Elliott Wave Principle

Elliott Wave Principle

ISBN
0932750753
Author
Robert Prechter and Alfred J. Frost
Format
Pb
Edition
10th
Published
Jan 1, 2000
Publisher
New Classics Library
Developed by Ralph Nelson Elliott in the 1930s and '40s, the Elliott Wave Principle is a powerful analytical tool for forecasting stock market behavior. The basic concept behind the Principle is that stock market prices rise and fall in discernible patterns and that those patterns can be linked together into waves.

In the years since it was first published, this classic guide to the Elliott Wave Principle has acquired a cult status among technical analysts, worldwide. And with each new edition, the authors have refined and enhanced the principle, while retaining all the predictions from past editions.

Now available in paperback for the first time, this Tenth Edition of the classic text clearly describes Elliott Wave theory and applications, and includes the authors' latest forecasts, including their prediction of the great bear market to follow the past decade's bull market.
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It is a classic

This book is packed with exellent material one needs to absorb if one is interested in trading using Elliott Waves.
It needs to be studied with focus on details, and in few caces one needs to return to see the content eg: ew in diagonal structure.