World Cycles Institute

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The Federal Reserve and the Great Depression

In my post “Usury Comes to America,” I told the story of how the concept of a debt-based banking system became entrenched in western society with the establishment of the Bank of England in 1694. More importantly, this movement has gained momentum thanks to the supporting influence of the Rothschild family; it has shaped our deteriorating financial situation… Read More

Populist Presidents: Hoover and Trump

The Cycles that Begot Herbert Hoover and Donald Trump A month ago (October, 2017, we passed the 88th anniversary of the Crash of 1929. As we march towards the Crash of 2018, it’s interesting to look back at the similarities in politics and society. It’s downright eery! Cue Herbert Hoover: A man in the wrong place… Read More

The Market Moves in Predictable Ways

Edward R. Dewey, who worked for US President Hoover in the 1930s was a pioneer in the discovery of natures cycles. They affect business, the markets, and so much more. In the Great Depression, President Herbert Hoover asked Edward Dewey, who at the time was the Chief Economic Analyst at the Department of Commerce, to… Read More

Interview on Market Cycles with Dale Pinkert

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-m2egbxY7g In this fairly wide-ranging interview, Dale Pinkert has me tie in the bigger picture of how long-term cycles impact and reinforce what we’re seeing in the US markets, the EURUSD currency pair and the US Dollar. I touch on the work on Dr. Raymond Wheeler, Ph.D. and the undisputed GISP2 data that supports his work… Read More

Don’t Like the Climate? Wait a Cycle!

httpv://youtu.be/5eteSZpCCyQ I’ve wanted for some time to attempt to show the correlation between temperature, rainfall, and the economy. It’s something that became obvious to me some four years ago when I saw a chart of the number of tornadoes in the US, which spiked tremendously in 1974, the bottom of the economic recession is the… Read More