Sigma-L: Expert Hurst Cycles Insight
Sigma-L brings the power and robust nature of Hurst Cycles analysis to traders/investors in a new way. Expect a compact yet comprehensive email newsletter and website format, penned by an expert in the application of this wonderful technique.
Originally proposed by pioneering engineer JM Hurst in the 1960s and 1970s, Hurst Cycles are often bewildering for the average investor/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.
Hurst Cycles allows the investor or trader to leverage the predictive power of periodic functions present in financial markets. Hurst Cycles are completely unique in approach and comprise a robust set of action signals, risk management and price action methodology. The edge a trader or general investor can gain from a deep knowledge of this technique will be indispensable.
Updated weekly, subscriptions to Sigma-L cover a range of popular instruments:
Stockmarkets (S&P500, DJIA, FTSE and more)
Forex (USDCAD, USDJPY, EURGBP, AUDNZD, Dollar Index and more)
Cryptocurrency (Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and more)
Precious Metals (Gold, Silver, Uranium and more)
Energy (Oil, Natural Gas and more)
Custom phasing analysis on any financial instrument available on request.
Subscribers are emailed the moment a new post goes live and reports on price action with targets in terms of price and time are, naturally, front and center for all instruments.
Hurst Cycles Software
Although strictly speaking not required to trade/invest using Hurst Cycles analysis, the very useful software Sentient Trader developed by David Hickson, is available for interested subscribers. It will be used for most charts on Sigma-L and removes some of the ‘donkey work’ involved in a full phasing analysis. It is a pattern recognition based software approach (with a nod to the spectral domain) and incorporates the ‘diamond notation’ method espoused by Hurst in the expansive Cyclitec Cycles Course.
Students are encouraged however to perform their own manual full phasing analysis when learning these techniques as no software solution is a black box. The trained human mind is a superior discretionary tool on most occasions!