I've been trading futures with some software that has been working pretty well for me, but is not widely known. I thought it might be useful to talk about it some, but first I need to establish to the ET community that this stuff works. If not, it's a waste of everyone's time. So my plan is to post roughly the next 30 trades or so, and see if I can build a strong winning record online. If that works out, we can then talk about the software and this kind of trading. But the first order of business is to establish some credibility for it. If I can't do that in the next 30 days, then this project will have failed and I'll just wind the thread down. And that's why I'm not naming the software now -- I think that if I fail it will likely be my fault, not the software, so I don't want to sully the developer's reputation in that case. I'll be trading futures, holding overnight, with trade lengths typically running anywhere from one to several days. For our purposes here, I'll just post the results of trading one contract per commodity. Currently, the commodities being traded are gold, the S&P mini, the Naz mini, the pound, the yen, and the 30-yr bond. I might drop or add to this list as we go along. Umm, what am I forgetting? Probably a bunch of stuff, but we can deal with that as we proceed. Oh yeah, some nights there won't be any trades, that's normal, I only trade when the systems say to do so. Also, I have no affiliation whatsoever with the developer of the software, other than being a customer. OK, let's get going. Tonight I've got signals to take positions in three contracts, and I did so at the following prices: Gold (GCU8) - LONG @ 951.70 Pound (BPU8) - LONG @ 1.9836 30-yr Bond (USU8) - SHORT @ 114 -2 That last one is $114 and 2/32's. I know different brokers display it various ways. IB would show 114'020. OK, that's what I've got for tonight. I'll post tomorrow if there's anything to say. No post means no signals, so in that case I'll still be holding the previous positions.