Much as I enjoy a good mud fight, it is time to stop ad hominem attacks and cite specific perceived deficiencies of the method. One benefit of rational dissent, as I have found many times with Jack's adherents, is that they are willing to be drawn into serious discussions if they don't have to endure infantile abuse. So kindly humor an old man and listen to what I have to say. And please call me a fool gently. If you MUST be ugly, at least try to do it in a good-humored way. I do not know the catechism backward and forward, so no doubt I have some of it wrong. Like the Gospels, the versions differ, and I have formed a mental image of SCT equivalent to the presumed once-to-have-existed Quelle. And clearly I am from an inferior sect, as I trade only NQ, never ES. So to begin. Objection #1: Spydertrader states most vehemently that SCT works on any instrument having sufficient liquidity. I assert that this is not true based on the one counter-example of NQ, which clearly has sufficient liquidity, but which, in my experience, significantly fails to be consistently tradeable by SCT. Edit: Comments would be appreciated from anyone who has attempted to apply SCT to other instruments, successfully or not.