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G. Eliades, Editor and Publisher, Stockmarket Cycles
Born 5-26-39 in Lowell, Massachusetts
Lowell High School 1956
Harvard College, A.B. 1960
Boston University Law School
J.D. 1963 (passed Massachusetts Bar Exam)
Married three children
graduation from Boston University Law school, Peter
Eliades moved to New York City where he entertained
as a singer and pianist in Manhattan cabarets and
off-Broadway musical comedy. In 1967, he moved to
Los Angeles and continued his musical career. In 1968,
with a lot of time and curiosity and a little money,
Mr. Eliades initiated his stock market studies.
1972, he began his financial career as a stockbroker
and appeared as a stock market analyst on Los Angeles
television station KWHY, the nations first financial
TV station. Several times in the fall of 1974, he
predicted on KWHY that a major market bottom would
occur during the week of December 9-13, 1974. The
exact Dow low of 570.01 occurred on December 9, 1974.
Publication of Stockmarket Cycles began in July of
1975. In 1985, the first year he was rated by the
independent rating services, Mr. Eliades earned the
Timer Digests "Timer of the Year"
award and placed second in 1986 in a close race which
wasnt decided until the final trading day of
the year. In 1989, Mark Hulbert (Hulbert Financial
Digest) named Mr. Eliades as the "Most Consistent
Mutual fund Switcher" based on Eliades timing
signals for the years 1985, 1986, 1987, and 1988.
From January 1985 when Hulbert first started rating
Stockmarket Cycles, through August 1990, Stockmarket
Cycles had the #1 market timing record in the country
with a timing gain of 174.3% versus a comparable gain
in the Wilshire 5000 Total Return Index of 119%.
Eliades has been a regular panelist on ABCs
weekly Sunday show, Business World, and has made guest
appearances on FNN, CNBC, Wall Street Week, and Nightly
Business Report. He has been featured in some of the
nations most prestigious publications including
Barrons, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and
Futures Magazine among others.
Eliades theory of price movement in the stock
market relates to repeating cycles rhythms. Fundamental
news has no effect on market timing and affects only
long-term trends. In over 16 years of uninterrupted
market letters, he has rarely mentioned a fundamental
news story in relation to the market. Mr. Eliades
analysis is 100% cyclically and technically oriented.
Cycles provides market timing for the more important
intermediate to long term trends for mutual fund switching.
Short-term timing is also provided for stock index
futures and index options via the daily telephone
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