Hubert Senters here. Got a question from viewer. This is a question from Charles. Charles asks here on an overall bond trade you look for on a range on the market 15/32 she use an eight tick pullback. Yes. If it’s more then you use larger pullbacks. The question is what part of the day is it that you’re measuring your range? So you can do a couple of different ways. I usually do it the same way the bonds open up so for my 6 o’clock open in the evening until the next morning when I’m starting to trade I’m doing pullbacks. So let’s pretend that we’re looking at today’s action. It says 15/32. The open would have been here. It went a little bit higher and it’s been going consistently lower throughout the day. Usually, what I do is I let it open at 6PM and then if I’m trading the bonds in the morning after I do the sneak attack I will then start looking at hey, where’s that range at? So it’s basically from the open at 6PM to previous night is the range that I’m looking at to where if I’m doing an a 8, a 12 or a 16 tick pullback. I’m going to be doing an on core presentation which is a fancy way of saying I’m going to do it live again on Saturday, February 13th at 11AM on The Best FREE Indicator in the World. I’m also going to show you My Secret Weapon for Finding Better Trades and we’re also going to scan the markets and I’ll give you at least minimum to trades that you can potentially take for potential profits next week. So we’ll be scanning Saturday. The markets are closed. And then you should be able to place at least one or two different trades on Monday or Tuesday morning. I’m going to HYPERLINK you to the registration page. Good luck. Hope it helps. See you on the next video. Hubert.