One of the world's foremost authorities on cycles, has studied cyclic activity in disciplines from natural phenomena to financial markets.
He is a direct heir to the philosophy of Edward R. Dewey who founded the Foundation for the Study of Cycles. From 1988 to 1997 Mr. Mogey was the Research Director, Executive Director, Chief Financial Officer, and Chief Economist for the "Foundation for the Study of Cycles, Inc.", an international nonprofit research organization. He was the chief statistician and economist at the Foundation from 1989 to 1997. He created and co-authored two magazines for investors, Business and Investment Cycles and Cycles Projections, and was responsible for the editorial content of the popular journal, Cycles Magazine. He has developed the Foundation's award winning cycle analysis software, Techsignal.Since 2005, Mr. Mogey has served as Chief Voluntary Officer and Research Director of the Foundation and is helping lead it into the 21st Century. Following his retirement from the Foundation in 1997 he served as chief economist for Iris Financial Group in Portland, Oregon. In 2004 he rejoined the Foundation as Director of Research and Chief Economist. He has lectured at the University of Virginia and Temple University's Business Schools on economics and the business cycle. He has spoken widely and has presented papers at economic conferences worldwide including the Russian Academy of Sciences. He is an experienced computer programmer with an extensive background in statistics. He has a BA in Philosophy and Classics, magna cum laude, from the University of California at Irvine..
Tim Fife is the protégé & partner of Richard Mogey working together for over a decade.
Tim works with Richard on the Global Database & Trading System covering 81 different Countries and 85 Capital Markets including Equities, Derivative Products, Business Cycles, Rates, Bonds, Commodities, Currencies, and some Real Estate. They have the largest and most complete long term data collection ever assembled.