Monthly Archives: November 2010

Hindenburg Omen Meets the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

Tracking Market Cycles as “Fields” in Price and Time The rather ominous sounding Hindenburg Omen was the latest in a long line of one-off indicators said to be heralding an imminent global stock market crash. The basic premise of the Hindenburg Omen is worthy of contemplation. Extreme readings in the number of shares reaching new…
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Demystifying the S&P 1228 Target that Killed the Rally

If you were not looking for an important potential market top in the 20-week cycle, that was anticipated to be running long, on November 8, as the market closed in on the S&P 500 target of 1228, you must not be familiar with the Long Wave Dynamics approach to market analysis. The Long Wave Dynamics…
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