The May 20th, 2015 all-time high in the stock market (S&P 500) is linked by a continuous 9,000 day cycle of market
tops dating all the way back to the mid-1800's. This is not the first time the 9,000 day cycle has been present in
major market moves. This 9,000 day cycle was also instrumental in my forecasting the timing of the 2002 stock
market bottom. In the summer of 2002, I made public the Market Bottoms Family Tree chart (see below), which
illustrated the interaction of the 9,000 day and 7,365 day cycles to forecast the October 2002 bottom. Also, note
that the distance between the important 1966 top and May 20th, 2015 top is an almost perfect 18,000 day doubling
of the 9,000 day cycle (17,997 days).