Hurricane Waves

Looking at the previous hurricanes, tide ranges seem to come in waves. A wave is defined as a series of tides rising and falling within a similar range allowing you to trade within a wave. However, you have to sail with caution as the dnd of wave which tends to be a sharp Rip Tide receding into the next wave (trading range).

The Dot-Com Bubble had 18 tides over 3 waves and the Great Recession had 26 tides over 3 waves.

Wave 3 - Trading Range Around 27% - 46% Below The Start Of The Hurricane:
Wave 2 - Trading Range Around 15% - 20% Below The Start Of The Hurricane:
  • Dot-Com Bubble6 tides lasted 216 days from 10/18/00 @1306 16% to 05/21/01 @1316 15%
  • Great Recession8 tides lasted 240 days from 01/23/08 @1270 19% to 09/19/08 @1264 20%
  • Corona: 10 tides lasted 41 days from 02/28/20 @ 2856 16% to 04/09/20 @ 2813 17% *This wave could be considered Wave 1 due to the abrupt start to this hurricane.
Wave 1 - Trading Range Near The Starting Point:
Fair winds and following seas!

Trading Tide Levels:
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