Cycles of War

At my 2016 Forecast Presentation of last December, I was asked if I had done any studies on Cycles of War? My answer was that I did some study of war cycles back in the early 1990’s, but no real research since then.

When I returned home I started to do some research. I found it an incredibly interesting subject. Ancient writers from the Etruscans, the Romans, the Persians, etc. to more modern writers from Austria, the Netherlands, France, England, etc. have written about Cycles of War.

What is most intriguing is that many of these ancient to modern writers discuss a very similar time interval between major wars. There are definitely “Cycles of War”.

The short introduction is the first of several short reports that I hope to write. I hope you find the paper interesting. Don’t hesitate to send me any questions or comments you may have.

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The Quarter-Cycle of the 30-Year Cycle Has Bottomed – What Now? (posted 3-29-16)

 

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It is one thing to anticipate a cycle low. Once a cycle low is confirmed the next crucial questions become, “What happens now? What tools can be used to project the Spring and Summer Highs?”

The first element that MUST be recognized is that fundamentals are the determining factor to the amplitude of Harmonic Timing’s cycles.

This Video contains Price Analysis of July soybeans and July corn. Fundamental considerations will determine which price projections are reached at the Spring and Summer Highs. The Video contains an offer that will not be available in the future.

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The Amplitude of Cycles is Determined by Fundamental Factors (posted 3-10-16)


This Video Update covers:

  1. An internationally recognized climatologist says that March 2016 has similarities to March 2012. This is a huge “WOW.” Recall that both corn and soybeans reached record highs in 2012.
  2. The Quarter-Cycles in both corn and soybeans are bottoming.
  3. Weekly Momentum Measurements indicate soybeans are poised for a multi-week to multi-month rally. Weekly Momentum Measurements of corn are being closely monitored for bullish reversals
  4. The Commercial-Hedgers of both corn and soybeans are poised to trigger “Set-Ups” to stalk “Action Triggers” to enter into multi-week to multi-month rallies.
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Tools Used to Stalk Cycle Lows (recorded 2-26-16)


This Video Update covers:

  1. The Quarter-Cycle of the 30-Year Cycle projects a MAJOR low during the 1stQuarter of 2016.
  2. Weekly Momentum Measurements are poised to indicate a multi-week to multi-month low is in the position to unfold.
  3. The Commercial-Hedgers of both corn and soybeans are poised to trigger “Set-Ups” to stalk “Action Triggers” to enter into multi-week to multi-month rallies.
  4. The long-term pattern of both soybeans and corn show they are at trendline and ratio support levels.
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Capture the Power & Profit Potential of the 30-Year Cycle as it Bottoms in Beans and Corn (rec. 2-24-16)


This Video Update covers:

  1. The Quarter-Cycle of the 30-Year Cycle projects a MAJOR low during the 1st Quarter of 2016.
  2. The anticipated 30-Year Cycle low is confirmed and reinforced by other of our proprietary intermediate-term cycles.
  3. Weekly Momentum Measurements are poised to indicate a multi-week to multi-month low is in the position to unfold.
  4. The long-term pattern of both soybeans and corn show they are at trendline and ratio support levels.
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