Comment: No, I thought you did. All I'm looking for is evidence of your

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No, I thought you did. All I'm looking for is evidence of your

theory.
I'm not disputing cycles etc. They are valid. I'd just like to see some evidence of a near perfect symetrical cycle as illustrated in your chart.
From my experience, cycles are predictable, but their range and intensity can vary widely from one top or bottom to the next. I know of no chart which will show a flat line for 20 years, build up to a 1000% peak, then crash back to it's baseline for 20 some years and do the same thing all over again. Based on any indices I've seen, it would make more sense that this upward cycle will break either well short or well past the previous one, but highly unlikely to break right at the last one.

Undo what Wilson did