Now in progress: Your FreePass to ‘State of the U.S. Markets’

As the U.S. starts a new political chapter, the one question worth asking is, “What is the state of U.S. markets?”

Sure, you can glance at earnings and economic numbers. But they, by definition, only show you what is already in the past.

What we all need to know right now is, what’s NEXT?

On that, it’s hard to know which experts to trust. After all, at the March 2020 lows, almost all of them were bearish, and stocks rocketed to record highs. Today, the same experts are bullish.

Will the markets surprise again?

From the perspective of “market fundamentals,” this is a confounding moment, for sure.

The good news is that you can have a different perspective.

Now through February 3, our friends at Elliott Wave International invite you to get objective, well-researched answers — the kind of answers only Elliott waves can provide — during their free State of the U.S. Markets FreePass event, now in progress.

You’ll see exactly what the Elliott waves show next for the DJIA, S&P 500, NASDAQ, gold, silver, bonds, the dollar, the U.S. economy and more.

Join EWI’s U.S. Markets FreePass and start getting answers right now.

“Free” means free: They don’t require a credit card and there are zero strings attached.

P.S. Here’s a testimonial the EWI team has already received about their FreePass event: “EWI always surprises its members. Great data and analysis. To share it for free at maybe one of the most important junctures in financial markets shows their concern for individual traders and investors.” I think you’ll agree once you’ve read the insights they’ve packed into the State of the U.S. Markets FreePass event.

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.