Market Science - Volume II
Market Dynamics

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Soybeans - Stock Market - Live Cattle

This is the fourth book in this unique series and is arguably one of the most valuable source of market information ever printed. A statement like this is not made lightly because hard facts have to be provided to prove it. Market Dynamics does what has never before been done by anyone, anywhere, at any time. It provides a model, based on a simple number series, that defines every major turning point in price-time. The resolution of this model is shown to be within two cent-days over the entire historical record of soybeans, beginning in 1913.

THIS BOOK PROVES THAT MARKET MOVEMENTS ARE PERFECTLY ORDERED. Not only are soybeans and live cattle studied, but a STOCK MARKET GROWTH SPIRAL AND CYCLE UPDATE is also provided, showing the perfect order within the growth spiral of that market, after the crash of 1987.

Lesson XIII - Non-Euclidean Price-Time Geometry

Financial markets typically follow non-linear trends. This curvilinear nature of price-time is caused by the curvature of the time element, a fact that has been proven by the Theory Of Relativity.


This lesson studies in detail the curvilinear geometric forms that evolve in financial markets, demonstrating these constructs in SOYBEANS, LIVE CATTLE, AND THE STOCK MARKET.  As Price-Time Vectors rotate around a point they create ellipses. As these ellipses are revolved around an axis they sweep out the torus, which defines the containment perimeter of price-time action.

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Lesson XIV - Quantum Energy Levels of Freely Traded Markets

This lesson isolates and identifies the dominant number series defining the progression of growth spirals in the soybean market and shows that the natural law governing this progression is the same used to model the basic element of matter, i.e., the structure of the atom. Readers will recognize this from their high school chemistry as the s, p, d, f energy levels. When market movements, in both price and time, can be accurately modeled by a number series, projections of the future magnitudes of these movements become mechanical.

Lesson XV - Soybean Cycles

TestimonialThis lesson identifies and proves the dominant cycles in soybeans, using the most complete historical data available. The locations of these cycles are provided showing projections of when to expect future turning points.  Anyone actively involved in this market, who does not know the locations of these cycles, is setting himself up for financial disaster.

Lesson XVI - Square of Fifty-Two

The square of fifty-two is one of the most important cycles in many markets, including soybeans. One-fourth of this square is the 13-year cycle that defined such moves as the 1973 to 1986 bear market. The planetary correlation with this square is demonstrated.

Trade With Cycles... Know When to Sell

Cycles determine the trend and how long that trend will last before reversing direction. If you consistently trade against the trend you will lose money. The chart shown below is the daily May contract for soybeans, between the major top in January, 1994 and August, 1995. The cycle work gave six sell signals during this time. All SIX NAILED THE TOP TO THE DAY! All of these tops were determined when the January, 1994 top completed. Buy signals are generated by a different cycle that is equally accurate. If you want to trade with a longer or shorter time period there are accurate cycles pinpointing turns in those time frames.

Daily May Soybeans


 Learn How to Predict Future Market Cycles

To determine in advance when the direction of the trend will change you must know the locations of the cycles. Four-Dimensional Stock Market Structures And Cycles and Market Science teaches the true construct of market cycles. Although most traders think that cycles move in a straight line trending either up or down, this is not the case. Just like everything else in nature that is set into revolving motion, MARKET CYCLES MOVE IN ELLIPSES. Chart XII.D in Market Dynamics shows how the soybean market was contained by a large elliptical cycle between 1978 and 1998. After that ellipse was penetrated, prices quickly collapsed to 20 year lows.

Ellipses Define the Trend

It is the interaction between two or more ellipses that causes the direction of the trend to change. For example, the figure shown below is that of two ellipses intersecting. The perimeters of these two ellipses come together at the two points identified by the arrows. As the cycle moves around the perimeter of one ellipse, the market trends upward until it reaches the point where the two ellipses come together, then the market makes a top and reverses direction. The same happens at the other point defining the market bottom. The larger ellipses define the long-term trend and the smaller ellipses define the smaller moves.


Stock Market Cycle and Growth Spiral Update

This lesson provides an update of the locations of the stock market cycles identified in Four-Dimensional Stock Market Structures And Cycles. These cycles have repeated very reliably and defined THE TIMING AND MAGNITUDES of the drops into the 4/1994, 11/1994, 4/1997, 10/1997, 4/1998 and 10/1998 bottoms. Additonal stock market material includes a breakdown of the sections of the growth spiral that unfolded between the crash of 1987 and 1995. The points of force defining the limits of the movements since the 1987 crash have worked out perfectly.

Applications of the Musical Fifth to Financial Market Timing

The Pythagorean musical scale is based on the musical fifth, or a ratio of 3:2. This same ratio is found in the expansion and decomposition of growth spirals in all markets. Market Dynamics demonstrates the importance of the musical fifth in soybeans by showing that the structure of growth spirals follows the same mathematical principles used by Pythagoras when he created his musical scale. The DJIA is used as the stock market example.

Dimensions of Ancient Temples and Soybean Growth Spirals

Mr. Cowan has spent years traveling the world studying various ancient temples. This work is intended as an introduction to this subject and shows that the same dimensions chosen throughout the world by the ancient architects of such temples as the Tower Of Babel, the Ziggurat Of Ur, and the Tiahuanaco Ruins in Bolivia are found in the expansion of financial market growth spirals. These numbers are IDENTICAL to those defining the growth spiral expansion and contraction of the soybean market. Considered sacred by the ancient masters, these numbers defined the dimensions of their holy temples and monuments. These structures were felt to be the greatest tributes they could make to their god.

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