Elliott Wave International Begins Free Week to Try Out

Sep 18, 2009: 11:14 AM CST

Robert Prechter’s financial forecasting and educational site just began “Free Week,” which allows you to gain immediate subscriber level access to some of their daily and weekly market forecasting services to see what membership is like for subscribers.

These are always popular events that allow non-subscribers to receive full, free reports/access for a week’s period (usually Wednesday until Wednesday) of their Elliott Wave International services.

This time, they are allowing access to the “Asian/Pacific” Market Updates (Elliott Wave labeling and forecasting, along with other analysis from Robert Precther and staff) – this is usually not offered in the “free week” campaigns so be sure to take advantage of this special opportunity if you’re interested in overseas markets in addition to US Markets and Commodities.

From the EWI site:

“Our friends at Elliott Wave International have just announced the beginning of their wildly popular FreeWeek event, where they throw open the doors to some of their most popular paid services to non-subscribers for one week only.

For the first time ever, EWI is providing complete access to The Asian-Pacific Short Term Update and The European Short Term Update, but only until Sept. 23.

Markets move fast, so having an independent forecasting and near-term opportunity-spotting service on your side is more important now than ever. FreeWeek lets you see for yourself, and each day for one full week will show you clearly labeled price charts with updated analysis of all the major equity markets in the European and Asian-Pacific regions.”

As a proud affiliate, I’m always thankful they offer these trials so you can see for yourself what Robert Prechter and staff are thinking in terms of wave counts and broader economic conditions. It certainly takes the pressure off me to make detailed Elliott Wave counts on overseas markets for readers!

Corey Rosenbloom, CMT

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