Forex Forecast & Analysis For Bigger Profits Trading Hurst Cycles
A Forex Forecast and Forex Analysis is possible for all Forex Markets, because of the cyclical nature of price movement in all financial markets, e.g Forex, Stock, Commodities, Futures, etc. Sentient Trader is a Forex Trading System, based on Hurst Market Cycles, that predicts cycles and generates Forex Trading Signals based on Hurst’s Market Cycle Principles.
Forex Rates are influenced by an infinite number of JM Hurst Market Cycles and price movement is a summation of Hurst’s Market Cycles as well as some underlying fundamental market trend. This the basis of Hurst’s Market Cycles Principles. Forex Analysis of Market Cycles and a knowledge of how Hurst’s Cycles influence the markets, can provide traders with a detailed Forex Forecast in all Time Frames.
Forecasting and Trading Hurst’s Cycles in Forex Markets
One of Hurst’s most important Trading Tools is the Future Line of Demarcation (FLD). The crossing of price and FLD is a simple, yet powerful trading signal which is used by traders to accurately time their Trade Entries and Trade Exits. Using the interaction of price and FLD, traders are able to Forecast the Forex Markets.
David Hickson, the creator of Sentient Trader, has formalized a trading methodology based on the interaction of price and Hurst’s FLD. This FLD Trading Strategy is a trading plan which has Hurst’s Market Cycle Principles at its cores. The FLD Trading Strategy can be used to analyze, forecast and trade Forex Markets (and other markets too) and is able to generate steady and consistent Trading Profits for traders.
Sentient Trader Market Prediction Software
Sentient Trader software is a Forex Trading System and is based on Hurst’s Market Cycles Principles. It is the first and only software that emulates the advanced pattern recognition techniques taught by JM Hurst in the 1970s.
Sentient Trader Analyzes, Predict Cycles and generates Trade Entry and Exit Signals for Any Cycle, in Any Market, including the Forex Market.
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