Advisers


The following people are Cycles Research Institute Advisers

Ray Tomes ray-tomes
Director of Cycles Research Institute

Development of CATS cycles analysis software and collection and analysis of time series. Developed Harmonics Theory as an explanation for observed patterns of cycles and structure of the Universe. Lives in New Zealand.

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Charles C. Blatchley Charles C. Blatchley
Professor of Physics
Pittsburg State University

Areas of study centre on particle physics, accelerators, scattering, radiation, radionuclides, geological & archeological dating.

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Leslie Carol Botha Leslie C. Botha

Women’s Health Educator, author, publisher, and broadcast journalist on the subject of women’s hormonal health.

In 2006, she received the Edward R. Dewey Award for her research on how women’s hormonal fluctuations affect their behaviors. Lives in USA.

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Anthony F. Herbst Anthony F. Herbst
Professor of Finance at the University of Texas at El Paso (retired 2006)
Founding editor of The Journal of Financial Engineering

Wrote cycles analysis software for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and the book “Analyzing and Forecasting Futures Prices: A Guide for Hedgers, Speculators and Traders”.

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David Hickson David Hickson
Is the author of “The Hurst Trader” which is software that follows the methods designed by Hurst in his famous book “The Profit Magic of Stock Transaction Timing” and subsequent course material. Lives in Italy at present (home is South Africa).

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K. David Katzmire K. David Katzmire
For the Foundation for the Study of Cycles, he served as Webmaster and Events Coordinator while in Albuquerque, New Mexico and as Editor and contributor of Cycles Magazine. His original work is Kala-Rhythms, ( KalaRhythms.org ), which may be described as the ‘Bio-Rhythms of a Nation’. He has agreed to help CRI with promotion, web design and database management as CRI webmaster and to co-edit the upcoming Cycles Research Journal.

Alberto Pedroni Alberto Pedroni
Cycles approach to markets and stocks trading, especially using matlab to follow Herbst method as described in his book “Analyzing and forecasting future prices”. Lives in Italy.

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Gupta M Shyamgupta-shyam

Scientist with National Institute of Oceanography, Dona Paula, Goa, India.

Areas of study include marine geology, micropaleontology, paleoclimate reconstruction in the late quaternary using multivariate and spectral analysis and artificial neural networks.

Roger ‘tallbloke’ Tattersall Roger "Tall Bloke" Tattersall

Digital Content Manager at the University of Leeds (UK)

Collation of data and written materials relating to the study of solar system dynamics and it’s relationships with climate patterns and communication with researchers in related fields of inquiry.

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Vladimir LadmaVlkadimir Ladma

Lives in Czech Republic and works in IT. Has carried out extensive analysis of solar system cycles and the theory of music and related matters.

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Geoff Sharpgeoff-sharp-3

Senior Software Consultant for 20 years for a large international software house. Currently researching Solar Physics in relation to Solar System Dynamics along with Dendrochronology Calibration via Astronomical Alignments.

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Georg MayerGeorge-Mayer

German geoscientist, market analyst, cycle enthusiast, founder and moderator of the ‘Time-Price-Research‘ Yahoo!-Group (since 2001), and the ‘Time-Price-Research’ blog (since 2012), both dealing with financial astrology and market cycles. Based in East Africa, he works in geothermal development.

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