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  • Equity Collapse: Lammert Fractal Series Perfection: The 2 March 2012 X/2.5x/2x :: 12/30/24 Day Final Wilshire High 0 comments
    Mar 4, 2012 8:15 PM
    Saturation Macroeconomics: Unquestionably a Patterned Science.

    Friday 2 March 2012: The Wilshire's Perfect Lammert x/2.5x/2x ::12/30/24 Day Final Growth Conclusion

    The operating terminal Wilshire 2009 fractal series is a 24/60/48/33 of 36-39 week fractal that concludes a 1982 9/23 year and a 1789 70/154 year synchronized first and second fractal series.

    The nonlinearity of asset devolution will be breathtaking ...an albino black swan....

    A y/2.5y/2.5y decay fractal of 16(17)/40/40 days has a base fractal of 3/8/8 of 16(17) days which includes the 48 week 3rd fractal and is configured also in a y/2.5y/2.5y :: 3/8/8 daydecay pattern.

    The last two days of the third 40 day decay fractal take an upward valuation.

    The new base fractal of 12 days begins on 29 November 2011 and ends on 14 December 2011 and is formed by the last 2/3's of a 3/8/5 day fractal.

    The fractal math is interesting because a 16/40/32/23 day 4 phase fractal x/2.5x/2x/1.5x matches and shares interpolation with a 16/40/40 day :: y/2.5y/2.5y decay fractal with the 16/40/32/23 day 4 phase Lammert series' final secondary low on 19 December 2011, 3 trading days after the 12 day base fractal.

    The final fractal growth series is a 12/31/24 day fractal ending on 2 March.

    2 of the 31 days of the second fractal are 1/2 trading days resulting in a perfect 12/30/24 day :: x/2.5x/2x growthfractal.

    Will the low including the 1982 9/23 year x/2.5x historical second fractal nonlinearity be in 18-20 trading days for a final four phase perfect Lammert fractal series of:
    12/30/24/18-20 days :: x/2.5x/2x/1.5-1.6x?

    Time will tell.

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