The fundamental premise underlying Finance Rheology is that investors seek to acquire the steepest gains and avoid the steepest losses. Finance Rheology seeks to locate the steepest gradients within any market. Finance Rheology is a difficult, technical subject. Content for the Central Banks Money Supply Analyses is updated monthly for BOE, the Bank of England; BOJ, the Bank of Japan; and ECB, the European Central Bank. The content for the FRB, USA Federal Reserve Bank, is updated weekly. Complementary to the analysis for the FRB is an analysis of the interest rate yield curve for USA Treasury debentures. This analysis is updated daily six days each week. The money supply analyses, and the yield curve analysis, permit an estimation of the Relaxation Time, τ, for each dynamical system. A relaxation time is the length of time required for all transients within a dynamical system to vanish. Numercal values are posted for Average Money Potential, Ψ, Integrated Money Potential, Ξ, the Average Isosurface Integral, Γ, and the two horizontal gradients of the money potential, GradX and GradY, for these analyses.
Content for the commodities and currency exchanges is updated daily. The Precious Metals market analysis tracks the spot price for gold, platinum and palladium using the money potential. The differential gauge for this market uses the conic sections curvefit on the Ξ/Γ versus GradY/GradX graph. The Bitcoin Exchange analysis evaluates the exchange rates of the Bitcoin relative to the Pound Sterling, the Euro Dollar and USA Dollar utilizing the money potential. The differential gauge for this analysis uses the linear curvefit on the Ξ/Γ versus GradY/GradX graph. The Dollar Exchange analysis evaluates the exchange rates of the USA Dollar relative to the Pound Sterling, Japanese Yen and the Euro Dollar utilizing the money potential. The differential gauge for this analysis uses the linear curvefit on the Ξ/Γ versus GradY/GradX graph. Both the BTC and BCH arbitrage analyses use the linear curvefit on the Ξ/Γ versus GradY/GradX graph.
The Explanatory Articles provide supplemental insight to the computational analyses described in the Research Articles. The Research Articles expand upon the fundamental development presented in the book Finance Rheology.