Monthly Archives: February 2013


Straddled troughs – 16 February 2013 4

One of the issues that newcomers to Hurst’s Cyclic Principles struggle with the most is that at times markets seem to be showing very little cyclic ¬†influence, and they move in a straight line, up, down or flat. Other cyclic theories suggest that cycles come and go, that a cycle will move the market for […]


Cycle Dominance – 2 February 2013 8

Cycle dominance is an aspect of the Hurst cyclic model of financial markets that is often dismissed as a small detail on the way towards reaching a final analysis. Identifying the dominant cycle (or dominant cycles, because there can be more than one) is one of the first tasks one performs when analyzing a market, […]