Elliott Wave Courses | by ForexCycle.com | Sunday, 12 April 2015 04:01 UTC
I sat down in the wee hours late last night to write you today's letter because I just read this brand-new, time-sensitive report that I feel compelled to share with you immediately.
What you are about to read is highly contrary to the majority opinion on Wall Street ...
Then again, Wall Street also missed:
The report I'm talking about is from three market analysts who forecast the major reversals in 2000, 2007 and 2009 in stocks, in 2011 in precious metals, and just recently in oil and commodities. Simultaneously, they forecast the rising value of the U.S. dollar.
Please note how wildly contrary such views were on Wall Street just a few short years ago. Yet, today, they are reality.
And as a result of staying ahead of the investment herd, their subscribers remain prepared to position their portfolios to benefit--no matter the market direction.
Today I wanted to write to you because these same three market analysts have a warning about the U.S. stock market -- particularly tech stocks -- that you need to hear, right now ...
Suffice it to say, they think all the recent "not a bubble" hubbub is in fact a bunch of BULL (and they don't mean bull market).
If you want to see what I just read -- and prepare your portfolio to benefit -- read their eye-opening, highly contrary new report.
IMPORTANT: Please do not buy or sell a single share of stock in the United States without reading this report first.
In just a few short pages (and accessible from any device you are using right now), you will see what they see and be prepared to benefit -- please click to continue reading now ...
P.S. This subscriber-level report is valued at $59 -- the cost of an entire month's worth of EWI's most popular Financial Forecast Service for U.S. investors -- but we have arranged an exclusive license to share it with you today 100% on the house. Please read this new report right now while its unique analysis and forecasts can help you position your portfolio for the major market reversal -- particularly in tech stocks -- that lies dead ahead. Click this link to continue reading.
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