Hubert Senters here. Let’s take a look at the overall markets. I’m just going to go through a handful of indexes and a couple of interest rates to give a you a little heads up of where I think you should focus next week. So if you take a look at the S&P. S&P had a pretty good week. Not bad. So one, two, three, four, five. Right there nice little upward slant. Not too bad. If you compare that to the Nikkei, Nikkei been a little sideways this week. Nasdaq climbing to. If you compare the Nasdaq to S&P I would say they’re about the same. They’re pretty close. I’d give the S&P a little bit more of an upward move. The past three days the Nasdaq has been a little sideways. And then you look at the Russell. Russell where it’s at today. It finished up really nice. So we just took out the rotation going back between Russell and Nasdaq. For next week, I would probably focus on Russell. It’s got a little bit more upward momentum to it. And then the Dow looks like a lot S&P. So I would say either S&P or Dow long whichever one you like. Those don’t look bad. But really the winner is the Russell this week. And the Nasdaq would be my second on that period approach. So just to reiterate Russell looks really good. Now, as far as the interest rates go the bund has rolled over it’s in the cloud and both are 10-year note and a 30-year bond are going to go lower so. This week I thought they’re going to hit them on the 30-year that was going to hit $172 it’s surpassed that. It’s got to $171 17/32 so about 15 ticks into that. I don’t see why we would have any problem hitting next week of $170-ish or lower on the 30-year bond. Good luck. Hope it helps. See you on the next video. Hubert.