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
The last link is a good composite cycle going back over a year and a half. I’m not saying that BTC-USD is about to crash, but anyone buying BTC-USD today should be just fine with a 50% correction and holding for another 3 years.
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
In his blog post from 2018, Foundation for the Study of Cycles’ Chairman of the Board and CEO, Dr. Richard Smith, wrote, “One of the things that I am personally most excited about is that we have secured all of the physical assets of the FSC... Here is a picture of what we found in the Palm Springs storage unit when we first arrived.”
Smith continues, “After nearly two weeks of tireless work by Nathaniel Hansen, I am very pleased to report that these archives are in much better condition today.”
Thousands of documents were organized. Some have been scanned and are available in the FSC Library, which is accessible to Members. Others are precious, one-of-a-kind documents that have yet to be scanned.
One of the main priorities of the Foundation over the last two years was to secure a safe place and environment in which to store the archives. Recently Smith rolled up his sleeves again and prepared the new storage space.
We are all resting much easier knowing these irreplaceable materials that trace the history and work of FSC are in a safe place.