Hubert Senters here. Got a question from Angeli. I’m using Tradestation for the trading index future, which symbol should I use with the cloud? @NQ or @NQ.D? That’s a great question. Let’s go and take a look at the charts.  So what I always use I always use the ”@” symbol. And the reason I do that is because it will back fill and make the chart look prettier and easier to analyze. Let’s take a look at Nasdaq @NQ. When you do that that’s going to give you all of the past and the current contracts and it kind of built some of them. If you do the @NQ.D it’s still fine. But what it’s doing is taking out that overnight stuff. So if you do @NQ that’s the 24-hour globe X. When you’re doing @NQ.D you’re telling hey, $930, $415 close. I would do just the ”@” symbol. It’s a little cleaner. And then obviously when you’re looking at something you got to trade the actual contract not the act contract but the contract month. So my recommendation is let it do a little bit of the chart optimization for you. You can use the ”@” symbol versus the @.D. Mark Helweg is doing a special webinar this Friday at noon How to Potentially Predict Big Swings in the Market Using Nature’s Own ”Golden Ratio.” I will lead you over here to the form so you can REGISTER. Good luck. Hope it helps. See you on the next video. Hubert.