sachsâs first-quarter earnings were the second-highest in the companyâs history. http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aHRgsfzJINXw&pos=6 Speechless...A heappening I would statistically describe as "impossible"..