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New! Photos from Course 4 are available here, courtesy of Irma Schogt.
Photos from Course 1, "Cycles and Patterns in Financial Markets," are available here. Or you can watch a video of the photos.
You can also read several reviews of Course 1 written by attendees.
DVD: Basic Principles of Geocosmic Studies: Reading the Ephemeris
DVD: Basic Principles of Geocosmic Studies for Financial Market Timing
Years in the making, now available on DVD! The MMTA pre-training workshop "Reading the Ephemeris" was conducted by Raymond Merriman on Septebmer 15-16, 2012.
The entire two-day workshop was professionally filmed and edited into an 8-DVD set with case -- a must-have for any market trader, analyst, or student. The course workbook is also included.

Student Reports and Research

This section of the MMTA website contains original research papers on financial markets prepared by independent researchers who are not affiliated with MMTA. As with our student research papers, we publish this material as a contribution to cycle students throughout the world.

Gabriella Mittelman
Gabriella Mittelman

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