Wednesday, May 18, 2011

EWI Global Market Perspective May 2011 Free


Get 100+ Pages of FREE Charts & Analysis for Every Major World Market


Until May 31, Elliott Wave International is offering the current issue of Global Market Perspective, free! This global publication covers every major world market, including global stock and interest rate markets, gold, silver, crude oil, and currencies. A $49 value -- it’s FREE until May 31. Download Global Market Perspective NOW.



Over the past month, you have witnessed extreme volatility in the metals, crude oil, currencies and global stock markets. Will this volatility continue or is it time for “sell in May and go away”? No matter what happens, it will affect your portfolio and your finances.


Answers to these questions and more can be found in Robert Prechter's current issue of Global Market Perspective, a 100+ page book full of investment analysis and forecasts for every major world market. And for a limited time, you can download this important resource FREE!


Global Market Perspective includes Elliott Wave International’s analysis of stock and interest rate markets in three regions, U.S., Europe and Asia, plus analysis from EWI’s market specialists who cover gold & silver, crude oil and currencies.


You’ll learn:

  • which world stock markets are ready to continue their rally

  • the outlook for crude oil prices

  • if the metals will continue their dramatic fall

  • the outlook for the dollar -- has it finally bottomed?

  • about investment manias that are occurring right before your eyes


We invite you to benefit from the current issue – a $49 value – with no obligation.


This offer will expire May 31, so be sure to download your FREE issue of Global Market Perspective now.



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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