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ΣL GBP Composite - 12th May 2023 | @ 160 Days
'B' class signal detected in Sigma-L British Pound Composite (GBP vs USD/EUR/AUD/CAD/JPY). Running at an average wavelength of 160 days over 6 sample iterations since April 2020. Currently peaking.
Signal Class & Attributes
Defining characteristics of the component detected over the sample period.
Detected Signal Class: B - learn more
Average Wavelength: 160.11 Days
Completed Iterations: 6
Time Frequency Analysis
Time frequency charts (learn more) below will typically show the cycle of interest against price, the bandpass output alone and the bandwidth of the component in the time frequency heatmap, framed in white. If a second chart is displayed it will usually show highpassed price with the extracted signal overlaid for visual clarity.
Signal Detail & Targets
Here we give more detail on the signal relative to speculative price, given the detected attributes of the component. In most cases the time target to hold a trade for is more important, given we focus on cycles in financial markets. Forthcoming trough and peak ranges are based upon the frequency modulation in the sample.
Phase: Peaking / Peaked1
FM: +- 25 Days2
AM: N/A (Composite)3
Next Trough Range: July 9th - August 28th, 2023
Next Peak Range: September 25th - November 14th, 2023
Sigma-L Recommendation: Sell
Time Target: ~ 3rd August 2023
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Signal Phase: This is ‘how far along’ the cycle is in it’s period at nowtime and is related to the predicted price action direction.
Signal Frequency Modulation: This is how much, on average, the signal detected varies in frequency (or wavelength) over the whole sample. A lower variance is better and implies better profitability for the component. Frequency usually modulates relatively slowly and over several iterations.
Signal Amplitude Modulation: This is how much the component gains or loses power (price influence) across the sample, on average. Amplitude modulation can happen quite quickly and certainly is more evident than frequency modulation in financial markets. The more stable the modulation the better.