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State of the U.S. Markets

See what Elliott waves show next for U.S. stocks, U.S. Treasuries, the U.S. dollar, gold and more with FreePass

FREE | $235 value | Now - February 3 |

As we start the new year, there seem to be more questions than answers.

“Will the vaccines deliver?”
“Will the government stimulus be enough?”
“Will stocks keep marching to the beat of their own drum?”

“Are these even the right questions to be asking?”

At the March 2020 lows, after all, almost all market experts were deeply bearish. But stocks rose... and rose... and rose to record highs.

Today, the same experts are bullish. Will the markets surprise again?

You CAN get objective, well-researched, unbiased answers -- the kind of answers only Elliott waves can provide.

During the State of U.S. Markets FreePass event, those answers are yours, free.

Get Much-Needed Market Clarity

Now through February 3, FreePass gives you an unrestricted, in-depth look at the analysis inside our flagship Financial Forecast Service publications.

Our subscribers pay $100+ month when they purchase FFS’s components individually – but you get FFS completely free during FreePass. No credit card required, zero strings attached.

You'll see exactly what the Elliott waves show next for the DJIA, S&P 500, NASDAQ, gold, silver, bonds, the dollar, the U.S. economy and more.

You also get other valuable investor resources -- normally priced at $128. We hand-picked them to help you get the most out of FreePass.

All told, it's a $235 value, yours 100% FREE with FreePass.

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What You Get With FreePass

As soon as you’ve joined the State of U.S. Markets FreePass, you'll get instant access to 3 hand-picked investor resources:

In-Depth: Meet Your Financial Forecast Team

Financial Forecast co-editors Steven Hochberg and Peter Kendall tell you why Elliott wave analysis provides unparalleled clarity.

Discovering How to Use the Elliott Wave Principle

Over just 10 pages, this eBook will give you an introduction to applying the Wave Principle in the markets.

How to Count Waves Correctly

This classic video shows you how "being able to count to 5" is all you really need to start applying Elliott waves.

You'll also get instant access to our current, January 2021 Elliott Wave Financial Forecast:

Financial Forecast is published once a month. It gives you an in-depth view of stocks, bonds, gold & silver, the dollar, investor psychology, the economy and cultural trends across the U.S. After reading FF you’ll have a thorough grasp of the waves in all the markets – where the markets are currently; where they’re heading next; where the major opportunities are; where the big risks are.

Then, on January 23, you'll gain access to the January 2021 Elliott Wave Theorist:

The Elliott Wave Theorist is published once a month. Stocks, bonds, credit, debt, inflation/deflation, social trends... the topics you'll see in the Theorist vary. Every month since 1976, Robert Prechter has written each issue based on what he thinks his subscribers need to know at that moment. The Theorist provides you critical, biggest-picture market insights and related non-market societal insights.

Finally, January 27 - February 3, you'll get our 3x-per-week U.S. Short Term Update:

Short-Term Update is published every Monday, Wednesday and Friday just after market close. Each STU gives you a 1- to 3-day outlook for the key equities indexes, FX, metals and bonds markets across the U.S. STU is designed to give clear, objective and actionable forecasts, complete with Elliott-wave-labeled charts, so you are prepped for the shorter term just ahead.

I hope you enjoy this unique look into U.S. markets.


Derek Bruce
Your State of the U.S. Markets FreePass Host

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Meet your State of the U.S. Markets FreePass team:

Steve Hochberg

Steven Hochberg Chief Market Analyst

Steven Hochberg’s analysis keeps subscribers ahead of the trends in U.S. stock indexes, as well as global indexes, bonds, precious metals, the U.S. dollar and the economy. He co-edits our flagship monthly Elliott Wave Financial Forecast and edits our Monday-Wednesday-Friday Short Term Update. One of the world's foremost experts in Elliott wave forecasting, Steven is a sought-after speaker interviewed numerous times for his market views by Barron's, Bloomberg, CNBC, MSNBC, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and other media outlets. Steven began his career at Merrill Lynch and joined EWI in 1994.


Peter Kendall

Peter Kendall Chief Analyst for U.S. Markets and Cultural Trends

Peter Kendall has been a market analyst and editor at Elliott Wave International since 1992. In 1996, he edited Prechter’s Perspective, a series of interviews drawn from Robert Prechter’s media commentary. In addition to charting the course of the financial markets, he places the markets within the larger context of big-picture Elliott wave trends in social mood. From the heights of skyscrapers and hemlines to the depths of disco and punk rock, Peter’s insights show EWI’s subscribers why these trends are part and parcel of patterned and predictable Elliott waves. Together with Steven Hochberg, Peter co-edits our monthly Elliott Wave Financial Forecast and on occasion contributes to our U.S. Short Term Update. In 2009, together with Robert Prechter, he co-authored The Mania Chronicles.


Robert Prechter

Robert R. Prechter Founder and President, Elliott Wave International

Robert R. Prechter’s name is familiar to market observers the world over. Since founding EWI in 1979, Prechter has focused on applying and enhancing the Wave Principle, R.N. Elliott’s fractal model of financial pricing. Prechter shares his market insights in The Elliott Wave Theorist, one of the longest-running financial publications in existence today. Prechter has developed a theory of social causality called socionomics, whose main hypothesis is endogenously regulated waves of social mood prompt social actions. In other words, events don’t shape moods; moods shape events. Prechter has authored and edited several academic papers. He has written 18 books on finance and socionomics, including a New York Times bestseller.

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