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5 October 2010; Ecce Second Fractal Nonlinearity: the Wilshire: day 67 of 67-68.

Nonstochastic Lammert Saturation Macroeconomics

Because there are 190-210 trillion dollars of US assets, central bank intervention and money creation  involving 1 to 13 trillion dollars likely has little effect on the composite equity, CRB, and debt asset valuation curves.

An echo of the Wilshire 6 May 2010 flash crash will occur this week.

1 October was the CRB's interim high completing a 11/27/27 day :: x/2.5x/2.5x extended second fractal growth sequence with a 29 day fractal base.

Technically 1 October had as exquisite a telltale footprint for a technical high as the 11 October 2007 Wilshire high with a opening gap to a 37 week CRB high and ending on the low of the day.

The CRB is in the window of a 29/65 -72 day x/2-2.5x second fractal nonlinear crash.

The Nikkei is on day 66 of a 27/65-68 day first and second fractal series with a nonlinear crash. The Nikkei is a trading day behind the SPX and 2 days behind the FTSE.

The CRB's 29 day base fractal and the Wilshire 27 day base fractal both commencing on 25 May 2010 and their predictable  nonlinear devolution this week  are part  of the macroeconomy's  ongoing self assembly and organization of its saturation asset derivatives' valuation curves.

A 39/98-99/78-79 day reflexic x/2.5x/2x fractal starting 31 March 2010 defines the final saturation area of a 4/8 year extended 140 year US second fractal beginning in 1858.