Hurst Cycles Trading and Analysis


A Big Moment - 3 October 2014

by David Hickson
I'm a bit of a gadget freak, I admit it. This week I realized that one of the reasons I created Sentient Trader was so that while preparing dinner for...

The FLD Pullback - 27 September 2014

by David Hickson
The FLD (Future Line of Demarcation) is a very useful aid in the analysis of a market, and also for making trading decisions. Anyone who uses the FLD...

A Little Commonality - 19 September 2014

by David Hickson
Hurst’s Principle of Commonality states that financial markets around the world move with a good deal in common. What this means in practical terms ...

The Peak - 12 September 2014

by David Hickson
The US stock markets have been going up inexorably for a good two years (at least). They formed what seems to be a very shallow 40-day cycle trough th...

The Last Euro Bull - 5 September 2014

by David Hickson
Yes, that’s me, the last Euro Bull still standing! Actually that is a misleading title. I am not “still bullish”, but am about to become bullish...

The August Trough - 29 August 2014

by David Hickson
I know that whenever I take a holiday the markets are going to do something surprising, and I will be lying on the beach surreptitiously sneaking a lo...

The 40-Day Cycle Trough - 18 July 2014

by David Hickson
Last week I wrote about my reasons for thinking that the 20-week cycle trough occurred on 16 June 2014 and I mentioned that the 40-day cycle trough mi...

Analyzing With The FLD - 11 July 2014

by David Hickson
I have written a great deal about how I use the FLD to make trading decisions with the FLD Trading Strategy, but of course the FLD (Future Line of Dem...

Hurst Signals - Notable Trades - April 2014

by Paul Johnson
Hurst Signals are published automatically every day and when Trading Opportunities occur, they are displayed on our Online Charts as well as publishe...

The Bigger Picture - 27 June 2014

by David Hickson
The jury is still out on (in my opinion) on the position of the 20-week cycle trough that I discussed last week. It seems likely to have occurred in t...