There are times when there is so much to say about what is happening in the markets that I don’t know where to start. This is not one of those times! It has been 20 weeks since the 40-week trough formed in the stock markets in June this year, and so we are expecting the […]
We have been very busy this week making information about our FLD Trading Strategy available. If you enjoy analyzing markets according to Hurst’s Cyclic Principles but wonder how you can move from analysis to trading then you absolutely have to look at the FLD Trading Strategy. The FLD is one of the cyclic tools that […]
The markets did just what was expected of them this week: they surrendered to the Bear. I spent the week fishing in the Sibillini mountains in Umbria (Italy), and so I had ample time to think of new ways to examine the markets from a Hurst perspective instead of simply repeating myself as our analysis […]
Last week I banged on about the insignificance of the trough that has been forming in many of the markets that we follow. Today I would like to expand upon this topic by discussing why I continue to expect this trough to be insignificant, and describe how that has to do with cycle shapes (you […]
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