Four well known geomagnetic classes of activity such as quiet days activity, fluctuating activity, recurrent activity and shock activity time occurrences have been determined not only by using time profile of sunspot number Rz but also by using aa index values. We show that recurrent wind stream activity and fluctuating activity occur in opposite phase and slow solar wind activity during minimum phase and shock activity at the maximum phase. It emerges from this study that fluctuating activity precedes the sunspot cycle by π/2 and the latter also precedes recurrent activity by π/2. Thus in the majority the activities do not happen at random; the sunspot cycle starts with quiet days activity, continues with fluctuating activity and during its maximum phase arrives shock activity. The descending phase is characterized by the manifestation of recurrent wind stream activity.