‘FreePass for a Changed World’

I just got a call from a not-totally-unsavvy friend of mine who was like, “OMG! I just now realized that I can get almost 5% on my savings without any risk. I’ve got 100 grand in the bank; that’s like $5000 of found money!”

I was like, “Duh! Where have you been, dude? Glad you’re finally here!”

Then it hit me.

This is new ground for millions of investors who came into markets during the past decade of zero interest rates. Even the more seasoned folks are struggling to remember what it’s like to live and invest in a world where money isn’t “free.”

Point is, RISKS have changed; OPPORTUNITIES have changed; the world has changed.

Frankly, it’s a major adjustment. So, let our friends at Elliott Wave International help you navigate.

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This from the very guys who FORECAST this change (and others) years ago, against what everyone else was saying.

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What’s not to love about that?

The world has changed — in very real ways that affect YOU. “Adapt or die” may be a bit strong, but you get the idea — it’s time to act.

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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.