This is a guest post by Robert Folsom of Elliott Wave International:
In response to the mini-crash of today, Elliott Wave International is allowing access to Robert Prechter’s latest report titled: “A Deadly Bearish Big Picture”. You can read that entire 10-page issue right now for free.
Headlines are usually about what happened already, but Prechter’s headline is about what happens next. It goes beyond providing information. Yes, he wants you to see what he sees — but Prechter’s purpose is to provide you with a forecast so that you’ll be prepared.
So please consider the top headline once again.
If you’ve read any of Prechter’s books or heard him in an interview, you know that overstatement is not his style. When he says the “Big Picture” is “Deadly Bearish,” that is exactly what he means.
This issue of the Theorist shows the depth of Prechter’s recent research into what that “Big Picture” includes. The array of time cycles he explains is nothing short of amazing; each one is relevant to the how and when of what stock market prices will do from now until the year 2016.
And make no mistake, this April issue of The Elliott Wave Theorist fully recognizes the extraordinarily optimistic sentiment that now blankets the financial world. Truth is, the evidence is everywhere — you just have to know where to look. Did you know that Time magazine quotes two professors who are telling 20- and 30-year-olds to use ALL their retirement savings to buy stocks on margin?
This is exactly the type of one-sided evidence that covered the financial world back in February of 2009 — except, of course, the extreme then led to a “deadly bullish” conclusion. Yes, that was precisely the month when Bob Prechter’s Elliott Wave Theorist told subscribers to expect the stock market to turn bullish.
Once again, find out why investors turn to EWI for a different perspective. It’s better to be with it than without.
Get your FREE copy of Prechter’s latest research — Download the April Theorist now.
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