Applying Dewey’s Cycle Harmonics by Lyle Pai
Faced with a large and ever-expanding list of possible cycles to choose from, how does anyone ﬁnd the right cycles to trade with? Here’s a look at some of the different approaches to cycle analysis and what drives these types of cycles so you can hunt for those that best suit your needs.
What’re cycles without a little history? In 1967, Edward Russell Dewey wrote and published “The Case For Cycles.” It was an attempt by Dewey, and not his ﬁrst, to tell anyone who was interested in these wonderful cycles that he and his colleagues at the Foundation for the Study of Cycles were ﬁnding in all walks of life. From cycles of the Canadian lynx to pig iron production, from sunspots to the Dow Jones Industrial Average, he wrote that he had irrefutable proof that these cycles existed and that they were not the product of chance ...