The Maximum Extension Growth Fractal: McDonald's 13/32/30 of 32 days :: x/2.5x/2.5x and the Wilshire's Final Blow-off
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McDonald's 13/32/30 of 32 days :: x/2.5x/2.5x and the Wilshire's final blow-off
US debt instruments the composite equities both have positive money flow with interest rates trending downward and the Wilshire trending upward.
On the 164th day of the Wilshire 6 May 2010 x/2.5x :: 82/164 fractal, McDonald's rested at a perfect x/2.5x/2x :: 13/32/26 day growth fractal.
McDonald's growth extended to a 13/32/30 day fractal with the high probability that it will extend to a 13/32/32 day fractal with a final peak on 3 May 2011.
This will correspond to a final 14/33-34/33-34 day :: x/2.5x/2.5x maximum growth fractal for the Wilshire.
The last ten days of the 6 May 2010 82 day 12/30/24/19 day fractal followed a 2/5/5 day :: y/2.5y/2.5y curvilinear decay fractal. This 10 day decay pattern was coupled to a 6/12/8 day or 24 day first fractal - with the combined 10 day decay and first 24 day growth fractal totalling 33 days.
Then the system exactly repeated itself with an interpolated 12/30/24/19 day fractal ending on the 82 day or 2.5x day of the 33 day base.
3 May 2011 is day 66 of the x/2.5x/2x :: 33/82/66 day Wilshire fractal and day 32 of McDonald's 13/32/32 :: x/2.5x/2.5x extended growth fractal.
Maximum time based paper asset valuation growth extension has occurred in the environment of ZIRP and central bank money fabrication.
Federal, state, and local taxes and the Federal Reserve and its associated financial industry is now accountable for more than 55 percent of America's GDP.
The only second fractal series that has been breached beyond the 2.5x limit is the 11 October 1990 to present second fractal.
An extra 4-6 trading days in a second fractal period of over 2000 trading days is still a relatively small, less than 0.3 of one percent.
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