A Free 40-Page Download: A very insightful Investment Report for 2013

Dear investor,

Consider yourself warned.

Please find links to a very rare FREE publication from my friends at Elliott Wave International, providing their thoughts and outlook for the economy and major worldwide markets.

Please note that this is Elliott Wave International personal views and nothing might not come of their concerns, views or predictions.  I personally subscribe to Elliott Wave Internationals publications that you can obtain this rare insight to – why?  Because their level of analysis is superior to others and it fits my analytical nature perfectly, In short I love their analysis because the content is never seen in the mainstream media and its relevant, I DO NOT trade or invest or analyse my potential trades using Elliott Waves – for me it does not suit my style so I personally ignore any reference to wave counts and the like, but the financial analysis is second to none and very useful to me to form an idea of what’s going on in the world [financially].

It’s also interesting to see that Elliot Wave International have time cycles that expire in 2016, this fits in well with my long-term outlook and time cycles – my time cycles are completely different to those in the report but they both bottom in 2016!

The global market outlook is far less rosy than the emperors-minus-their-clothes would have you believe.

  1. Global stocks are near multi-decade, technical price junctures.
  2. Regional economies recently said to be “recovering” are now slipping back into recession.
  3. Despite a multi-year rally in stocks, the AP reported on Dec. 27 that mainstream investors are selling shares at breakneck pace. “It’s the first time ordinary folks have sold during a sustained bull market since relevant records were first kept during World War II.”

Politicians and central bankers worldwide reassure investors that the credit crisis of 2007-2009 will turn out to be nothing more than a footnote in market history — despite the compelling proof that it never truly ended.

Meanwhile, U.S. Congress made a final-hour fiscal cliff deal to delay addressing its gargantuan budget woes, Europe remains in turmoil, and Asia-Pacific regions and emerging markets are charting surprising courses of their own.

Just as the timeless fable warns, sometimes it takes a single voice in a crowd to tell everyone the emperor wears no clothes. EWI’s new report, The State of the Global Markets — 2013 Edition, is that voice.

Packed with timely charts and analysis, this 40-page tour de force tears down the popular investment myths of today and replaces them with hardcore reality.

  • It tells you what’s really going on in the global marketplace.
  • It reveals market pitfalls no one else sees coming.
  • It uncovers once-in-a-lifetime investment opportunities.

To get ahead of the markets in 2013, you must think independently. This 40-page report gives you the tools and the direction you need to gain a competitive edge.

Download The State of the Global Markets — 2013 Edition now (for FREE), and enjoy dozens of independent global market insights that will prepare you to survive and prosper in 2013 and beyond.

Follow this link to download your free 40-page report, The State of the Global Markets — 2013 Edition, now.

(Don’t miss out. It’s only available until April 16.)

If you are trying to make head or tail of whats going on in the world economy then this 40 page report goes a heck of a long way to describing what’s happening and WHY!

With my best wishes for a prosperous 2013,

The Hovis Trader

P.S. This report is available to you for free for a limited time, exclusively from EWI. Please download it now while its valuable year-in-preview advice can help your portfolio in the New Year. Download the 40-page report 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 investors around the world.

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