I know that most of you frown on paper trading but I thought I would ask the question anyway. I have been studying the market and trading for two years now and I have started paper trading about 4 months ago. I have outgrown the system I am currently using. I use the system at Multex.com. It is very fast and efficent, but it only lets me do 7 round trips a day. If I do one more than I have to hold it overnight which is very dangerous in this market. It cuts me off at 15 trades. Also if you do not trade within 45 mins or so it logs you off and if you are in a hurry to make a trade you have to log in again. I emailed the company and asked them why they limit everyone to 15 trades, and they told me that they did not think daytraders should do more that 15 trades a day. Also they charge a .30 commission against your account for every round trip. I find myself hanging too long in the trade sometimes just to try to clear the commission and show a positive increase in the account. Of course this is the wrong way to trade. I have tried six other sites and they all have bad points that are too numerous to discuss. I also tried one yesterday that seemed to be simple and OK, but when I put in an order to buy 100 shares of GILD yesterday morning, it said it would execute my order at market one half hour after the market opening the next day. I cannot think why a daytrader, swing trader, or even an investor would want to paper trade with that as a condition. What paper trading sites do you recommend. I would prefer one that lets you make an unlimited amount of trades and one that you can adjust the commission. I plan to use IB when I start trading with real money. Thanks for your help.