This is the third segment of my Cycles of War series and this paper discusses “Crisis Wars”. Crisis Wars are generational and are within a society or nation. This paper will talk about wars that America has been involved in and the generational spacing of Crisis Wars.
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Similar to soybeans, the bears have been ravaging the corn market, and the gloom is almost so thick “it could be cut with a knife”. Contrary opinion of this bearish belief indicates this is the time when an important low could unfold. And…just when the trade is so bearish, a “Perfect Storm” in corn prices is rapidly approaching.
This Video Update discusses the bottoming of two reliable cycles that have Cycle Turn Windows in August. Read more ›
The bears have been ravaging the market, and the gloom is almost so thick “it could be cut with a knife”. Contrary opinion of this bearish belief indicates this is the time when an important low could unfold. And…just when the trade is so bearish, a POWERFUL cycle low is at hand.
This Video Update discusses the bottoming of W.D. Gann’s 30-Year Cycle on March 1st 2016…and projected TIMES of the bottoming of his 84-Year Cycle. Read more ›
Since mid-June Soybeans and Corn have been hammered! Will it continue? Or were the lows this past week signs that there could be at least a rally back toward the highs of mid June.
Now it is time to take store of the current position of these two commodities. What is going on? What do our cycles indicate? What do Weekly Momentum Measurements indicate? What does Ratio Analysis project? Was Summer High the high for the year?
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I recently came across a blog on AgWeb.com by Bill Kirk of WeatherTrends360.com. Bill Kirk started his company back in 2002 and has developed quite a following. In reading his material I found he studies material that I present in my Annual Forecast so I know he has to be good. Being a meteorologist, he knows much better than I how to take the data and make projections into the future.
Here are some charts taken from his blog.
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