Jobless Rate Will Likely Skyrocket in UK – Here’s Why

See a chart of the FTSE All-Share Index relative to unemployment

Elliott Wave International just released the “UK Investor Report” with a focus on the UK’s biggest financial markets.

Letting you know up front, it’s available for a limited time for only $29 by following the link below this video.

But first, here’s a chart and quote from the report that’s worth your attention:

The chart shows the relationship between the FTSE 100 and the UK Vacancy Survey, which tracks the number of unemployed workers per job vacancy. The ratio barely budged until the global financial crisis erupted in 2008. After [an Elliott wave low] in March 2009, the ratio soared above six (i.e., six unemployed workers for each available job), and then trailed back off [during an Elliott wave advance.] The survey spiked above 4 after Covid-19 broke out, but last October, it dropped to an all-time record low of 0.90 (meaning that more than one job was available for every unemployed person looking for work). The survey has since turned back up, and we think that it represents another economic metric that will explode higher on the heels of a declining market.

The “UK Investor Report” provides a forecast for the FTSE and gives you insights into other key UK financial markets like bonds and currencies.

You can have this report on your screen in moments for just $29 as you follow the link below.

Urgent Message to UK Investors: Prepare Now!

Swift financial and economic changes are likely ahead in the UK — according to Elliott Wave International’s latest analysis.

The “UK Investors Report” lays it all out for you — paragraph by paragraph, chart by chart. You will see how all the pieces fit together. Call it the “set up” for what appears to be a once-in-a-lifetime financial and economic shift.

Fellow UK investors will likely look back and wish they had been aware of this report after it’s too late.

Jump on this limited-time opportunity to access the “UK Investors Report” now for only $29.