Day 34 of the $100k Challenge: +$8,053.20 | Ep. #37
All right guys, so here we are. Day 34 of the $100,000 challenge and you’d be hard pressed to try to wipe this smile off my face as I’m finishing the day with $8,053. Great day. This is, I’m on a little bit of a hot streak here. We’ve had a couple of really good days of trading. Yesterday, I made $2,600. Today’s $8,000. Last week, I made around $20,000 so right now, I’m up $69,000 on the month of February, which is my best month ever, I mean by a lot. It’s pretty ridiculous and I’m up $111,000 on the year. In my small account, my “small account”, I will be closing today with about $77,000 in total equity versus $553, or $583.15 on January 1st. Obviously, this has been a pretty impressive 34 days of trading. I’ve had some good luck. I’ve also been willing to take on a lot of risk and that’s, you don’t get these kinds of gains without taking risk and so you have to realize that, regardless of who you’re looking at.
If someone says they made like a huge return, you have to take that with a grain of salt because you have to risk a lot to make a lot. I was trading with leverage, using my margin, using the buying power and that positioned me potentially on a really bad trade to go into debt to my broker. This type of return, you have to realize is measured against high risk, but the risk to reward ratio is there and that’s why I’ve been able to get to where I’m at right now. In the last 34 days, I’ve been trading with just about 81% accuracy, average hold time is nine minutes long and my best day of the week has been Mondays and Thursdays, so it’s really been quite a run despite having a few red days. Now I’ve had a couple of really bad days. In fact, this year, I’ve made over $200,000 in winners and given back $90,000 in losses, which puts me around $110,000 in total gain. It’s definitely been a little bit of a more volatile start to the year, certainly than last year and it’s the result of me being more aggressive.
Now something I talked about a little bit yesterday was the fact that this year, I decided to do this small account challenge. I wanted to start with a smaller amount of money than I’ve ever seen someone else start with and I did $1,000 last year and I wanted to go even smaller than that so I planned to start with $700, but then there were fees that were taken out of my account because I funded it in December, but didn’t start trading in January so I got an inactivity fee or something like that for January or for February, or December, sorry. I started January 1st with $583 and I figured, well, this is about as small the account as you could possibly have with Sharetrader. I guess I could have started with $500 even, but I wanted to really challenge myself and to see if it was possible to grow an account that small.
When I started the challenge, I told myself that the goal for 2017 would be $100,000, to take that $500 account and turn it into $100,000, and I knew that as soon as I reached $25,000 or $26,000 and I could open an account with SpeedTrader, that from there, I’d really be in the clear and it would be smooth sailing. I would just be able to continue making $20,000, $30,000 a month and by the point I got there, it will probably only take a couple more months to reach $100,000. What I didn’t know was how long it would take for me to grow the account, and I think I got a little bit lucky that in the first week, I had several back to back winners. Actually, I had green trades I think for like the first 10 days of the small account challenge, which was a combination of luck and a combination of just strong markets and risk management, taking small profits when I have them and that’s kind of what you have to do when you’re trying to build a small account.
You think of the market and you’re kind of like shaving off little pieces of a void or something like that, and so a little clip here, a little bit there, a little bit there. The next thing you know you’ve got a pile and every now and then, you go in for a small piece and a big piece breaks off, and you’re like, “Oh, hey that’s great. I just got a big winner.” Throw it in the pile. Then once you start to build up this cushion, now you can start to be a little bit more aggressive. You can start to go in for a bigger piece and if it doesn’t work, it’s okay because you’ve already got something started. That’s kind of the way I look at building a small account, just taking a little piece, a little piece, a little piece and then starting to really step up.
What has surprised me has been my ability to just kind of blow through the ceilings that I used to hold on myself in terms of share size. It was very rare last year for me to take more than 10,000 or 15,000 shares, very rare. I mean I think I don’t know how many times I took 10,000 or 15,000 shares, but it wasn’t on a daily basis and now I’m doing it on a daily basis where I take 10,000, 15,000 shares or even 20,000 shares on a momentum trade. I think that at first, I was nervous about doing that because I realized that obviously, the losses would be bigger and they have been.
My worst day this year, I was down $13,000, but then you get the winners on the other side that make up for it, so it’s really just a matter of can you handle looking at your account on a day when you’re down $10,000 or $13,000 and because that’s, you have to be able to do that if you want to be able to get your account on a day when you’re up $22,000, which is my best day of the year so far. These are big numbers and the result of taking really big size. I’m at $8,000 today on three names, four trades total and on the first trade, I took 15,000 shares. Second trade, I took 15,000. Third trade, I took 6,000. Fourth trade, I took 2,000. I stepped up to the plate, took a big size for the most part. It worked out well. I was green on three out of the four trades and this is the result, but at the same time, if I have lost right away on any of those first two trades with 15,000 shares, either of them, I would have easily been down $1,500, $3,000 or maybe $4,500, but is it good risk reward to risk $4,500 for the potential to make $8,000, right?
The answer is yes. It’s a 2:1 profit loss ratio. If you do that and you are right 50% of the time, you make money. With the 2:1 profit loss ratio, if you’re right 33% of the time, you’re breakeven before commissions. If I can be right 55%, 60% of the time, I’m going to do well. This year so far, I’ve been right 81% of the time so I know that I can risk, take big risk for a big reward. If I want to risk $5,000 to make $10,000 and I want to do that on every single trade, statistically I will do well. The only limit really in this scenario is the fact that I cannot buy 50,000 shares of some of these stocks.
I probably could have of MBOT today, but I wouldn’t have been able to on KBSF, so there’s some liquidity issues in the market and that’s going to put a new ceiling on how much size I can take because if I wanted to buy 50,000 shares of KBSF, I’d put out a market order. I mean I probably fail $0.50 or $0.60 higher and that would be like $25,000, $30,000 in slippage, which is unacceptable, so there is a limit, but I think one of the things that’s really good for every trader to do as like sort of as a person is to test your personal limits. I think that we often, when we’re on the edge of our limit, that’s when we could have the most fun. That’s when we can be the most aggressive. We can kind of get outside our comfort zone and we can learn about ourselves and that’s sort of what’s happened to me.
I’ve realized that I can handle losing $13,000 in a day and bounce back the next day like it didn’t even happen. I can make $22,000 in a day and then bounce back the next day with a pretty much fresh slate, not just very focused on what I’m doing today. It takes I suppose years of experience to be able to get to that point, but if you just sort of move the decimal and maybe for one of our beginner traders, today is an $800 day, and that’s a really good day and that’s totally fine. Instead of taking 15,000 shares, maybe you’re taking 1,500 and that’s totally fine. What I’ve learned is that this strategy has scaled well from my average positions last year to my average positions this year. Being more aggressive has increased my profits and yes, I’ve had bigger losses, but I’ve had bigger profits also and the net is very much positive.
This month, I’m looking at breaking 70,000. I mean we’ve got, how many more days in the month do we have? We have one, two, three, four more days in the month of February, and I’m at 69,000 right now, so yeah, I mean, well, hopefully break 70,000, maybe tomorrow and get up towards 75,000. I don’t know. We’ll see. Right now, I know that I’m about $23,000 away from $100,000, so that’s kind of the line in the sand and one of the things that I also mentioned yesterday is the fact that I’ve read that very successful people set short term goals that are really easy to achieve because it keeps you running right? Like if you’re the bunny rabbit and you’ve got the carrot just dangling in front of you, you’re running because it’s just within reach and you just keep trying to grab it.
For me, I’ve kind of used that same technique with my trading account. I keep setting short term, very easy goals, realistic goals and then I keep working as hard as I can to hit it, to get to that goal and then I get there, and then I put the goal just a little bit further ahead, a little further, a little further and I keep doing that. The next thing you know, all those little shavings have added up to this big pile. Right now at $77,000, and I’m going to keep doing this until I get to $100,000, and then when I get to $100,000, it’s going to be $125,000, $150,000, $175,000, $200,000.
I don’t see any reason to stop. I’m going to see, I’m just going to keep doing this and try to have the best year that I’ve ever had and it’s starting right now with $111,000 in seven weeks. That puts me obviously in really good shape for the year, but I’m not going to, I’m not going to set anything in stone. If I say, well, I want to make $600,000 this year or I want to make $1 million by the end of next year. Those goals are too far away, so you don’t really have that same motivation to get there because it’s so far away. Use short term goals. Stay focused on that, that will get me really driven, really motivated and keep my head down, keep hustling, keep working and next thing I know, maybe I’ll be at $250,000 on the year or $300,000 or $350,000 or maybe a year from now, I’ll be at $750,000 or $800,000. I don’t know, but if I keep focused on short term goals, I think that’s really the best approach.
All right, so with that said, we can go over the trades for today. I had no idea that today was going to be a big green day. I just came into the market the same as I do any other day. First trade of the day was MBOT. Now this one was kind of interesting because it looked so good pre-market. Actually, this wasn’t my first trade of the day, but this was the one that I was looking at, and I see BCLI popping up here on the high day scanner. Looks like it’s getting a little bit of a parabolic move on the daily chart. I’m going to wait on that one. I’m not going to do a trade on it, but in any case, on MBOT, so this one, I was watching it pre-market, $6.50 and I was thinking this looks great. We’ve got some nice kind of consolidation underneath the $0.50. We know and I’m just going to write this down. I want to make a note to have this in one of our classes.
That consolidation ended at $0.50. If this had opened, I would have absolutely been a buyer over $6.50, 100%. Problem is we moved up to $7 right at 9:20, and then we moved up to $7.15 at 9:25. By the time the bell is ringing, we were already pretty extended, and I said, “You know what, Ross, don’t chase this. The last time you chased stocks that were really extended pre-market, you took a bath and you lost a bunch of money, so let’s just wait. Just wait for the first five minutes set up. Don’t push it.” I was thinking about getting in as soon as the bell rang, getting in for a break of $7.15, and let’s just say if I had done that, well I guess it would have worked, because it went from $7.15 up to $7.50 and up to $7.74, so it would have worked. I did that same thing yesterday on APOP, took 5,000 shares as soon as the bell rang. It popped up 50 cents. Fairly predictable but a very short window of opportunity and you had to be quick, quick in, quick out. On this one, I felt a little unsure because it was much more extended than APOP was yesterday, and so I waited.
It pulls back, consolidates and I sell them. While this is doing its thing, I’m going to look for something else. Here, we have on the high day scanner, INAP, hitting at $2.05, $2.10, $2.37, $2.40, $2.61, and I said all right, well look at this thing. This is really getting some action, so I jumped in this. Let’s pull this back, 15,000 shares and I added at $2.60. Now, right on this candle, we had a high of $2.64 and then we pulled back just for a second down to $2.52 and as we came back up and broke through that level, that’s when I added and I got my average at I think $2.68. I got a little bit of slippage, 15,000 shares is a big order, but when I look at this, I was like, “Look, this is a stock that’s squeezing up right now. It’s got a bigger float than usual but it’s got the volume, 53 million share float. That’s up 43% and the volume is spiking. I’m going to jump in. I’m going to ride the momentum. The daily chart looks great.”, and so I stepped up to the plate and I got aggressive.
It squeezed up to a high of $3.03, and then it was halted on a circuit breaker. This is a stock that just squeezed up 100%, from $2, actually not quite 100%. It squeezed up from $1.87 to $3.03, so in any case, a pretty big percentage gain, 55%, 67% and then it’s halted, halted at $3.03. Now, I usually, when I get into a stock that’s squeezing up that much and it halts, they open higher, and I was thinking with 15,000 shares at $2.68, if this opens at $3.25 and squeezes up to $3.50, this could be a $15,000 winner. It had that potential. When I first got in this trade at $2.60, my stop was $2.50, mental stop at $2.50, so I was risking about 15 cents, maybe a little bit more versus my average at $2.68, so the risk was about $3,000. Now, the profit potential, if this had really opened up, was $10,000 easily, $15,000 potentially.
We ended up opening lower, which is kind of surprising. We opened at $2.76, and as we came up here, I added, expecting that we would break over $3.03 and then we would go to a high day, but I only added it was either 1,000 or 2,000 shares and we didn’t get that break, and then we came back down, and on this one, I stopped out quickly. I stopped out with a total of only 13 cents of profit. I made $1,890. Not bad but obviously not what I had wanted, and this didn’t quite match up to the level of risk I was taking on a trade but it was a green trade. I was going for a bigger piece but I got a small piece on this one, and this is relatively small, and $1,800, for a lot of people, it would probably be a big trade but the way I’ve been trading right now, this is kind of a small trade, so a small winner on INAP.
Then I’m at the same time watching MBOT and I see that it’s active, it’s really volatile. It’s moving a lot so I’m like okay, I want to get a piece of this. I just have to think about how I can manage my risk, so I said on this one, I need to wait for a five minute set up. I can’t chase it. This is ridiculously strong, but I can’t chase it into this squeeze here up to $8.75, I need to get a pullback, so let’s see. My entry on this one was right around $9.40. All right, so $9.40, let’s see where is this. Right in here, now okay, so I took two trades on this one. The first trade I took was a scout entry at right here after we got this pullback, this little right candle, a scout entry for the break of the new highs and my entry was $7.60, so actually that hopefully will pull us back here.
I had this candle close so we have the first five minute candle close and the second five minute candle close. The second five minute candle had a high of $7.69 and that’s when I decided to jump in. Now on this one, I was being aggressive and I thought it was just going to take off, I really did, ended up popping up to a high of $7.95 and then dropping down to $7.75, and on this one, I got in and I kept at it. I got in and then I added for the break over $8. The problem is that gave me a higher cost basis. My average went up, so even though we popped here up to $8.19, my average was higher and I didn’t sell. I was holding. Ended up coming down here all the way back to $7.85 and I went from being up $0.30 to just above breakeven, but with 15,000 shares and so that’s when I said, all right, you know what I just got to get out of the way. I don’t want this to go right at me. I don’t want to get $0.20, $0.30 of slippage with big size. I’m just going to get out and so I sold, and took the profit, only averaged $0.13.
Even though I held it through a big push up and then a pull back, I wasn’t able to get as big of a win as I wanted and then of course, just after I get out here on this dip, it ends up going up to $8.69, so I was a little frustrated. I was a little annoyed with that, but it is what it is. I think I did the right thing by preventing a big position from going deep red against me and we did get an exit indicator on the one minute. It broke over the whole $1 and then came back below it, that’s usually not something we like to see and at the same time, it was very extended on the one minute.
Now at this point, we continue to squeeze up and we get 11 consecutive green candles and I finally say, okay, I need a five minute pullback for my next opportunity, so we get a five minute pullback and what’s very interesting is that right here at 10:04, which is on this red candle. We pull back and then we get the first candle to make a new high as it broke $8.65 and went up to a high of $8.67. Now I didn’t buy here, okay. I didn’t buy here because this consolidation was too extended above the nine moving average. We didn’t come down and test it. We were floating way up above it, and I said, I think this looks like a trap. I think it’s going to pop up here and then sell off, and that’s what it did.
It popped up to $8.67 and then dropped down to a low of $8.13, so imagine there, a beginner trader who’s trying to be as aggressive as me and takes 15,000 shares here, let’s say at $8.55 for the break of the first candle to make a new high, and then in this candle loses $0.50 and you know, that’s a $7,500 loss. This is the type of place where a lot of beginner traders will get hammered because they’re getting in. They’re a little too eager and they don’t have the experience to realize this is not yet really a clean pullback, so I waited on that. I didn’t get in, consolidation, consolidation and then I decided to finally get back in. Let’s see, my final entry on MBOT, was it a, let’s see 10:50. I see it popping up here, but at this point, I didn’t really trust it. It ended up going up higher. I kind of felt a little annoyed that I missed it. Pulling back here, consolidating and I decided on my final entry that I would get in right around, let’s see, it was right on this candle here as we popped to a high of $9.60 and I got in at $9.50.
I thought as this broke over $9.50 right on this candle here, that that would be enough to bring us back to high day, up to the highest of $9.75 and I was wrong. I took only 2,000 shares because I really wasn’t sure. I wasn’t sure and I ended up losing only $0.10, $200 loss, so not a big deal. Of course, consolidated for a little bit and then ended up popping up towards $10, but finding some resistance at that level, now pulling back, so overall, MBOT, a stock that went from $6.50 to $10. I was only able to capture $1,700 in that whole move. Right out of the gate, it got extended. The first pullback was a little choppy with this false break and then it pulled back and then it did a proper move. This would have been a good one for scalping on the one minute chart if you’re willing to get in and get out really quickly, but when I was trying to find five minute entries, I just wasn’t really getting them and the one minute entries that I took weren’t solid.
A little bit of a tricky stock, now in the meantime, while MBOT was doing its consolidation, KBSF started popping up and this is a stock that we’ve traded in the past. I saw it pop up and I said, well, it looks great, but it just went from $6 to $8.50. By the time I saw it, it was at $8 and then it squeezed up to a high of $8.70, so I was like okay, well, that’s fine, but I can’t trade that so I’m just going to wait. I put it on another monitor while I’m watching MBOT, and then I see it consolidate, all right so at this point right here, this was around 10:30, we’ve got a little bit of a bull flag for me, right. We’ve got one, two, three candles of pullback and I said at this point, the first candle to make a new high is going to be my entry. That’s the spot that I’m watching right now, so first candle to make a new high and so what I decided to do was be a little bit more aggressive on this.
I start with 2,500 shares at seven, sorry at $8.15. I added another, I tried to add another 5,000 at $8.50 and I only filled about 4,000. I had a total position of right around 6,200 or something like that and my average was five, sorry, $8.28, right around here, eight, $8.23 or something like that. Average around here and then we pop up through $8.50, all the way up to $9.39 with 6,000 shares, so on that trade, we got the pop. Let me just pull back here to the one minute, so we get the pop up to $9, pullback down to $8.53. First candle to make a new high gives us that pop up to eight, up to $9.39, a little bit of a pullback up to $9.30.
I put my order out right here to try to sell on the ask at $9.37. I didn’t get filled. I ended up stopping out right around $9, so I got out around $9, $9.05, $9.02, I think I sold some a little bit higher. In total, on that trade, even with only 6,000 shares, I made $4,746, so that was by far the cleanest trade of the day on a very clean five minute set up. Obviously, if KBSF, or if MBOT had given me this quality set up, I would have been willing to jump in with 15,000 shares. I didn’t want to take that size on KBSF because the spreads were bigger, so I knew I was risking more as soon as I got into the trade, but once it started to work, then I felt comfortable adding. I start with 2,500 and then added once I was in the profit zone.
For a moment there, I was a little nervous because the spreads opened up just after I got in and it looked, let’s see. On this candle, we went up to a high at $8.97 and then we dropped down, let’s see, and closed right around $8.60, so I was like, all right. Well, this might be a little bit of an issue, but I’ve got a pretty good cost basis so I’ll give it a second. I’ll let the first one minute pullback happen and then more traders, more buyers came in here as we got that squeeze up to $9.39. Overall, a solid trade. I was also mindful on the daily chart that it was approaching the 200 moving average, right here at $10.64, so I was not super interested in taking this second pullback right here, even though it ended up working out fairly well. I mean it pulled back now but it was okay.
All right so those are the trades from today, a little over $8,000 in profit. I’ll close today with about $77,000 in my account, so that’s where I’ll start tomorrow morning, all right. What I’ll do is answer some questions for folks both on Facebook and on chatroom. I’ll upload this video to YouTube a little bit later this afternoon.
Question and Answer
David, you’re asking how do I sell on the ask? Selling on the ask is pretty easy. All I do is press my hot key. Ctrl+K, Ctrl+L and Ctrl+; all put shares on the ask price, so that’s what I do to sell on the ask. The review of DAS Trading Platform is in class, I think it’s class 12 of the Day Trade course. I go into the platform, I show you exactly how to set everything up, including my hot keys. The statistics that I’m getting for my trading is imported, exported from my broker and then imported into Tradervue and that’s where I have everything, so Tradervue, it’s V, E, sorry, V, U, E.
When I see a stock moving up like INAP, I check the news. I go and check MarketWatch to see what the headline is, so MarketWatch is a pretty good source because they have anything that’s syndicated for the most part that’s going to be posted there. I use limit orders for all trades. I don’t use buy stop orders and I rarely use stop orders. No, they didn’t really charge much when I withdrew my money from Sharetrader. I think it was a $50 wiring fee.
Jose, yeah, to talk a little bit about the spreads, obviously on KBSF, spreads were a little bit more of an issue when they were opening up to $0.20 and generally, when a stock has bigger spreads like that, I start with smaller size and I make sure that I’m trading a really, really good quality set up and this was a really good, good quality five minute set up. I mean it was solid, so this is the right entry. I had faith in it. I had confidence in it and it worked out really well, so make sure you trade the best set ups and usually sizing down on big spread stocks.
I’m charting on eSignal and trading in SpeedTrader. Now to get a list of the stocks that arerestricted in Sharetrader, there’s a little red envelop in the bottom right hand corner and you can click on that and you’ll see the list. David, I think bracket orders are fine. I just, I haven’t figured out how to script them in DAS Trader, so I think they’re fine if you want to use them. I think it’s the advantages that you automatically put out a stop so you help manage your risk on every trade. I don’t think that’s a bad thing at all.
Rafael, Ctrl+; is the other one and those are the hot keys that I have on SpeedTrader.
Kristina, the halts are for the most part, we find out about the halts because we’re trading a stock that just got halted or because we’re looking at a stock that’s hitting the high day scanner and then we pull up, pull it up and we see that it’s halted, so usually stocks, when they get halted, you’ll get a little P for pause, volatility pause on the level 2 and you’ll see that the level 2 is not moving so that indicates that it’s halted and usually if you just ask in the room, someone will say, yup, it’s halted on a circuit breaker.
I don’t use a route specifically where HFTs couldn’t cut in front of me or do stuff like that. I don’t know for a fact that they don’t. That may vary broker to broker. I’m not totally sure on the answer to that question.
David, yeah, I’m trading on SpeedTrader. Usually if a stock moves up 10% in the last minute or two minutes, it’ll get halted. I think NASDAQ Total View is good because I, it seems to have more market depth than sometimes just like the regional quotes so I seem to prefer it. Yes, when I started this challenge at Sharetrader, I had six times leverage so my $500 deposit gave me a little over $3,000 in total buying power and that’s how I was able to grow the account so quickly, but obviously, doing that carried risk because if I lost more than $500, I’d be in debt to the broker.
Alejandro, what I meant was that every time I press the buy button, I’ll get charged commission, so if I press it three times, that’s three commissions. If I press it once and the broker fills it in five increments, well, it’s still just one commission.
Jocelyn, I just use NASDAQ Total View. You know, I like eSignal charts but thinkorswim charts are also really good, so a lot of students use thinkorswim for charting and I think that’s totally fine. It’s kind of personal preference to a certain extent because they’re both good platforms and TC2000 is also really good.
Vladimir, no, I don’t trade options, but Jeff does if he’s in the room. When a stock goes against me, I’m not always as quick as I should be with selling. I mean sometimes I really just seem to hold and look at it and try to decide whether that’s a momentary dip and it’s going to go back up or if it’s really an indicator that this is done, I’ve got to get out and I’m especially hesitant when I have a really big position and I know that slippage is going to make the loss even worse and I really want to make sure that I’m giving it the full chance. That kind of slows me down a little bit, but as long as I focus on really good quality setups, I think that I’ll hopefully be able to avoid those situations. This year with 81% accuracy for the most part, the situations where I’m going to trade and it just totally tanks are fairly rare. I mean even if I’m losing 18%, 19% of the time, those losses are not all situations where it tanks. Some of them are just trades that are kind of sideways and I take a small loss on.
Yeah, Charles, so at the beginning of the challenge, I was only trading stocks between $3 and $6 and then since then, I’ve been able to branch out a little bit more.
John, I don’t have a mobile app for trading, but I have my broker’s phone number on my favorites so I can just dial him real quick.
Amy, students get discounts with SpeedTrader, right just because you’re with where you’re trading, you get discount, $1 per share or $1 per trade and then you get an additional $1 per trade if you’re a Warrior Pro student and that brings you down to $2.95 per trade.
Yeah, David, generally a one minute red candle is going to be an exit indicator if I’m in on the one minute chart. Unless I’m up a lot, like with KBSF, we had a red candle here, but I was entering on the five minute timeframe, so I was like that’s okay. I can hold through one red candle because I’m still up and I’m basing this on a five minute timeframe.
SpeedTrader, or sorry, Sharetrader doesn’t give you margin on stocks below $3. When a stock is going against me, I sell on the bid, almost always on the bid.
All right guys, so with that, I will let you guys go enjoy the lunch hour and we’ll regroup, first thing tomorrow morning, we’ll do the pre-market watch list right around 9 a.m. Get ready for the open at 9:30, hopefully we’ll have a good day on Thursday and a good day Friday. It’s a short week but so far, it seems like a pretty good week. I’m up about a little over $10,500 on the week, so we’ll keep that hopefully momentum going into Thursday and Friday. All right guys, any comments or questions, you guys can leave them on the YouTube or Facebook channels. All right, I’ll see you guys soon.