Hubert Senters here. Let’s take a look at this question. I thought I answered this question last week. But evidently I messed up so. The question wasn’t answered in the video last week. I think there was a mix-up with the title and the video. Can you do it again please? Question from Matus. Hello, I want to ask if Hubert’s Ichimoku cloud strategy works equally or similar on smaller time frames for example 4hour or 1hour chart time frame. Yeah. It’s going to work fine on a 1-hour chart. My favorite time frames are daily, hourly and 10-minute so hourly would be a 1-hour chart and a 4-hour chart is going to work even better. The longer the time frame usually the better the signals are. The smaller the time frame usually you have a higher signal to noise ratio which means let’s say on a 1-hour chart or a 4-hour chart you might get 10 signals in a month. I’m just making these numbers up. But on a 1-minute chart you’re going to have probably a hundred of signals a day. So if you start going in a super small time frames like below 10 minutes below 5 minutes below 2 below a minute it’s going to give you a high signal to noise ratio just like any other indicator will. The smaller the time frame the less accurate they’re going to get. But with anything a daily, an hourly, a 10-minute and then below 10-minute is just going to start to get sketchier and usually you’re going to be a little bit careful on that thing. I will make sure to label this correctly these times since I actually answered your question. Mark Helweg is going to be doing a special webinar this week December 10th. That webinar is going to be Thursday, December 10th at 8PM EST. Title of the webinar is ”How to Access the Ultimate Inside Info for the NYSE: And it’s 100% Legal!” And he’s correct. I use the tick all the time. It is super useful. If you know how to use it I think it gives you an unfair advantage for Intra-day day trading for sure so go over there and watch Mark’s webinar and let me know what you think. I will HYPERLINK you to the registration for this landing page. Good luck. Hope it helps. See you on the next video. Hubert.