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Free: The Most Important Investment Report of 2012.

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    November 16, 2011

    The stock market’s 17-month drop into March 2009 erased all the gains in the Dow Jones Industrial Average since the late 1990s. That’s a full decade’s worth of gains.

    And the two-week drop that ended August 9 basically wiped out all the gains from 2010 – 2011.

    Just since August 1, there have been over 25 days that the Dow closed more than 200 points above or below its previous close. That’s volatility.

    What does this all mean for the markets and your portfolio? Is another downturn ahead or is it finally a buying opportunity?

    Download “The Most Important Investment Report You’ll Read for 2012” Now. (It’s FREE, but only until November 30.) 

    Elliott Wave International has just released a free report that will help you navigate the year ahead. You’ll get all of the indicators that they have been analyzing over the past year, with 25 eye-opening charts and 14 pages of straightforward commentary.

    This limited-time offer will expire November 30. This could be the most important investment report you’ll read for 2012.

    Elliott Wave International has just released a free report that will help you navigate the year ahead. You’ll get all of the indicators that they have been analyzing over the past year, with 25 eye-opening charts and 14 pages of straightforward commentary. As volatile as the markets have been and will likely continue to be, you owe it to yourself and your portfolio to download this free report.

    Download your free report now.

    About the Publisher, Elliott Wave International

    Founded in 1979 by Robert R. Prechter Jr., Elliott Wave International (EWI) is the world’s largest market forecasting firm. Its staff of full-time analysts provides 24-hour-a-day market analysis to institutional and private investors around the world

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