Our financial newsletter uses Elliott Wave Theory to forecast the near, mid, and long-term direction of the major markets, and it works. Other services provide vague market forecasts that leave you guessing. At Wavespeak, we tell you exactly when to trade and how to manage it. In addition, we publish detailed charts on all major indexes and provide very specific individual stock trade recommendations in each weekend newsletter.
Over the course of the past 75 years, Elliott Wave Theorists have time and time again made miraculous market forecasts using the Elliott Wave Theory.
Here at Wavespeak, we have been carrying on the tradition of telling investors when important changes in market trend are going to occur. In fact, we have been ahead of nearly every change in trend since the start of 2003, when Wavespeak began. Now, you can access these forecasts at the exceptionally affordable price of $19 a month.
Our financial newsletter is published three times each week (stock charts included). Stop wasting time and money pouring over the fundamentals of stocks that are simply going to follow the market like all stocks do.
Whether you are a day trader, part-time investor, money manager, or institution, Wavespeak.com will add significant value where it matters – your bottom line.
We offer the following services for $19/month:
3 Financial Newsletters Each Week (Mondays, Wednesdays, and weekends- stock charts included)
Elliott Wave Patterns in all Major Indices Including the Dow, S&P, and NDX (patterns applied to individual stock picks as well)
Forecast of Current and Future Market Directions
Highlighted Stocks with Trade Potential provided in the Weekend Issues (with individual stock charts with our stock picks)
A Detailed Chart Database Updated Prior to Each Newsletter Including Detailed Analysis on Every Major Index including Gold and Silver Index, the US Dollar, and 10 Year Yield
Insights into the Markets Through the Most Accurate Elliottician at the most Reasonable Price
Years of Experience Applying the Elliott Wave Theory to Financial Markets