You are invited: 7 (free) days of Asian-Pacific updates

When the pandemic’s first wave first hit in March-April of this year, it was a bleak moment — and a crazy moment to turn bullish, from a conventional standpoint.

And yet, that’s exactly what one analyst did.

In early April, Mark Galasiewski, the Asian-Pacific expert at Elliott Wave International — the world’s largest independent market-forecasting company– went on TV and made a strong bullish case.

Mark said the pandemic should mark a low for Chinese stocks. At the time, it sounded like heresy. But look at China’s (and global) stocks today!

What’s more, this opportunity may not be over. And our friends and partners at Elliott Wave International want to tell you all about it — FREE.

Free for one full week on December 29-January 6, you are invited to their 7-day FreePass: “Exciting Times for Asian-Pacific Markets!” event.

It’s a rare event. For 1 week, you’ll see EWI’s latest updates for the Nikkei, ASX 200, Hang Seng, Shanghai Composite, SENSEX, Singapore, Taiwan, KOSPI and more.

“Free” means free, no CC required. All you need to join is a free Club EWI password, a snap to get.

Get your FreePass on EWI’s website now.

As soon as you’ve joined this free event, you’ll get instant free access to 3 valuable investor resources — normally priced at $157 –hand-picked to help you get the most out of FreePass:

1. 5 Ways Elliott Waves Can Benefit You — 5 packed, short videos.

2. Discover How to Use Elliott Waves — 10-page eBook, “how to” for waves and markets.

3. How to Capitalize on Volatile Markets — A complete 75-minute, on-demand e-course for fast-moving markets.

Get your FreePass on EWI’s website now — and start learning instantly.

Who is Elliott Wave International?
EWI is the world’s largest independent technical analysis firm. Founded by Robert Prechter in 1979, EWI helps investors and traders to catch market opportunities and avoid potential pitfalls before others even see them coming. Their unique perspective and high-quality analysis have been their calling card for nearly 40 years, featured in financial news outlets such as Fox Business, CNBC, Reuters, MarketWatch and Bloomberg.