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Why, What and How of Elliott Wave Analysis 
These 3 online videos make learning easy with simple lessons from EWI Senior Tutorial Instructor Wayne Gorman. (Need Access?)

10 Lessons on the Wave Principle
This text-based tutorial covers the basics plus more advanced patterns such as corrective waves, diagonal triangles, and more. (Need Access?)

Elliott Wave Principle Online Edition
Prechter and Frost's groundbreaking investment classic hailed by reviewers as the "definitive textbook on the Wave Principle." It's the most useful and comprehensive guide to understanding and applying the Elliott Wave Principle. (Need Access?)

Frequently Asked Questions
Read some of the questions we are asked most frequently by subscribers, Club EWI members and people new to Elliott Wave International.

Latest Resources

State of the Global Markets -- 2015 Edition
U.S. stocks are at new highs yet signs of deflation are everywhere. Regional and global economies recently said to be "recovering" are falling back into recession. And unexpected markets are poised for multi-year bull markets. Read this 53-page report now to learn where you can find opportunities and what you should avoid for 2015. Available until March 16.

3 Lessons: Learn to Spot Trade Setups on Your Charts
In these three video lessons, Jeffrey Kennedy shows you how to look for opportunities in your charts using Elliott wave and other technical methods. You'll learn the 5 core Elliott wave patterns and how to combine technical methods to create a compelling forecast. Available until March 13.

Popular Resources

Trading the LineTrading the Line: 5 Ways You Can Use Trendlines to Improve Your Trading Decisions

In this free eBook, Jeffrey Kennedy will show you five ways to draw trendlines that will help you to identify support and resistance, the end of a move, and changes in trend -- critical information for your trading success.

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How the Wave Principle Can Improve Your Trading
95% of Traders Fail -- Is Emotion Damaging Your Trading? It's time to remove emotion from your trading and learn to manage your positions objectively -- so you can make the most of each high-confidence trade set-up. (Need access?)

8 Chapters of Conquer the Crash
This free, 42-page report can help you prepare for your financial future. You'll get valuable lessons on what to do with your pension plan, what to do if you run a business, how to handle calling in loans and paying off debt and so much more. (Need access?)

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