Sigma-L: Expert Market Cycles Insight
Sigma-L brings the power of modern signal processing techniques, with a nod to the insight of engineer JM Hurst, to retail traders, funds and institutions.
Expect a compact and frequent email newsletter format, covering major market turning points and penned by an expert in the application and design of signal processing software for financial markets. Check out some of the best signals identified by our techniques in this Wow! signal article.
Proposed robustly by pioneering engineer JM Hurst in the 1960s and 1970s, periodic motion in financial markets is often bewildering for the average trader. Although an attempt was made by Hurst himself to simplify the techniques to a totally practical level in the now rare Cyclitec Cycles Course, many new and enthusiastic students are often disconcerted with the mathematical foundation at the heart of this approach.
Today, innovations in software and signal processing techniques would have amazed Hurst, allowing a huge range of markets to be subjected to this kind of time-series analysis.
Our bespoke time frequency analysis allows the investor or trader to leverage the predictive power of periodic functions present in financial markets. The edge a trader or general investor can gain from a deep knowledge of these techniques will be indispensable.
Emails are sent out nearly every day covering updates at crucial timing junctures in the following instruments (non exhaustive):
Stockmarkets (S&P500, DJIA, FTSE and more)
Forex (Dollar Index, all major USD, GBP, EUR, CAD and JPY pairs)
Cryptocurrency (Bitcoin, Ethereum and more)
Precious Metals (Gold, Silver, Uranium and more)
Energy (Oil, Natural Gas)
Subscribers are emailed the moment a new post goes live with our time targets and ranges clearly defined, in line with our time frequency analysis.
We also (from March 2023) update a trade report with each subsequent post for full transparency and insight, such is our confidence in the robust nature of this approach. This includes posting losses!
Our Software and Techniques
Our analysis is now given mainly via the microscope of an unbiased time frequency analysis. For more details on this technique please check out our article: Hacking the Uncertainty Principle: Time Frequency