Monthly Archives: March 2014


10 Week Low 10

I’ve been given the privilege to share some of my insights and experience with the use of bandpass filters in applying the Hurst methods. Instead of a long winded dissertation, I thought it best to begin with an example. The chart below is a daily chart of Russell 2000 futures. The indicator at the bottom […]

TF ##-## (Daily)  10_23_2013 - 3_28_2014-20day

Hurst 10 week low due mid-April ...

$SPX 18 month Hurst cycle low 5

In January I suggested that we had seen a contracted 4.5 Hurst cycle in Nov. 2012 for the US markets (eg. $SPX) and that based on price action seen in the 70s and 80s, we should look for a straddle trough to form for the current 18 month cycle. I will defer first to the […]


A never ending story?! – 23 March 2014 1

Hello all I’ve been kindly asked by the ST team to reproduce my comments in the Hurst Signals’ chat over the US SP500 index whereby I introduce the long term picture down to the recent price action, here they are: I’m currently on extreme alert due to a potential major, major top is forming in […]

SP500 weekly

A worrying symmetry

The Path Down – 14 March 2014 2

Last week I discussed when we might expect a peak, and drew the conclusion that it was coming soon. It came slightly sooner than I expected as this week the US markets failed to get above last Friday’s high. Those few days have turned the current cycle shape more bearish than the symmetry I presented last week […]


DJIA 2014-03-07

Projecting a Peak – 7 March 2014 3

Last week I discussed watching the bullishness of the shorter cycles to gauge the general health of the market. The 40-day trough was due early this week, and the US markets continued to beat a perfect rhythm as they formed a small trough on Monday, which was most probably the expected 40-day cycle trough. The […]