Monthly Archives: July 2012

Economics and physical sciences … herd behaviour part 2

I have got to thinking about how ultimately applicable physical sciences are to the backwards stochastic (statistics of randomness) approach put forwards by economics. Armed with a few neodymium rare earth magnets, some iron filings and two of my daughters … Continue reading

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Like having an almanac of the future

The early results on the USDx long period analysis of underlying trend are in, as shown below. It is like having an almanac of the future to allow narrow highly tuned trading options prepared well in advance. Another high accuracy high correlation result … Continue reading

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Find out what is behind the green door

People who understand risk, will understand this great offer. This is a special release edition (in large hi resolution computer file .png format) of my updated data trend model for the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA, see sample below). In the package … Continue reading

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New modelling of old models

Since starting this side project (recently) in Jan2012, I have developed a much more refined and accurate method of analysis and modelling of asset trends. As examples, below is the first pass low level output for SPX and XAO using long periods for … Continue reading

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Australia’s 3 speed economy (but not what you’re thinking)

In continuing the abuse of worn out clichés, Australia is constantly promoted as having a 2 or 3 speed economy by various media pundits. Predominantly these speeds are variations on the rates of moving forwards. I’ll use the latter reference … Continue reading

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ECRI WLI update 2012Jun29 – cyclics

Here’s an update of the ECRI WLI for posterity purposes; nothing exciting is revealed and this is considered by me to be more a coincidence indicator than a leading indicator. The leading aspect of it (if anything) is that it … Continue reading

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