|The best way to get experience without risking your neck? Find a personal mentor who has the time and interest to teach you everything they know. Bob Prechter took three decades to build his trading knowledge and gives it to you here in an intimate Q&A
||Prechter's Perspective 2004
|These two books examine the historical correlation between shifts in social mood and their most sensitive register, the stock market. They also present engaging studies that relate social mood trends to music, sports, corporate culture, peace, war and the global economy.
Together, the set can transform your understanding of how our society works. It will change the way you read the newspaper. It will even show you how to predict news trends months in advance.
||Socionomics: The Science of History and Social Prediction
|The Colours of Infinity is not just a celebration of the TV documentary. It also brings fractal geometry up to date with a gathering of the thoughts and enthusiasms of the foremost writers and researchers in the field, including EWI's own Robert Prechter. His chapter, "The Human Social Experience Forms a Fractal," gives readers an overview of R.N. Elliott's discovery that the stock market is patterned and explains why: the human herding impulse.
||The Colours of Infinity -- The Beauty and Power of Fractals
|View from the Top of the Grand Supercycle includes key essays from Bob Prechter, Pete Kendall and media writers who were on the scene in 1997-2000, when it mattered. It includes a timing forecast for the ferocious bear market ahead. Just as important, the book spells out the mistakes along the way, and what you can learn to help avoid those errors in the future. This book is one of the very rare opportunities in life to learn from a pivotal time in history.
||View from the Top
|Bob Prechter has written 13 books, but he says, "The coolest of them all is Beautiful Pictures. It was the hardest one to write because of all the calculations involved. But the end result was a gallery of simple, clear graphs that will let you see at a glance the incredible way that Elliott waves -- going all the way back to 1932 -- are proportioned in time and price."
|Many people believe that the stock market's movements mimic those of a space-bound aircraft: Up, up, up and away. That attitude heightened near the end of the millennium and investing became as widespread as grocery shopping. In the midst of all that hype, Bob Prechter rushed to publish a book that would warn investors of an awakening bear market (he also forecasted the great bull market's liftoff back in 1979). He warned that the coming crash would bring devastation to the unprepared.
||Conquer the Crash
|This volume includes classic issues of our publications as well as many new pieces. Here’s part of what you’ll find:
- New Studies in the Wave Principle and other studies in market analysis that reveal the latest findings in the field
- Fascinating essays on finance and philosophy to give you a deeper understanding of how markets really work
- Insight into investment manias so you don’t get swept up and away with the crowd
- Requirements for successful forecasting and speculation to guide you as you put your newfound knowledge to work in the markets
|Market Analysis for the New Millennium
|At the Crest Of The Tidal Wave presents overwhelming evidence for a historic turn - evidence that a 200-year old trend is peaking. More than doom and gloom, At the Crest includes a chapter entitled "How to Handle the Coming Environment" and offers the specifics of Bob's forecasts in the chapter, "Expectations for the Bear Market." Beware that this turn will cause catastrophic loss to the unprepared and great rewards to the prepared. You can prepare yourself now by ordering this book.
||At the Crest of the Tidal Wave: A Forecast for the Great Bear Market
|This new edition is designed to delight the Elliott Wave novice, as well as the veteran. Don’t worry, though. We’ve still maintained the essential writings of the book, including:
- The basic tenets of wave theory: Simple explanations of the terms, and how to identify all 13 waves that can occur in market price movements.
- The rules and guidelines of wave analysis: Basics of counting waves, how to recognize the "right look" of a wave, plus lots of simple steps for applying the rules.
- The scientific background of the Wave Principle: How you can see it in nature and the universe, in art and mathematics, even in the shape of the human body.
- Long term waves: How the Wave Principle unlocks human history, from the fall of the Roman Empire through the Middle Ages into the financial upheavals of the 20th Century.
|Elliott Wave Principle
|This richly expanded version of The Major Works of R.N. Elliott presents the three ground-breaking works, long out of print, in which R.N. Elliott first described his discoveries to the world.
- "The Wave Principle" (1938)
- The Financial World articles (1939)
- Nature's Law -- The Secret of the Universe (1946)
- The key essays from Elliott's Educational Letters
- Numerous charts with Elliott's own labeling
|RN Elliott's Masterworks
|We recently published this word-for-word collection of R.N. Elliott's market letters, including the charts he used. Previously, this material was virtually unavailable, with the few rare copies circulating as barely readable photocopies. R.N. Elliott's Market Letters, 1938-1946, presents Elliott's real-time analysis and forecasts of market action, along with numerous essays on the application of the Wave Principle.
||RN Elliott's Market Letters (1938-1946)
|A. J. Frost was A. Hamilton Bolton's successor as the reigning dean of the Wave Principle. Everything he ever published on the subject is in this book. In his 1967 and 1970 Elliott Wave supplements to The Bank Credit Analyst, Frost forecasts the ending level for the 1966-1974 bear markets in the Dow, to the point! The incomparable Richard Russell of Dow Theory Letters, who conferred often with Frost, brilliantly blazed the market's trail in the 1970s. Every word Russell wrote about the Wave Principle is here.
||The Elliott Wave Writings of A.J. Frost and Richard Russell
|Nowhere else can you read all this in one volume: Bolton's book The Elliott Wave Principle -- A Critical Appraisal, all of Bolton's annual Elliott Wave Supplements for The Bank Credit Analyst 1953-1960, personal letters, articles and rare photos, plus a biography of Bolton written by A.J. Frost.
||Complete Elliott Wave Writings of A. Hamilton Bolton