Hubert Senters here. Let’s take a look at KHC which stands for the Kraft Heinz Company. So this is how I like to look at vertical move so there are several different ways that you can trade these things. Vertical moves should in my opinion retrace about half and give you a decent shot of getting in there so that you can trade a continuation on the move. Sometimes unfortunately they’ll just keep on going like give you an opportunity and you’ll have to use a 10-minute timeframe to enter those. That’s a different video for different time. Let’s take a look at this vertical move here. Vertical move in Kraft so KHC vertical right here so what we’re going to do is we’re going to zoom in. It will probably go higher just because it’s got a lot of momentum to it. What we’re going to do is we’re going to grab a fib. We’re going to go from the beginning of the buying to the end of the buying. And as you can see what we’re looking for here is a pullback to this zone. I call this thing ambush zone which is basically a fancy way of saying it boom. It pull back at least 50 percent. Now, I don’t want to go below $61.8 percent because at that point then it will probably go Tesla’s low. So what I’m thinking is from point one, point two will probably be a 50 percent pullback that I want to think about getting long on that certain thing that I’m trading if it’s got a vertical move up or down. No doubt about it. Things that go up will go down. There’s no such thing as a perfect market. Nothing goes straight up. Nothing goes straight down. So Mark Helweg is going to be doing a special webinar on ”Why This Hedge Fund Manager is Telling Friends and Family to Exit Stocks.” It is going to be February 23rd which is Tuesday at 8PM EST. Here is his talking points and obviously he’s going to tell you why he is telling his friends and family that they need to exit stocks and I’m sure he’ll share that some of the information on his webinar. I’m going to HYPERLINK you to the registration page. Good luck. Hope it helps. See you on the next video. Hubert.