The long term crash cycle

In a previous article I pointed out the possible existence of a 4666 day (= 666 weeks) and a 88.37 year cycle in the market. Of course, with only 200 years of observed stock market history we have little proof for it. One reader asked whether there are even longer cycles we could possibly consider.… Continue reading The long term crash cycle

The Saros cycle and the stock market

Once in a while I get questions about lunar and solar eclipses, or messages from readers who protest against my website stating that eclipses are rather irrelevant for the markets. I can’t help it that there is no consistent effect from eclipses as such. It’s just a common sense thing. Any casual observer can find… Continue reading The Saros cycle and the stock market