Proprietary Models

The Reversal System

Finding Pressure Points in Global Financial Markets

The Reversal System model utilizes principals of technical analysis and physics to identify pressure points in price movement of global financial markets. These pressure points are referred to as Reversal Points.

There are two different types of Reversals:

  • Bullish Reversals (generated from market lows)
  • Bearish Reversals (generated from market highs)

Those familiar with technical analysis can use Reversal points as another form of support and resistance.

But there's more to the Reversal System - when Reversals are crossed on a closing basis the model considers them "elected". These can serve as additional reference points for your research.

Many times Elected Reversals can simply be a signal that the current direction or trend is likely to continue. But as time passes and a market continues to primarily elect Reversal Points of the same type (Bullish or Bearish), pressure will build until eventually a Reversal point, when elected, will signal a “reversal” (either short-term reaction, or possibly change in trend).

Socrates Platform users can research both Timing Arrays and the Reversal System for a complementary study of time and price, respectfully.

Also see the Global Market Watch, Indicating Ranges, the Energy Model, along with price charts and various standard technical studies found within the Socrates Platform and available for research.


*Accessing Reversals requires a premium snapshot report or an active premium market subscription (Pro Members); for Socrates Business users, Reversals are only available via business snapshot reports or a licensed market.)

Reversal Systems