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, […]