As you well know, Europe’s debt crisis has been a mainstay in the news — and in the minds of investors — over the past few months. The Greek bailout has calmed some nerves, but it has failed to recognize the true cause for the crisis, according to a new report from Elliott Wave International.
Back in February, when the modern-day Greek tragedy appeared to be contained by all media accounts, our friends at EWI anticipated yet another wave of debt woes across Europe. Here’s what EWI’s European chief market analyst, Brian Whitmer, wrote on Feb. 26:
“Greece’s woes aren’t over, and neither are its neighbors, meaning that more surprises are sure to come.”
Whitmer and his colleagues have been anticipating and tracking the growing debt crisis in Greece, Spain, Portugal and other European nations. Their analysis is so valuable and so timely right now that they’ve decided to give you their latest paid analysis on Europe in a new free report, “European Debt: An Elliott Wave Perspective.”
Their explosive five-page report is jam-packed with forecasts and analysis originally published for EWI’s paying subscribers. It shows you the real-time power of Elliott wave analysis in European markets, and it reveals what’s next for the euro and European solidarity.
For the REAL story on Europe — independent from media assumptions and conjecture — read this prescient new report from EWI.
Download your free report, “European Debt: An Elliott Wave Perspective,” now.
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Founded in 1979 by Robert R. Prechter Jr., Elliott Wave International 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.
2 thoughts on “Complimentary Report: Explosive New Analysis About Euro and European Debt”
I predict EURO will rebound and sharp at coming weeks, EURO zone’s crisis is going to end, also US give out its helping hands
EURO will back to 1.30 – 1.35 or above
I agree with you. For the long term I favor and predict a strong Euro and a continually weak USD. The US has a lot of problems and a monstrous debt that will simply reflect itself in the value of the Dollar.
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