Economic cycles, sometimes referred to as business cycles, are driven by human behaviors. Economic cycles are divided into four distinct segments: expansion, slowdown, recession, and recovery.
Herd mentality and urge to maximize profits are typical human behaviors that cause the economy to rally and crash. Financial markets in the past 300 years have shown such pattern.
Each economic phase requires a different asset allocation strategy. Measuring cycles in data, Macromicro observes market directions, and then we find fitting investment targets to raise the odds of winning.
We are in the midst of the cycle of the US dollar. What is the Dollar Cycle?