Thanks for the input. I am not quite sure what profit factor entails. Do you have the definition anywhere? How do you use this to make a trading decision? I know that FXCM gave me a definition of all the terms, including risk factor, when I went on their chat feature but they are not open right now due to the holiday. The Team Aphid strategy looks pretty good although I am already running a EUR/USD strategy. While they are two different system I'd rather have some diversification within my portfolio. I'd consider GBP/USD but I tend to avoid GBP since it is so volatile. In case you haven't noticed, I am quite conservative when it comes to this program. I've done well in the short time I've had an account and I think a lot of it has to do with that. You can review my previous posts to see what I am running and why I chose the strategies I did. Personally, I like to wait until a system has done over 50 trades just to make sure the developer didn't get lucky a couple of times. As soon as some of the strategies you mentioned reach this level, I will look at them. The Prosignal Short Term EUR/JPY strategy, however, looks pretty good, this is one I will probably consider in the near future. Most of the success I've had in my portfolio has been through Technofinanzas. They only make one trade at a time and have been consistenly profitable since I signed up with them. Naturally you need to run a system for a few months to get a good idea of the returns. Week to week there will be some drawdowns, which mostly is the reason why people complain that this program doesn't work. Goodluck with your portfolio!