Join us for a very special episode of Cycles TV on October 22 at noon ET featuring Robert Prechter, president and founder of Elliott Wave International and author of 18 books on finance and socionomics, including Conquer the Crash, a New York Times bestseller.
Prechter's presentation Upcoming Regime Change in Finance and Beyond, which kicked off the FSC's Market Forecast 2021, has the distinction of being the most watched video on the FSC YouTube channel. It currently has over 41,000 views, and continues to grow every week.
Hosted by FSC Chairman of the Board and Executive Director Dr. Richard Smith, the special episode will revisit Prechter's slides from January 2021 and show how "regime change" has occurred in all three major financial areas: stocks, rates, and commodities. Then Smith and Prechter will discuss how far along we are and how far we have to go in the current trend.
The event is free. Sign up here.
October 22 at noon ET.
On a very special episode of Cycles TV, Theodore Modis shares his work on the Primordial S-Curve and the relationship between complexity and entropy.
Theodore Modis received a master’s degree in electrical engineering and a Ph.D. in physics from Columbia University. He carried out research in particle-physics experiments at Brookhaven National Laboratory and at CERN.
He is author/co-author of hundreds of articles in scientific and business journals and 10 books translated into a number of languages. He is known for his expertise in S-curves and his vehement criticism of the singularity concept. Founder of the consulting company, Growth Dynamics, he lives in Lugano, Switzerland.
Read his article "Sunspots, GDP, and the Stock Market" in Cycles Magazine Vol. 47.
Market cycles are not just about trading and the stock market.
In September 2021, the Foundation for the Study of Cycles (FSC) Board Member Lars von Thienen analyzed the Baltic Dry Index (BDI) in a live episode of Market Cycles Report on YouTube (starts at 17:30), noting that the dominant cycle was peaking.
The BDI peaked one week after the live broadcast and then crashed into the end of the year. The Index came down to 2000 from 5600, losing more than 50%! Using cycles analysis, von Thienen was able to predict this before it happened. The BDI is a leading indicator for global economic activity and von Thienen’s forecast was spot on.
This prediction wouldn’t be of use to traders as this market can’t be traded. However, cycles analysis could be used to predict global economic behavior using an index like the Baltic Dry Index, which would be extremely helpful to businesses. For example, in logistics a company could predict when the shipping and freight rates were going to drop and hedge against it.
This is cycles analysis that von Thienen offers for free. It is available to the public on the FSC’s YouTube channel, Cycles TV. Analysts get paid thousands for this kind of information.
Ray Tomes, FSC Board Member and Science Director, will host the new Saturday Science Summary on Cycles TV. The recorded broadcast will explore recent science news through the lens of cycles analysis.
New episodes will be posted on Saturdays at noon ET.
Tune into Cycles TV: youtube.com/c/FSCtv
Ask questions or suggest topics in the new Members Forum.
Join us on Saturday, May 1 at noon ET, for Cycles Magazine Live.
Board Chair and Executive Director, Dr. Richard Smith will talk about the special Earth Day issue and the reprint of one of the most important papers in the history of the Foundation, The Case for Cycles by Founder Edward R. Dewey.
He will be joined by special guest John Goldstone, coauthor of Welcome to the Turbulent Twenties.
Join us live!
- Date: Saturday, May 1
- Time: Noon ET
- Link: YouTube.com/c/FSCTV/live
SAVE THE DATE: On Saturday, March 27 at noon EDT, join us live for a very special episode of Cycles TV. Dr. Richard Smith will interview Jay Kaeppel, Senior Research Analyst at Sentiment Trader.
Kaeppel has over 30 years of experience in options, equity, and futures trading, and as a research analyst, trader, and portfolio manager. He has published four books on trading and writes the monthly Explore Your Options column for STOCKS & COMMODITIES.
Date: Saturday, March 27
Time: Noon EDT
Join us for FSC TV Live this Saturday, December 12, at 11 am EST. Dr. Richard Smith, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director, talks to Board Member Bill Sarubbi about current outlooks for the S&P and gold.
Date: Saturday, December 12
Time: 11 AM EST
Topic: Current Outlooks for the S&P and Gold
Join us live on Cycles TV this Saturday, November 14, at 1 pm EST.
Dr. Richard Smith, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director, will take a look back at the Financial Cycles Summit and see what we got right, what we got wrong, and where we go from here. He will also update viewers on the progress of the FSC rebuild.
Date: Saturday, November 14
Time: 1 pm EST
Topic: Financial Cycles Summit Three Month Review
We are pleased to announce the debut of Cycles Market Report, a weekly discussion on Cycles TV of cycles analysis using current market data.
Join us live every Monday at Noon EST, starting November 9, 2020.
Presented by FSC Board Member Lars von Thienen, this weekly session is a live review of datasets using cycles analysis methods. The purpose is to review current cycles to foster a better understanding of how to apply cycles analysis.
When: Every Monday
Time: Noon EST / 18:00 CET
This will be a fascinating mix of old and new, presented by Board Member, Lars von Thienen. The episode digs into key concepts around the synchrony of cycles with excerpts from Dewey’s Cycles: the Mysterious Forces that Trigger Events. Then we will take these concepts and use them to explore the current market using the FSC Cycles App.
Date: Saturday, October 10
Time: 19:00 CEST / 1pm EDT (30min)
Topic: The Synchrony of Cycles: Edward Dewey's key findings on cycle synchronicity and the current market