Hurst Analysis

An analysis performed according to Hurst’s Cyclic Principles is called a phasing analysis because it involves working out what the phase is of each cycle influencing the market.

A phasing analysis is a wonderfully complex and yet straight-forward process. It is a skill that is learned and perfected, much like learning to play a musical instrument.

Here are recent analyses performed by the team of analysts who contribute to Hurst Cycles:

Bitcoin again …

In my previous post I wrote about Bitcoin, and presented an argument for the fact that Hurst cycles are active in the price fluctuations of this new currency. I concluded that post by stating that I believed a peak of 42-month magnitude was due to occur soon. I published the post on 16 December 2017, […]

Not so bullish ...

The 80-day trough 4

In our recent Hurst cycles webinar on 16 October 2017, I discussed the trading opportunity that was presenting itself in the S&P 500 for the market to drop down into an 80 day cycle trough. I also mentioned that I thought the better opportunity would probably come when price bounced out of that 80 day […]

S&P 500

GC ##-## (1 Week) 2017_05-20 week

Gold Revisited 1

  Gold is always interesting to analyze for a couple of reasons. Firstly, the viewpoints of the participants are usually at polar extremes, the inflationary group that says gold is going to $5000/oz. and beyond, and the deflationary group which is forecasting sub $1000/oz. again. Secondly, gold has a very consistent spectral structure which makes it […]


Natural Gas (/NG and /QG) 7

In February this year I was studying a long swing trade for natural gas (/NG Henry Hub). Here is an email I shared with David Hickson and some others privately:   I would like your opinion on a trade I am studying. I know you will think it crazy to be looking at the natural […]

Textbook Hurst 5

Now that the U.S. stock indices have gotten past the distortion in the charts caused by the fundamental interaction of the Brexit vote, they seem to be settling down back into their normal (?) cyclical patterns. The 4 year price wave has formed a low for the umpteenth time according to the spectral parameters set […]

^SP500 (Monthly)  6_1968 - 8_2016