Category Archives: Harmonics

Harmonics cycles that are linked by simple ratios such as 1:2, 1:3, 2:3 etc.

Rhythm and Harmony can be in Tune

Rhythm or tempo can be considered as slow vibrations compared to normal sound vibrations, but that nevertheless may be in tune with the frequencies of the notes in the music. This is a novel idea and requires some explanation. Suppose … Continue reading

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Edward R Dewey and the Case for Cycles

After training as an economist, Edward R Dewey devoted his entire working life to the study of cycles. This was because, following the 1929 crash and resulting depression,  he found that cycles were more useful for predicting economic events than … Continue reading

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Cycle in US depressions

(from a post by Darrin Vernier in astrofin Yahoo group) The two Great Depressions of American history up to this point have been in 1873 and 1929. Interestingly 56 years has been a favorite cycle period of authors such as … Continue reading

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Harmonically Related Cycles in IBM Share Price

Analyzing 67 significant cycles periods in IBM share prices by Kotov’s method of finding communalities produces a series of periods 120,60, 20, 10, 5, 2.5 days, agreeing with J M Hursts nominal cycles and Edward R Dewey’s common cycles ratios. Continue reading

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