Let me tell you about the page-turner of a report on U.S. and European markets I read three times today. You shouldn’t invest another dime in the U.S. or in Europe without reading it three times, too. Learn more about the new free report here.
As a financial publisher, literally dozens of investment reports come across my desk each quarter, and only occasionally does one capture my attention for more than a couple of minutes.
Those that do touch a nerve and have me eagerly turning each page are rare indeed. But when I find one, I read it at least three times — I want to ensure I pick up every last morsel of insight.
Today, I found just such a page-turner, and I want you to read it, too.
Elliott Wave International, a leading provider of technical analysis to individual investors and institutions worldwide, has just made its May 2012 Elliott Wave Financial Forecast available — for free. This is rare: As one of its flagship publications with paying subscribers around the globe, EWI almost never gives away the Financial Forecast at no charge.
With Europe in turmoil, U.S. stocks retreating and the mainstream financial press totally on the wrong side of the trend (as usual), EWI’s big-picture forecast — though dire — is actually quite refreshing to read. In trademark fashion, EWI tackles the issues that everyone else ignores, and they explain the future using straight-talking language I appreciate.
The folks over at EWI have put together a webpage to allow you to download this special issue for free, but fair warning: It’s only available until Thursday, May 31.
I could describe the report for you here, but the webpage EWI put together speaks for itself. I encourage you to follow the link below to go there, read about the report and then download it for free.
About the Publisher, Elliott Wave International
Founded in 1979 by Robert R. Prechter Jr., Elliott Wave International (EWI) is the world’s largest market forecasting firm. Its staff of full-time analysts provides 24-hour-a-day market analysis to institutional and private investors around the world.