12 Rules of the Formula Timing Plan

“Pattern is the sunlight of the mind.”

               P.Q. Wall

The basic concept behind Market Cycle Dynamics (MCD) approach to global market analysis is that cycles explain market activity. The following are 12 basic rules that guide Market Cycle Dynamics Formula Timing Plan methods and market cycle analysis for investors and traders:

  1. Market Cycle Dynamics explain essential global market cycle activity.
  2. The math of market cycles express the wave function of fields of human action.
  3. Dividing specific cycles by either 4 or 3 produces the next smaller cycle.
  4. The long wave divided by 144 is a Wall cycle (the 141.9-Day cycle).
  5. Human activity occurring in fields in price-time produces market cycles.
  6. Market cycles have ideal lengths, but fluctuate by Fibonacci ratios of their ideal.
  7. Never forget the ideal cycle date targets, even when other cycle counts look valid.
  8. Fibonacci ratios produce support and resistance price grids for cycles.
  9. Fibonacci Grids and Dynamic Web ranges explain the market’s price behavior.
  10. Sentiment indicators, such as stochastics, predict market cycle trends.
  11. Bowl and dome formations contain cycle trends and predict direction.
  12. MCD provides investors and traders with a cycle based Formula Timing Plan.

One of the most important aspects of the Market Cycle Dynamics approach to markets is a remarkable discovery by the late market timing legend P.Q. Wall. He discovered that a long wave cycle divided by 144 produces the 20-week trader’s cycle, what MCD research has rechristened as the ideal 141.9-Day “Wall” cycle. This discovery has major implications for market cycle research and technical analysis of global stock, commodity, bond, gold and currency markets.