Hurst Cycles Trading and Analysis

25Aug

ST Outlook - 25 August 2012

by David Hickson
On Tuesday (21 August 2012) the US markets made new highs intraday, (relative to the peaks formed earlier this year), but by the end of the day prices...
18Aug

ST Outlook - 18 August 2012

by David Hickson
The US markets are poised for a reversal to the downside. Our analysis has been looking towards this peak ever since the identification of the 40-week...
11Aug

ST Outlook - 11 August 2012

by David Hickson
There are some weeks when the markets seem peaceful, benign even. Those are times when I become extra cautious, because they seem to me like the calm ...
04Aug

ST Outlook - 4 August 2012

by David Hickson
One of the most common misconceptions that we cling to when trying to understand financial markets is that news events cause the price movements of th...
28Jul

ST Outlook - 28 July 2012

by David Hickson
There are only eight Hurst Cyclic Principles that define the way in which financial markets are influenced by cycles. Each one of these principles is ...
21Jul

ST Outlook - 21 July 2012

by David Hickson
Perhaps one of the greatest "a-ha" moments for me (and I'm not talking about the Norwegian band - I was going to use the word "epiphanies" but that so...
14Jul

ST Outlook 14 July 2012

by David Hickson
The greatest benefit of analyzing financial markets according to cyclic principles is the insight that it provides in terms of what to expect and when...
07Jul

ST Outlook - 7 July 2012

by David Hickson
In a conversation with an experienced Hurst analyst (and long-term Sentient Trader user) this week he mentioned that he was feeling bullish "followin...
30Jun

ST Outlook - 30 June 2012

by David Hickson
It might be my film-making background, but I always believe that I can detect a personality in the financial markets. Perhaps better described as a "c...
23Jun

ST Outlook - 23 June 2012

by David Hickson
As the Nasdaq reached its 80-day FLD on Tuesday, and median price settled squarely onto the FLD line my trader instinct was to tighten stops, whereas ...