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When EWI President Robert Prechter sat down to write the first edition of "Conquer The Crash" in 2002, the idea that the United States would enter a period of what news authorities coined "economic Armageddon" several years later was unheard of.
Flashing back, the major blue-chip averages were rebounding off a historic bottom, the notorious dot.com bust was making way for a powerful housing boom, Fannie Mae's chief executive was named "the most confident CEO in America," then President George Bush was enjoying a 60%-plus approval rating, Gulf War II hadn't begun yet, and when it did, a "quick and easy victory" was supposed to follow, and the Federal Reserve was largely credited with slaying the big, bad bear via the sharp blade of monetary policy.
Five years later, the tables turned. The U.S. housing market endured its worst downturn since the Great Depression; Fannie Mae's CEO was ousted amidst a mortgage crisis of incalculable damage. George W. Bush left the oval office with a record low approval rating of 25%, and the expected "cakewalk" victory in Iraq became a "quagmire" and national dilemma.
Anticipating these and other "shocks" to the global system is the unparalleled achievement of "Conquer The Crash."
If the tools in Prechter's analytical toolbox, namely Elliott wave analysis and socionomics (Prechter's science of social prediction based on the Wave Principle), enabled him to foresee these "sea changes" in the economic, social, and political landscape -- the only question is: What else do the pages of the "Conquer The Crash" reveal?
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Robert Prechter began his professional career in 1975 as a Technical Market Specialist with the Merrill Lynch Market Analysis Department in New York. He has been publishing The Elliott Wave Theorist since 1979 and is the president of Elliott Wave International. He is also Executive Director of the Socionomics Institute, which studies social mood and its impact on social action, including the stock market and the economy.