I recently saw a post on LinkedIn that said a quant-oriented asset allocator was looking for strategies with a Sharpe Ratio greater than 0.7 and a track record of at least 12 months. I then realized I had real-world trading results that beat those benchmarks, in an account devoted to a single strategy, that I could demonstrate in a verifiable manner, through Interactive Brokers “Portfolio Analyst” report. This strategy does not “blow the doors off”, but it appears to have been quite stable for the last 19 months with very low drawdown. Again, actual trades, not a back test. Interactive Brokers reports the following: Returns (1/1/16-7/31/17) 13.84% Sharpe Ratio 1.13 Max Drawdown 1.56% This strategy will generate approximately make between 0 to 10 trades per month. I have actually been trading it since 2014 but it was intermixed with other strategies in the same account. The results since Jan 2016 are clean. My results and equity curve going back to 2014 look quite similar to the results from 2016 to present. 205 trades. Obviously, I do trade the strategy myself, but it can scale and so I applied to the site mentioned in the Linkedin post. Never heard anything substantive from them. Is this performance something that could attract investors?