Hurst Cycles Trading and Analysis

28Mar

Time For a Bounce - 28 March 2014

by David Hickson
Over the past few weeks I have been writing about the US stock market's decline into an 80-day cycle trough. Now it is time to start thinking about th...
21Mar

The Hurst Community

by David Hickson
Today I would like to do something a little different, and celebrate the Hurst community which is growing daily and has been the most rewarding aspect...
14Mar

The Path Down - 14 March 2014

by David Hickson
Last week I discussed when we might expect a peak, and drew the conclusion that it was coming soon. It came slightly sooner than I expected as this w...
07Mar

Projecting a Peak - 7 March 2014

by David Hickson
Last week I discussed watching the bullishness of the shorter cycles to gauge the general health of the market. The 40-day trough was due early this w...
28Feb

How Bullish is The Cycle? - 28 February 2014

by David Hickson
The markets have been behaving very well in cyclic terms, finding support this week at the 20-day FLD as expected. We are now expecting price to drop ...
21Feb

Time Will Tell - 21 February 2014

by David Hickson
There are times in the markets that are more interesting than others, moments when the price action reveals its cyclic truth. This is one of those tim...
14Feb

Are the Cycles Quickening? - 14 February 2014

by David Hickson
Evidence has been mounting recently that the cycles which move the stock markets of the world have been "running short". Two weeks ago John mentioned ...
07Feb

The VTL Squeeze - 7 February 2014

by David Hickson
Hurst defined two cyclic tools - the FLD (Future Line of Demarcation) and the VTL (Valid Trend Line). I write a good deal about the FLD because I have...
01Feb

A South African's View - 1 February 2014

by David Hickson
Should we trade the next interaction with the 20-day FLD or not? I would like to present a novel way of answering that question. To receive these b...
28Jan

J.M. Hurst and The 4 Year Presidential Cycle

by SilentOne
The last time we looked at the NDX and CSCO, we considered the Nov. 2012 low as a Hurst 4.5 year cycle low. In retrospect, this certainly appears to b...