The Wilshire 11 October 2007 Nominal High Was Predicted by Saturation Macroeconomics: The Wilshire’s 11 October 2007 Sister: 21 August 2012


The Wilshire’s nominal high on 11 October 2007 was prospectively predicted by the patterned science of Saturation Macroeconomics  occurring as the 40th day of an ideal 20/50/40 day :: x/2.5x/2x reflexic fractal series.

11 October 2007 had a minutely gap progression to its peak and ended near the low of the day.

Observe Its  21 August’s 2012 identical gapped pattern to a final (lower) high and ending near the low of the day.

The previously predicted high of 23 August lies in the cup of the four day base fractal 21-24 August 2012.

The goal of this website is to prove that the one quadrillion debt-asset system macroeconomy has the self assembly characteristics exactly similar to physics, chemistry, biochemistry, and the more complex self assembly organic science of biology.
The goal of this site is to prove that asset debt saturation macroeconomics is likewise a science with an equivalence and precision in the elegance of its patterned behavior to its sister sciences.
And why should there not be an ideal mathematical quantum growth and decay pattern of the asset valuations of the forward credit based macroeconomy – a debt-asset macroeconomic system  that has such a well known and a long history of operation by  qualitative self limiting feedback dynamics?
Near the debt-asset system qualitative peak saturation area  where the system is replete with asset supply, bad debt saturation, consumer demand saturation, and asset valuation saturation, the following qualitatively has and is transpiring….
Too much credit elaboration(worthy creditor population saturation), too much many asset produced(asset supply saturation), too much forward consumption(consumer population and demand  saturation), too high of asset valuations (asset price saturation), less need for further production, less needed jobs to support previous accumulated debt, debt default,  lower money-credit velocity creation, lower asset valuation, further default,  lower asset price saturation, breadline saturation, lower defaulting population saturation, vanishing bankrupted lenders saturation, bad unrepayable debt liquidation saturation and finally  … the debt-asset system’s  a saturation macroeconomic nadir  is reached where surviving debt will be repaid, asset prices have reached their nadir, new credit demand and new consumption demand appears with positive money velocity, and the debt asset macroeconomic system renews its growth of credit, growth of asset production, growth of needed jobs, and growth of asset valuations.
Next: Predicting the Nonlinear Devolution (Crash) Day for Equities and Commodities by the use of comparative quantitative debt asset  Saturation Fractal Macroeconomics….

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