Monday, August 8, 2011

Free Access to Elliott Wave Financial Forecast

Elliott Wave International is once again offering free access to one of their premium products, the Elliott Wave Financial Forecast.  Below is their description of the offer.  It requires a free sign-up, but no comittment.

As usual - I am an affiliate of EWI.  If you don't already have one of EWI's free accounts, then if you follow the links below and sign up, I would get a small credit for this.  I am all for full transparency, so there it is.  That said, this is a critical time in the markets (and in society) and getting a free peek at the Financial Forecast is something I strongly suggest you jump at.  If my getting a credit for this is a problem, then do not follow a link from my site, but go directly to EWI and sign up from there.  I don't care either way - we are at a juncture as important as the wild rides we saw in 2008.  Getting solid information on where this might end up is critical.  Sign up, read up, be ready:

Elliott Wave International - World's Largest Market Forecasting Firm

From the Desk Of: Robert Folsom
Date: August 4th, 2011

This brief message is all about you. To start with, however, I have to say something "about me." I've been with Elliott Wave International since 1992: That's a good long time, long enough to have seen lots of days when our staff did all it could to deliver forecasts that prepared subscribers for what's next.

Yet today stands above virtually all those others. I can scarcely recall a day when we've been able to offer 1) So much, 2) So immediately, that is 3) So urgent.

Here is where it's all about you. Earlier this year, The Elliott Wave Financial Forecast (EWFF) specifically forecast the juncture we've arrived at now -- it said most people believe the markets and economy are recovered and growing. But there were TWO parts to that forecast; the time has come for the second part to unfold. You're a few keystrokes away from what EWFF is saying now for free (new issue posts tomorrow, Aug. 5).

What's more, you're a few keystrokes from reading Robert Prechter's current commentary in The Elliott Wave Theorist, again, for free. He provides you with a context to understand the events of the past week and month, which you simply cannot find elsewhere (you won't need to wonder why the blue chips are now down on the year for 2011 -- you'll know why).

Finally there's the forecast in The Short Term Update: Earlier this week we alerted subscribers to action in the S&P 500 and Dow Industrials which broke below critical price levels. Perhaps you've heard some of the chatter on news and financial websites in the past 48 hours about a "head and shoulders" pattern. Yet Short Term Update subscribers got THAT news two weeks ago, back on July 20 -- along with a specific price level that would confirm the forecast.

This is a wealth of forecasting; you can have it immediately; and the moment is indeed urgent. I've never seen a day quite like it.

My colleagues here at EWI have put together a two-week free trial to all three of the services I mention above. Together, they we call them the Financial Forecast Service and they deliver the most comprehensive coverage of the US markets available anywhere. Now, if you are already familiar with EWI, you know that we NEVER offer free trials to these services. But you must act now as this offer ends Wednesday, August 10.

Find out what's next for the US markets.

Thanks for reading,

Robert Folsom
Elliott Wave International

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 around the world.


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