Hubert Senters here. This is super important. If your stuff is not bouncing while the entire rest of the market is going up you may want to re-evaluate what you own in your portfolio. So let me give you an example. So simple, Nasdaq’s up so let’s go at NQ. NQ is bouncing. It’s up $118 today on the index. EXPE, Expedia is one of the biggest — that’s not the biggest is it? Hold on just a second – let me just double check really quick. It’s not the biggest net loser. It’s the second – though it’s first place loser and second. It’s down $1.6%. So this thing is not going north, it’s going south and the entire Nasdaq is going up. You may not want to own it. Same thing with like McDonald’s McDonald’s Mickey D or MCD. McDonald’s is down $2 or $1.4% traded on the NYSE. The Dow, S&P, NASDAQ and Russell are all up. This thing is down. You may or may not want to own those things. Go through your entire portfolio and make sure if all the indexes are up. Everything in your portfolio for the most part should be at least slightly positive. If it’s going in the opposite direction and by a lot you may want to re-evaluate what you own in your portfolio. I’m doing a webinar with Keith, February 15th, 7:00 PM, ‘’An Investors Guilty Little Secret.” Click CLAIM MY SPOT NOW to register for the webinar. Good luck. Hope it helps. And I’ll see you on the next video. Hubert.