Predicting Market Trends with Periodic Number Cycle – Carl A.Futia


The book Predicting Market Trends with Periodic Number Cycle  was written by Carl A.Futia and published by The Cyclic Forecast on January 1, 1982. 

Overview of the book Predicting Market Trends with Periodic Number Cycle by Carl A.Futia

In this special study Predicting Market Trends with Periodic Number Cycle of Carl A.Futia, you will find out about one of the most precisely produced prediction instruments to prevent trend shifts in inventories and commodities. Very few have even heard of “periodic cycles of numbers”, and fewer have seen them behave or know how to utilize them. However, regular cycles of numbers are the key to recognizing and forecasting unforeseen trend reversals that make trading in stock and commodities markets so tough.

There is a fundamental distinction between a market analysis based on periodic cycles of numbers and one based on more classic cycle analysis methodologies. Ordinary cycles, such as those generated from the Fourier market price decomposition, are waves of set time and price amplitude. Thus, by its duration, you generally identify an ordinary cycle such as the “B week cycle” or “4 year cycle”, etc. In contrast to regular cycles, periodic number cycles vary in time; repeats of the same cycle require increasingly longer calendar periods. Periodic number cycles hence cannot be recognized with any permanent wavelength (they have none); instead, the initial major top or bottom cycle is identified that begins the sequence of numerical cycles to which the cycle in question belongs. As you explore this, predicting market trends using a periodic number cycle report, you will learn to appreciate this as well as many of the other unique aspects of the number cycles. 

General description of the content covered in the book Predicting Market Trends with Periodic Number Cycle of Carl A.Futia

  • You will learn how to build the Octagon Chart in Chapter 1. This is a table that allocates an angle between 0° and 360° to every positive whole number, expressly or implicitly (like 1, 2, 3, 4, …, 65, etc.). This connection between angles and numbers is the fundamental to building and using regular cycles of numbers.
  • Chapter 2 presents the simplest tools you will learn in prediction. This is the Natural Angles technique which simply uses weekly and monthly time data to estimate when the trend will shift.
  • Chapter 3 explains a more advanced forecasting approach. You will find how the Octagon Chart compares time data to price measurements directly and so predicts future trend reversal dates.
  • Several ways for using the Octagon Chart are discussed in Chapter 4 to anticipate future support and resistance levels and hence the scope of the present movement. This chapter also discusses the support and resistance levels of the calendar and how they may be utilized to anticipate the prices and the timings of future trends.
  • Chapter 5 shows how you may use what you have learned about periodic cycles with technical principles to improve your trading performance. Finally, there are several market charts in the appendix, not just listed here, but also historical tops and bottoms of the Dew industries, May soybeans, February pork bellies, March sugar and May wheat. These tables give all the information you need to start with your own study of the number cycle. It is highly likely that you will find the concepts weird and foreign in this article.

Try Carl A.Futia’s book Predicting Market Trends with Periodic Number Cycle, and you will be astonished by periodic number cycles which give you time changes in the market.

About the author Carl A.Futia

Carl A.Futia

Carl A.Futia is an e-mini S&P trader in real time, constantly commenting against all markets. He has an interest in mathematics (theory and algebra categories), predicting financial markets and economics. Two financial blogs he writes. The first is Carl Futia, who gives daily evaluations of trends and trend potential in key markets. Carl Futia Real Time, his second blog, is a subscription-based one. It is an in-hour trading session where participants may obtain a real-time analysis of the future of E-mini S&P and see the business of Carl A.Futia. He is the author, who has written two prominent books, Predicting Trends in the Markets With Periodic Number Cycles (1982), and The Art of Agri-Trading (2009).

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