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Ryan Henry Has Had Over 100 FollowersPrevious Rank: 12 Followers: 183 Votes: 8 Years Member: 14 Last Update: 17 February 2017, 9:28 Categories: ETFs
Elliott Wave Analysis
Trend Analysis

2/2 - U.S. markets have flattened out over the past 1.5 months, but that only delays the inevitable resumption of the overall uptrend on these ETFs. Meanwhile, global markets have been in rally mode in an effort to resume their long-term uptrends - Precisely as the Elliott Wave pattern informed us a long time ago. No doubt about it, making money in the market becomes a lot easier when you know where it wants to head before it does. The Elliott Wave Theory is super powerful when you learn how to listen to it. That's what we do every day at TrendLizard.com, come get a free trial!

Below you can see the 30,000-foot view Elliott Wave pattern of every ETF we follow. Every trade you take, even if you are day trader, should keep the long-term perspective in mind to make sure you're not swimming against the current. These are the ETFs we actively trade at TrendLizard.com, and we are consistently riding the biggest trends out there. That's how we've returned 517 percentage points since the start of 2013. Come check it out for yourself, free 1-week trial at TrendLizard.com.

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