State of the Global Markets Report — 2016 edition, one of the most anticipated annual reports for investors and technical analysts, has just been released, and the first 10,000 copies can be reserved right now 100% free. This report is courtesy of Elliott Wave International. After that, it goes to $99 per download, where it will stay for the rest of the year.
This report flies off the virtual shelves every year, and with this year being especially volatile so far, we arranged with the publisher to give you an immediate heads up so you can be among the first to get access.
This 50-page chart-filled report may be the most valuable publication you read this year. It will help you avoid the dangerous pitfalls and spot the biggest opportunities in the year ahead.
Want to know what’s inside? Click this link to start reading it now. If you want a little context first, take a look at these headlines:
Wall Street makes worst ever start to a year (Financial Times)
Dow Tumbles Nearly 400 Points on China Worries (Wall Street Journal)
World markets plunge as oil drops below $27 a barrel (CNN)
Expect gold prices to be massively volatile (MarketWatch)
Notice anything interesting?
The thing that jumps out at me is how massively contrary today’s reality is compared to most experts’ projections for 2016 just a few short months ago. Not getting off to a great start, are they?
Now consider this: In the first week of this year, the Wall Street Journal polled 10 well-known fundamental analysts for their year-end forecast for the S&P 500. They projected on average the S&P to reach 2,193 by the end of the year. The lowest forecast was 2,100. The highest was 2,300.
Now that’s interesting enough, but get this: These same experts from the same poll one year ago projected the S&P to reach 2,201 by the end of LAST year!
Fast forward to today, investors and analysts have been in a panic as the markets ended 2015 well off those projections and kicked off 2016 with its worst start EVER.
U.S. stocks, Chinese stocks, gold, oil, the entire European Union — all are at pivotal junctures right now, and we’re only two months into the new year.
If you want to prepare for the rest of 2016 and equip yourself to adapt to rapidly changing trends around the world, I encourage you to follow this link and claim your copy now.
You will get instant access to Elliott Wave International’s annual State of the Global Market Report — 2016 Edition, one of the most widely circulated annual reports for investors and technical analysts.
The State of the Global Market Report provides a premium-level look inside the world’s largest independent financial forecast firm’s big-picture forecasts for 2016. It gives you a snapshot of what’s already occurred then focuses you squarely on what Elliott Wave International’s team of global analysts sees for the rest of 2016 and beyond. At about 50 chart-filled pages, it may be the most valuable publication produced each year to help investors position themselves wisely for the year ahead, avoid the dangerous pitfalls, and catch and ride the biggest, fastest-moving opportunities.
You may not read every line of this globally focused report, but we guarantee you will benefit from the insights that apply to your favorite markets.
P.S. We know most investors are interested mostly in U.S. markets, but there’s an advantage to looking abroad, too. EWI has a keen understanding of how markets around the world fit into the global big-picture. After all, the Great Depression started in Europe then crossed the Atlantic to the Americas. So it’s important you keep an eye on the global big picture. As a result of reading this report, you’ll see what we EWI’s sees right now and for the rest of the year — both threats AND opportunities on a global scale. Click this link to learn more and download your free report now.
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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.