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    the operative word in the title of this article is "interim" ... This suggests that it is not the big top that the Elliot Wavers are looking for in their Grand Super Cycle chart. Instead, it was but a momentary pause.


    otherwise, some remain looking for the trump of the Oct 2007 highs (as mentioned in the June02 article posted here), which puts Wilshire5000 index over 15938.99. This sounds like a big number, but it is merely 5% or so higher.


    suspect that the fractal count is skewed by time, rather than by price. The time predicted came and went, but the price target was not hit yet.


    there's a lot of time shifts happening these days. E.g., the Bradley Siderograph has been out of synch with the market by about 2 weeks. Also, the Bradley dates fall on moon quarters rather than full or new.
    4 Oct 2012, 05:58 AM Reply Like
  • ex umbra
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    "interim" aka "Transitional"
    4 Oct 2012, 06:02 AM Reply Like
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    the Wilshire5000 has now hit a target the Fractalist projected back on June 1 (where it was said it would touch the Oct 2007 hi). And yet had been interrupted by the timely midSept decline that was also predicted.


    seems that what we have here now is not a disconfirmation of the Sept top claim, by its interruption begun midNov, but rather a story within a story. I.e., a break in the temporal unfoldment of the pattern.


    That is to say: the rising pattern having been interrupted by the declining pattern, then a return to the finishing of the rising pattern, but now (possibly) the continuation of the declining pattern.


    While this is not how the plot line of ordinary life seems to occur, it is definitely the plot line of post-modern literature. And it is also the temporal sequencing of spiritual life--e.g., cf. John's gospel chapter 1 both the discussion of the Word and also John the Baptist saying several times that he is before and after and before ...
    2 Feb 2013, 02:16 PM Reply Like
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