Hubert Senters here. Let’s take a look at a question from Larry. Looks like he’s got two. What are the best three ways to find the stocks that will go up 10-20% at least 1-3 days before they go up? That’s not how it works but I’ll give it a shot. First little disclaimer there’s no such thing as a guarantee in any of this that I’m about to explain to you. There are no guarantees in life and there damn sure no guarantees in trading, investing and speculating. First thing I would do is I’d figure out a trend or a new trend so here’s how I would approach that problem. On a cloud scan for Ichimoku what I would use I would be looking for something that has really strong massive uptrend. So let’s take an example. Let’s take Tesla, TSLA. It’s got a decent uptrend so that’s a very well established uptrend. So I would anytime that it goes below the yellow and the purple and back above I would buy it then on a massive already decent good trend. That’s going to give you plenty of time so it would have told you to get long here and it’s went up three days after that. Another thing that you could do is a new trend so if you look at the new trend right here let this thing trade three days above the cloud. And then it tends to go higher overtime. You can look at that same thing with the Nasdaq futures. Pullback here I would let do this little pullback here. I would let this once again come to the cloud close above the turning and the standard line. And it will slingshot at higher or you can just one, two, three there’s a nice little buy over the next three to five days up to three weeks. It could potentially go higher. Let’s find a new trend or trade an establish trend in that direction. It would be my two favorite ways to accomplish your first question. Your second question has to do with where can I a non accredited individual person buy Pre IPOs? I mean there are all kinds of websites. Let just do a Google search really quick. So I did a Google search for those types of websites. You could use Republic, RocketClub, GlassDollar, LetsVenture, EquityCrowdfunding, Trading Windows. The one thing that I would tell you make sure that they have really good deal flow and make sure that they have scan in the gain. The second thing I would tell you is they’re not all created equal. Some of them have better communication with their investors. Some of them have less and then that’s the way you do it. You want to make sure they have they vet an amount of stuff and make sure they have a filter process and stuff like that. And I would also make sure that when you are funding private companies what you’re saying pre IPOs same thing an angel investing. Make sure that you’re not crowd funding so that you’re not giving them $300 for the new camera bag that they’re going to develop and you get a camera bag instead of shares in the company. When you’re doing this thing you want equity or shares in the company. You don’t want the product that they’re making because if you’re doing that you’re just funding their project. You’re going to pay them $300-$500 for some bag that they’re going to make and send to you and you get that product. You don’t want to do that. What you want to do is you want to invest in the bag company. Let’s say you spent $500 to get so many shares in that business and that way even if they get bought out or acquired or go IPO or do a reverse merger or do a reverse listing and then you’re still in the game in that situation. I’m going to be doing a special webinar tonight at 8PM EST I believe it is on how to profit on ”The Mother of All Bubbles.” I will HYPERLINK you to the registration form. Good luck. Hope it helps. See you on the next video. Hubert.