Hubert Senters here. Let’s take a look at the bond markets. All of them are going a little bit lower. Some of them bounced a little bit today but not a ton. So I want to walk you through some of those real quick. So here is the 2-year note, you can see it bounced up a little bit and then rolled back over. And here is the 5-year, bounced a little bit, rolled back over. Here is the 10-year, that’s when I trade a lot. I did the same thing. And then also the 30-year bounced up and it’s rolling back over, stood up time to being the 30 there. It hasn’t officially broke the turning line yet. I’m going to show you an example of the new sneak attack indicator that I’ve been using that I really like. Heads up. Full disclosure. This thing is not going to catch every single move like it did today. And also I don’t recommend that you go in both directions hardly ever because it’s kind of futile that you can’t catch every single long, short, short, long and long short. In this case scenario I would take the shorts only and I would leave the longs alone but I want to walk you through on the sneak attack. Here’s the first short with the target. And so you have made a few ticks there four or five ticks and then you got stopped out for five ticks so lots of breakeven trade. And then the long side entry here, target one, target two, target three, that trade is done. And then later in the day the second attempt of the sneak attack to the downside. Well it’s short here, target one, target two and target three. So now, would you’ve caught all three of those? Probably not. If you like trading the way that I trade my style I would have caught this one. I would have missed this one. And then I would have caught that one. But if you’re somebody that likes to just trade for the sake of trading and you cut all three of them, all three setups one, two, three. Good on you. Good luck. Hope it helps. And I’ll see you on the next video. Hubert.