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  • Why has the US debt ceiling crises been timed with the end of the NIKKEI's 6/14-5/11-12 month :: x/2.5x/2x Growth Fractal? 0 comments
    Jul 27, 2011 9:04 PM
    Why has the US debt ceiling crises been timed with the end of the NIKKEI's 6/14-5/11-12 month :: x/2.5x/2x growth fractal?

    Coincidental or contrived?

    By the laws of saturation macroeconomics Global Equities are poised to collapse in value.

    The Nikkei, representative of an equity market in a 200 percent GDP national deficit and long term ZIRP environment, has completed a natural Lammert growth cycle from its integrated averaged low valuation month in February 2009 of 6 minus/14-15/11-12 months.

    The last 11-12 month third growth fractal is composed of 10/21/20 weeks:: x/2-2.5x/2x or 42/89/90 days::x/2-2.5x/2x as of 27 July 2011.

    Ideally on a monthly basis for the NIKKEI 9 months of lower lows are ahead completing a 6/14-15/12/9-10 month x/2.5x/2x/1.5-1.6x fractal. Even the 9 month low will be breached after a counter rally of 3 to 6 months with a successive low in yet another 10 months.

    American's Tea Party funded by the elite have so polarized the recent debates  that another needed stimulus package has politically been taken off the table.

    In this environment retrenchment and nonsovereign private debt default are the future accompanied by PIGS, US state, and municipality pension default.

    (For the Wilshire the average monthly low was in March 2009 with a 5/13/13 month x/2.5x/2.5x month maximum growth fractal completed in July 2011. Why is there a maximum x/2.5x/2.5x growth of equity valuation in the US - because the tax system so favors speculation and punishes savings.)

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