Wednesday, February 17, 2010

EWI's Global Markets Forecasts 2010 Free

Once each year or so, our friends at Elliott Wave International do something unheard-of in the world of financial analysis – they give it away for free!

But it always ends soon after it starts, so your time to get more than 100 pages of free analysis and forecasts on every major world market is running out.

This time they've upped the ante.

EWI is giving away one month of its most popular global analysis publication, a 100+ page "little black book" of investment insights called Global Market Perspective, which includes EWI's three regional publications:

  • The U.S. Elliott Wave Financial Forecast ($19/month value)

  • The European Elliott Wave Financial Forecast ($29/month value)

  • The Asian-Pacific Elliott Wave Financial Forecast ($31/month value)

PLUS, the 100+ page book includes analysis culled straight from EWI's professional-grade Specialty Services, each of which is valued at $199/month. This means you also get analysis and forecasts for the following global markets:

  • World stock markets (China, Japan, Korea, U.S, France, Britain, Australia, Singapore and more)

  • Global interest rates (Australia, Europe, Japan, U.S.)

  • International currency relationships (U.S. Dollar, Euro rates, Swiss Francs, Australian Dollar, Japanese Yen and more)

  • Metals and Energy (Crude Oil, Gold, Silver, Natural Gas)

  • And so much more!

This is truly a very rare occasion, and it only lasts for just a few more days. Whether you use Elliott or not, we highly recommend you stop by the website below and take advantage of this limited-time, completely free offer.

Learn how to get your free 100+ pages of global analysis here.



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.


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