What will 2017 bring?

As we're starting the new year, it's important to tally the one we're leaving behind.

At the start of 2016, bullish Elliott wave patterns in the U.S. dollar said to expect a strong rally. In November, the buck hit a 13½-year high.

Gold prices had a similar message last January, prompting our Financial Forecast to show a bullish "You Are Here" chart. Gold rallied 30% into the high of $1375 on July 6.

Six days earlier, on June 30 Financial Forecast said that bonds were starting a historic shift. The yields on 10-year U.S. Treasury notes bottomed in July and doubled by December 15.

Today, we are again preparing investors like you for the upcoming trends.

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