I wanted to see where some others stand who trade the NYSE market stocks based on the theory that you are trying to find stocks that are liquid and follow the futures. I guess it is kind of like the theory that Bright trading has of trading the same few stocks everyday that are liquid and follow the market and mainly using tape reading strategies. For me I have noticed that this type of trading has become very hard as of late. So many of the bigcap stocks are not following the futures that well. It is more apparent on days like this where we have huge future moves but the stocks do not seem to respond that well making it very unpredictable to trade them. What are some of the things that you are doing to combat this problem? If I continue to trading stocks I am thinking I will have to widen my timeframe out again and go back to trading off charts and rely less on tape reading. It seems very difficult to pick up anything meaningful from the crappy tape we have been having and if anything jigs you out of good trades because of the way the stocks drifts back and forth printing large blocks on the bid and offer yet still overall going up. Any other thoughts from those of you that have been trading this way and any kind of changes you have been making would be great.