An article entitled “Hurst’s Cyclic Analysis” appears in the April 2011 edition of “Technical Analysis of Stocks & Commodities“. The article gives a brief introduction to JM Hurst’s Cyclic Theories. It then goes on to outline the difference in approach to Phasing Analysis, between the techniques Hurst described in his book “The Profit Magic of […]
Visit the Traders World Online Expo 9, to view an exclusive webinar about “Trading with Hurst’s Cyclic Theory“. It is available from 1st March 2011. The Expo has been extended to 31st May 2011. The webinar has been recorded especially for the Expo 9 by David Hickson, the creator of the Sentient Trader – Hurst […]
Sentient Trader has been selected for the “Finalist – Best Specialist Product” category in the annual awards of the prestigious magazine “The Technical Analyst“. The winner will be announced at the annual gala dinner Awards Ceremony. This year it will take place at The Waldorf Hilton Hotel, London UK, on 14th April 2011. “The Technical […]
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