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  • A New Science Confirmed: At the Brink of Second Fractal Nonlinearity: Matching US Long Term Debt Fractals and the NIKKEI Inverse Growth Fractal Identify the Break Point: 15/38 days :: x/2.5x 0 comments
    Jun 16, 2010 10:02 PM
    The Confirmed  New Exact Quantitative Science of Saturation Macroeconomics.

    17 June 2010: At the Brink of Second Fractal Nonlinearity: Ideal Four Phase Fractals: x/2.5x/2x/1.5-1.6x and Three Phase Decay Fractals: y/2.5y/2.5y,

    Observe the first and second daily fractal series of the US long term debt instruments.

    The reciprocal of TNX and TYX, observed best in commodity charts have completed an elegant 15/38 of 38 day x/2.5x first and second daily fractals with expectations of the third fractal taking long term US interest rates to historical lows.

    Now observe the matching  Growth of Decay Inverse Nikkei from its secondary high: 15/37 days. The inverse Euro-Wilshire Markets are caricatures of this 15/37 day progression.  A collapse is coming; it will be nonlinear and complete very large governing second fractals. Debt default is about to nonlinearly expand and the money supply contract.

    Remaining money will be understood to be denominated in valuable and useful hard assets. A shrinking numerator and a fixed denominator: this is deflation.

    TNX and TYX are completing a x/2.5x/2x/1.5-1.6x weekly fractal series of 12/29/23-24/16 of 18-19 weeks both terminating in a large second fractal monthly area of 25/61 of 61-63 months. 

    IRX is completing a y/2.5y/2.5 y decay fractal of 16/41/37-38 of 40 weeks.

    The Wilshire is completing a 35/87.5/87.5 week decay fractal and a 14/35/28/21-23 month series both terminating at a large synchronized second fractal area.

    Expect unexpected and historical second fractal nonlinearity in the next 2-4 weeks.

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