Saturation Macroeconomics: Quantum Fractal Footprints of the Wilshire's 7-11 February 2011 Peak Valuation
11 October 2007 was prospectively predicted by Saturation Macroeconomics as the nominal peak valuation day for the Wilshire, the world's most heavily weighted valuation equity index.
In a commentary on a recent article on Mr. Prechter,
a prediction was made for the Wilshire's secondary peak valuation.
On Monday 7 February the Wilshire had minutely gaps to a new 3 year high. From the gapped peak area using the counting methodology of the science, an 8/18/16 hourly reflexic blow-off fractal of characteristic x/2-2.5x/2-2.5x quantum fractal time length is easily identified with a likewise characteristic nonlinear lower gap at the
terminal portion of the 18 hour second fractal.
From the March 2009 low an 88/221/183 day fractal of quantum length x/2.5x/2-2.5x is easily identified with the 6 May 2010 flash crash representative of a terminal portion second fractal nonlinearity.
The Wilshire is approaching the 250th month of a 100/250 month x/2.5x first and second fractal series beginning in 1982 with other synchronized second series dating both from 1858 (US equity progenitor class) and 1788-89
(British equity progenitor class.)