• Update on S&P and 26 month cycle, 7 year cycle and Bradley

    This is a follow-up to the cycle analysis posted a month ago. There we saw that the 26 month and 7 year cycle have been the dominant cycles of the S&P 500.

    The chart below zooms in and shows the S&P 500 for the last two years (white) and the 26 month cycle (blue), the 7 year cycle (orange), and the inverted standard Bradley (red).

    The 7 year cycle, which worked almost perfectly in the last few year, shows a multi-month top right now.

    The 26 month cycle is in the middle of its weakest phase of the cycle, until April.

    The Bradley had it’s most significant extreme of the winter half year exactly at the time of the high of the S&P.


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