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Most Important Financial Investment Report You’ll Read for 2012
New, free investment report delivers in-depth analysis and forecasts to help you take advantage of the financial opportunities -- and avoid the dangerous pitfalls -- that you will face in 2012.
Elliott Wave International, the world's largest financial market forecasting firm, has released their annual investment report to help navigate the year ahead. "The Most Important Investment Report You'll Read for 2012" provides valuable, actionable, independent analysis and forecasts for economic trends in 2012.
The report is available free until December 31st. It delivers hard facts, 25 eye-opening charts and 14 pages of straightforward commentary to help you navigate the year ahead. It presents urgent analysis that combines all of the indicators presented to Prechter's subscribers over the past year.
The stock market's 17-month drop into March 2009 erased all the gains in the Dow since the late 1990s, a full decade's worth of gains. The two-week drop that ended August 9 almost wiped out all the gains from 2010 - 2011 and since August 1, there have been over 25 days that the Dow closed more than 200 points above or below its previous close.
Is another downturn ahead or is it finally a buying opportunity?
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Elliott Wave International is the largest independent financial analysis firm in the world. EWI covers every major market worldwide, 24 hours a day. The company’s subscriber base includes tens of thousands of individual investors as well as the world's major banks, money managers, hedge funds, insurance companies and pension funds. EWI’s free online Club EWI community has over 350,000 members and ElliottWave.com consistently ranks among the top 50 financial websites according to Alexa rankings. Elliott Wave International is not affiliated with any brokers, money managers or other institutions and collects no brokerage or money management fees. EWI’s independence allows the firm to remain dedicated to unbiased market analysis.