As promised to Jack yesterday, here is a credible emu-lation of SCT on a one-minute chart. The caveat is that it is applied to ES without tuning from an NQ system. The objective is to achieve a system so confident that Jack's ideal of "always in, no stops, never a loss" is achievable by persons of low to no character who greedily refuse to share their winnings with other less fortunates in financial need. Interpret the chart as follows. The signal may be taken as the bar evolves, but no later than the end of the bar. Pukey greenish colors indicate long. Apoplectic reddish colors indicate short. An improvement over SCT is that the hue indicates confidence in the call. Green and maroon are weak calls. Hot pink and aquamarine are stronger calls. Limeaid and red are the strongest calls. Sequential greenish or radish bars indicate points where you can scale in if you were a pussy at the first call. Unlike the real SCT, this requires zero interpretation, no nut scratching, and no agonizing over volume. Throw away or eat your crayons. No new terms to use. Simply "red light short" and "green light long." No snoozing as in a five minute chart, the speed of this will keep you awake. I personally think of SCT as a random entry system. Did we code this up with six independent random number generators? We are not telling!