25 February 06

The Ten-Eleven Day  Three Phase Growth Sequence Finale for the Wilshire....

Perfect Fractal  Sequential Miniaturization in the NASDAQ:Terminal Coiling
X/2.5X/2-2.5X Fractal Patterns Within the Third Phase of the Wilshire

An examination of the NASDAQ's most recent five day fifteen minute
chart crystallizes the concept of ideal fractal growth evolution of
equity valuation on small scale time units and presents further
validation of the fractal growth hypothesis. The NASDAQ's pattern both
can be seen as an extension to a 4/10/10 daily sequence starting the
second decay fractal or it can consistently  be interpreted within the
context of a finale 10 of 10-11 day three phase growth sequence for
the Wilshire (and NASDAQ). Both fractal solutions are correct within
the context of ideal growth evolution.

The final third phase growth fractal for the NASDAQ rests within a ten
day three phase hourly unit based pattern for the Wlshire. This
Wilshire pattern beginning ten trading days ago, has a base X of 15-16
hours, 2.5x of 38-39 hours(with the characteristic terminal nonlinear
lower gap visible on the minute charts) and a 2-2.5X with the Wilshire
ending on Friday at hour 27 of 27 to 33 to 38-39 hours.  The last 27
hour third hourly growth fractal has elevated the Wilshire to 13031.48
above its previous high on day 62 of a 13/77/62 day sequence.  The
2x/2.5x/2.5x :: 15-16/38-39/currently 27 hour Wilshire extension dates
from the nodal low day 83 of the 31/77/62high,77 lower high, 83
sequence. The last ten day Wilshire growth sequence is still believed
to rest within the second decay fractal of a 11-12/27-30/27-30 day
pattern similar to the 1929 three phase primary decay  pattern.

Kindly review the 15 minute last 5 day chart for the NASDAQ. There are
two separate perfect three phase growth patterns which compose the
Nasdaq's third growth fractal equivalent of the total 27 hours of the
27-38/39 hour Wilshire third fractal growth period.   The earlier one
has a base X of 11 fifteen minute units and the latter has a base x of
4 fifteen minutes units.

First perfect fractal sequence: three fractal growth phases:1,2,3
1. X = 11 (fifteen minute units)
2. 2.5X = 28 fifteen minute units with a nonlinear break between the
25th and 26th unit.
3. 2x = 22 with a lower high at unit 22 (and a first high at x , the 11th unit)

The third growth phase then made at a low at unit 31 for a sequence of
11/28/22of 31

Second perfect fractal sequence that transpired on Friday: three
growth phases: 1,2,3
1. x = 4 (fifteen minute units)
2. 2.5x =10 fifteen minute units with a nonlinear break between the
9th and 10th unit
3. 2.5 x = 10 fifteen minute units with the 10th unit a lower high
than the 6th unit

Trading ending on the 10th unit of the third growth fractal...and the
27 Wilshire hour.
Will there be further smaller time unit extension fractlets with a
miniaturized blow off ....or is this the end? Is this the finale secondary(with
respect to March 2000) saturation area for the equities, commodities,
and assets? Have the countervailing, balancing, and macroeconomic
self correcting forces - of growing debt burden, asset and consumer price
inflation, overproduction, exiting US jobs and dollars, balance of
payment debt, and low US nonmaintaining wages - reached itheir inevitable
asymptotic saturation area, where devolution of asset valuations within
the complex debt-asset system  begins a capacitor- like  fractal  decay...?

The NASDAQ is under performing the DOW stocks. The market
fundamentals for the NASDAQ are bad and Friday puny gains were
on much lower volume.  As mentioned before corporate insiders are
selling twice an order of magnitude more than they are buying. Equity
margin debt is over 6 percent - only exceeded by margin debt percentages
in early 2000. Current percentage mutual cash reserves are below those of
early 2000.  This old market appears at the very end ....    or
within a solitary man's fingers and toes number of hours of the secondary
equity valuation saturation area... Expect the unexpected........

Gary Lammert