Financial time series cycle analysis

Good morning all!

I want to thanks Ray for this new born blog, I hope this will be a place where meeting people to share ideas and work together. I am involved in cycle analysis for stocks, indices and generally financial time series; with some friends we are working at the idea proposed by Prof. Anthony Herbst in his book “Analyzing and forecasting future prices” in Matlab.

I hope there will be people interested in this, to share and compare ideas as well as suggestions and maybe to start a serious working team.

With my best regards,

Alberto

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4 Responses to Financial time series cycle analysis

  1. jeff horovitz says:

    Ray. Keep up the good work! Drop me a note and let me know what I can do to help!

  2. Ray Tomes says:

    Jeff, good to hear from you. We would welcome your informing us of new findings in the field of biology and medicine.

    • “There’s been a lot of talk about the Shemitah. Some say nothing happened, yet $11 trillion in global stock market wealth was wiped out during the third quarter of 2015.

      Eleven trillion dollars. We checked in with Jonathan Cahn, author of The Mystery of the Shemitah, to get his response to the headlines that suggest nothing happened in September. Cahn told us every one of the last seven Shemitahs has seen a collapse in the financial or economic realm.

      The Shemitah of 1966 saw what has been called the “forgotten crash.”
      The Shemitah of 1973 saw the collapse of the financial realm followed by a global recession.
      The Shemitah of 1980 saw an economic recession followed by a stock market collapse.
      The Shemitah of 1987 saw another stock market collapse, including the greatest single-day percentage crash in Wall Street history, known as “Black Monday.”
      The Shemitah of 1994 saw “the Great Bond Market Massacre,” the greatest collapse up to that time of the bond market, a market twice as big as the stock market.
      The Shemitah of 2001 saw 9/11 a stock market collapse and economic recession.
      The Shemitah of 2009 saw a stock market collapse and the Great Recession.”

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