Monthly Archives: April 2010

Fibonacci Trading Grids and the Fading S&P 500 1228 Target

Investors and traders are increasingly recognizing the value of using Fibonacci ratios to anticipate support and resistance prices in major equity indexes. Fibonacci ratios are natural phenomena found in seashells, tree rings, music masterpieces like Beethoven’s ninth symphony, and even in the order found in the structure of galaxies. A major equity index like the…
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Tracking Stock Market Cycles with Long Wave Dynamics and Theory 144

In the 1920s Russian economist Nikolai Kondratieff discovered that international free market capitalism goes through regular boom and bust cycles, he called them long waves. Investors and traders commonly view the long wave as an obscure unproven theory, without profitable application to modern financial markets. Growing evidence suggests that such an assessment of the long…
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The Long Wave (aka The K Wave) “Jubilee” Cycle

The long wave debate rages on. Meanwhile, the global debt berg, the chief product of crony state capitalism, has begun to block the profligate paths of listing ships of state. The confident captains of crony state capitalism are at the helm, sailing into the foggy financial abyss of cascading sovereign debt defaults. The growing black…
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