Monthly Archives: October 2010

Press Release – Sentient Trader

SENTIENT TRADER cycles to Profit with JM Hurst Mogliano, Macerata, Italy (25th October 2010) In a pioneering development set to benefit day traders and swing traders alike, the cyclic theories of JM Hurst have been interpreted and developed by Sentient Trader into a modern computer trading system. The culmination of five years’ development, the Hurst […]

Peaks are complicated

The market has been going up in a fairly straight line since late August, and it looks as if the rise is getting tired and the market is about to turn down. This move down could be a fairly nasty one. Here is a chart of the S&P 500 index with medium-term cycle phasing indicated: […]

Sentient Trader’s New Look

The first reaction of our beta testing team when they got their hands on the all-new Sentient Trader was: “Wow, it looks so fantastic!” (and yes it still works as well!) Well, the kudos for the new look of the software go to Bianca Geldenhuys of Tenacity Works, a truly great design company based in […]

More history – personal motivations

Providing a little more historical background to the Sentient Trader project, here is a very early post to the original Sentient Code blog. The post explains some of my personal motivations in creating the project which has evolved into Sentient Trader. This was originally posted on 5 June 2008: I’ve been trading for over 15 […]