Hubert Senters here. Got a question from Khulile. Can you please give us some tips on trading the Nasdaq? Kind regards, Khulile. So K, I just need a little bit information than that. Are you day trading or are you swing trading or are you holding it longer than that? I also need to know are you a trend trader or are you a counter trend trader? And then I can give you some tips on how to do those effectively. Number one tip would be see if you lack the Nasdaq. Some people will trade markets that aren’t suited well to their trading personality. So I would watch it trade for a little bit and my answers are going to depend on answers you reply to this email. And then you’re going to pay per trade for a little bit and see if you like it then. And then if you can effectively pay per trade you’d open up a demo account and see if you can fake trade a demo. Heads up demo accounts are good for like teaching you execution that’s not really going to do anything like teach you how to trade. Don’t get too excited on demo trading and stuff like that. And then you’re going to open up an account and start doing some trades on it and see if what you actually did in your demo account how big the gap is between those two and you try to shorten the gap and try to get it as close to reality as you can. But reply back to the email if you’re a swing trader, a day trader and if you’re a trend trader or a counter trend trader then I can give you some advice from there. Good luck. Hope it helps. See you on the next video. Hubert.