Trading


The purpose of analyzing a financial market (apart from the satisfying warm fuzzy feeling that performing a good analysis gives you) is to make profitable trading decisions. These posts specifically relate to the trading process:

The mid-channel pause

The Perfect Mid-Channel Pause 5

One of the results of the way in which cycles combine to influence financial markets is something Hurst called the “Mid-Channel Pause”. The mid-channel pause is, as the name implies, a pause in price movement which occurs “mid-channel”. But you don’t need to construct any channels in order to identify the mid-channel pause. It is simple […]


A perfect G-category interaction

The G-category Interaction 7

I know I bang on a lot about the interaction between price and the FLD, so I will keep this short and sweet. Last week I wrote about the F-category interaction that happened in the S&P 500 between Monday 22 September and Tuesday 23 September 2014. Following an F-category interaction we expect a G-category interaction. When […]


Hurst Trading Room – 17 June 2013 1

This Trading Report is about last week’s trading in the Hurst Trading Room using the FLD Trading Strategy. Please remember to visit Traders World Expo, where you can watch David Hickson’s presentation – Getting Market Moves Right With Hurst Cycles.  Watch Now – Trading Report Video – 17 June 2013 We have only one open trade at the moment – […]


Hurst Trading Report – 10 June 2013

This Trading Report is about last week’s trading in the Hurst Trading Room using the FLD Trading Strategy. Please remember to visit Traders World Expo, where you can watch David Hickson’s presentation – Getting Market Moves Right With Hurst Cycles.  Watch Now – Trading Report Video – 10 June 2013 Our three open trades all made profits last week, with […]