New Elliott Wave Theorist: What's next for bonds, stocks -- plus, a historic study of trends in crude oil
On July 1, our flagship Elliott Wave Financial Forecast showed subscribers why U.S. stocks were headed for new highs -- in July.
On July 11 and 12, the S&P and Dow first hit new all-time highs, as forecast.
Right now, the question everyone's asking is: "Will the rally last?"
You can get objective answers right now, 100% risk-free, with the current Financial Forecast, as well as our new Elliott Wave Theorist.
See what we see next for U.S. stocks, bonds, the U.S. dollar, gold, economy -- plus, learn why supply and demand factors don't really control crude oil prices.
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