Irving, TX (PressExposure) July 14, 2011 -- For Immediate Release
Forecast for Tomorrow announces its specialized newsletter service now available to subscribers online. The company reports that this new financial forecasting newsletter service was established for those individuals interested in obtaining necessary knowledge and information to stay on top of things. The economic forecasts all relate to finance, investment, and economic issues. Many subscribers are reporting resulting financial opportunities and savings on investments. Forecast for Tomorrow reinforces any wavering confidence of potential subscribers by offering a 30-day period of review. According to this company, this limited offer is only available to subscribers of 12 issues.
Providing an example of the type of efficient forecasts provided by Forecast for Tomorrow, Kerry Kegan says, "After the market crash and the economy remained unstable, many investors were sidelined. However, as we monitored the global markets, we found great deals of money piling into gold but the price had hardly moved. This is, normally, a tell tale sign that the price is about to explode to 'the upside'. So, we issued an alert and warned our members." Kegan added that the forecast included a possible run up in gold prices and backed up with a live technical analysis video demonstration using the current gold price index.
Subscriber reviews are positive. Kerry reveals that existing subscribers are located around the globe, to include the United State, Canada, New Zealand, Peru, the United Kingdom, Alaska, and Australia. Natalie from Alaska says, "You are a lifesaver! We would have lost over $200,000 in the market if we listened to our broker! My husband and I cannot thank you enough!" According to Forecast for Tomorrow [http://www.forecastfortomorrow.com], this type of feedback is quite common and emphasized the quality and level of service that is being offered.
Jacob Hanson, Senior Director of Browns Trust, says, "...There is way more stuff in here that's just good information. As a subscriber to the FFT newsletters and as a business client, the forecasts and top notch information I have received over the last eight months have enabled us to purchase a large business condo for our employees and major party functions...."
Greg McCoy, yet another subscriber, says, "...My wife thinks you're a genius! We pulled out our retirement package out of the market in February 2008 thinking it was not a wise move, but we missed the crash.... You saved us $600,000 loss when the market came down in October."
Physically located at 34 Carada Street, Nambour, Queensland, Australia, Forecast For Tomorrow [http://www.forecastfortomorrow.com] says it aspires to provide a service that helps its subscribers stay on top of things financially, emotionally, and intelligently. Kerry Kegan reveals that this company engages in prolific studies of important events gone by and is able to accurately forecast possibilities of new or future events and trends occurring down the track and offer warnings.
Additional information about Forecast for Tomorrow can be reviewed at [http://www.forecastfortomorrow.com/newsletter] or enquiries can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. Forecast for Tomorrow believes people can still prosper during economic meltdowns.