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Edward R. Dewey

Edward R. Dewey

Edward Russel Dewey (1895–1978) was an economist who studied cycles in economics and other fields.Dewey’s cycles work:

Dewey first became interested in cycles while Chief Economic Analyst of the Department of Commerce in 1930 or 1931 because PresidentHoover wanted to know the cause of the Great Depression. Dewey reported that each economist to whom he spoke gave him a different answer and he lost faith in the current economic methods. He received and took advice to study how business behaviour occurred rather than why. Therefore, his views are generally regarded as inconsistent with mainstream economics.

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Bradley F. Cowan

Bradley F. Cowan

Bradley F. Cowan is an Electrical Engineer who worked as a consultant on a variety of civilian and classified military projects including the Seawolf attack submarine, the FA-18 fighter aircraft, global positioning satellites, Sparrow missile, and others.

It did not take long for Mr. Cowan to apply his studies of engineering, psychology, and physics to financial markets and to permanently retire from engineering in his early 30’s.

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Larry Pesavento

Larry Pesavento

Larry Pesavento is a veteran trader. He began his career trading full time in 1967 while in graduate school getting an MBA in Finance following a BS in Pharmacy. He managed the commodities department of Drexel Burnham Lambert in Southern California from 1976 to 1981. In 1982 he became a member of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange where was a local in the S&Ps currency pits. Following this he worked for a commodity corporation in Princeton New Jersey from 1985 to 1986 and in 1987 he wrote Astro Cycles The Traders Viewpoint and published a newsletter Astro Cycles until 1995.

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Sepharial

Sepharial

Dr Walter Gorn Old, born 20 March 1864 in Handsworth, England; died 23 December 1929 in Hove, England) was a notable 19th-century astrologer, who used the nom-de-plume “Sepharial”, after an angel in the apocryphal Book of Enoch.

An eminent English Theosophist, Sepharial was a well-known and respected astrologer in the late 19th and early 20th centuries and wrote numerous books, some of which are still highly regarded in some circles today. He was editor of “Old Moore’s Almanac”, which is still published in the 21st century.

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