Hubert Senters here. Got a question from Sam. Hi Hubert, Any idea why tradestation displaying $ESINX different than before? Thanks. Sam. So yes, they usually do it when the futures contract rolls over. It depends. The majority of the time. That’s what it is. So you’re talking about is the number changed dramatically? It’s usually because in the second week of September they re-do the fair value and that’s what this is. It is the S&P E-mini premium index. When the futures contract in the S&P rolls over you have to reset this thing too. That’s one of the reasons it will look slightly or significantly different points roll over takes place. Or once tradestation updates their data either or. That is a good eye. That means you’re paying attention to details so congratulations. Keep doing that and you’ll be in good shape. Well, if you didn’t see the market rolling over you probably shouldn’t have seen some science of it. So Mark’s going to be doing a special webinar and showing you ”How to Potentially Predict Big Swings in the Market Using Nature’s Own Golden Ratio” which obviously a little fibonacci going on there. He’s going to be doing it September 23rd at 7PM EST. Good luck. Hope it helps. See you on the next video. Hubert.