Steven Hochberg is the Chief Market Analyst for Elliott Wave International. He is the co-editor of The Elliott Wave Financial Forecast and editor of The Short Term Update. Hochberg began his career with Merrill Lynch & Co. and joined Elliott Wave International in 1994.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
Peter Kendall is co-editor of The Elliott Wave Financial Forecast. Pete authored The Mania Chronicles with Robert Prechter in 2009 and contributes to The Short Term Update. Pete began his career as a financial reporter and columnist and joined EWI in 1992.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
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. Prechter has been named "one of the premier timers in stock market history" by Timer Digest, "the champion market forecaster" by Fortune magazine, "the world leader in Elliott wave interpretation" by The Securities Institute, and "the nation's foremost proponent of the Elliott wave method of forecasting" by The New York Times.
Brian Whitmer is a pure technical analyst. He is proficient in socionomics, putting him in tune with events in the region. Brian describes himself as self-educated in Austrian economics, so he is well versed in the misunderstandings of mainstream theories. He also contributes the European stock section of our monthly Global Market Perspective. He is a well-traveled speaker and appears frequently as a guest on financial television.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
Chris Carolan is a pioneer in his field and 1998 recipient of the Charles Dow Award for excellence and creativity in technical analysis. He excels at keeping you abreast of the patterns and opportunities in the European and Asian-Pacific markets in his European Short Term Update and Asian-Pacific Short Term Update. He also often comments on bond and foreign exchange markets, unfolding news stories that relate to social mood, the Wave Principle and worldwide trends that impact the European and Asian regions.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
Mark Galasiewski (gala-SHEV-ski) lived in Japan for most of the 1990s. A graduate of Middlebury College (Vermont, USA) in East Asian Studies, he is fluent in Japanese and conversant in Mandarin Chinese. In his monthly commentaries, Mark not only discovers opportunities in Asian-Pacific markets, but also shows how cultural and political events relate to financial trends in the region. He has traveled to many of the countries he writes about, including Japan, China, South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, Egypt and Jordan.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
Tom Denham has been providing market analysis for Elliott Wave International for more than 11 years, covering multiple markets including metals, European stocks and currencies during that time. Today Tom is the editor of EWI's Metals Pro Service, providing intraday and daily analysis of gold, silver, copper and other major metals.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
Steve Craig has been involved with energy futures since their inception and credits Bob Prechter's masterful stock market forecasts in the 1980s for the inspiration to make the leap from an Elliott wave student to an ardent practitioner. Steve is responsible for EWI’s on-line Energy Pro Service which includes up-to-the-hour forecasts for NYMEX crude oil and natural gas and end-of-day comments on crude oil, Brent, natural gas, heating oil and unleaded as well as several related ETFs.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
Robert Kelley joined EWI in 1990 and edited The Elliott Wave Short Term Update, the Currency and Commodity Hotline and the currency section of The Elliott Wave Currency and Commodity Forecast newsletter. Robert now provides intraday analysis for our new U.S. Intraday Stocks Pro Service.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
Jim Martens is Elliott Wave International's Senior Currency Strategist and editor of Currency Pro Service. Jim is an experienced Elliott wave instructor and presents at various trading seminars and tutorials around the world.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
Michael Madden, CMT, CFTe, is the founder of ElliottWaveIreland and the co-head of the Market Technicians Association (Irish Chapter). He joined EWI's Pro Services team in 2014, initially covering intraday interest rates and now he provides intraday commentary for currencies throughout the European trading session.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
Jeffrey Kennedy is Chief Commodity Analyst at Elliott Wave International (EWI), with 20-plus years of experience as an analyst, trader and teacher. He writes Commodity Junctures, EWI's premier commodity forecasting package that focuses on Elliott wave analysis of the commodity markets. He also produces Trader's Classroom, an educational service that shows how to spot trading opportunities with wave analysis and supporting technical methods. In 2014, he achieved the title of a Chartered Market Technician, certifying his proficiency in multiple technical analysis tools. Subscribers and students always tell us how committed he is to empowering them to achieve trading success.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
Peter DeSario has been actively involved in the futures markets for over 30 years. Beginning in December 1990, Peter edited the monthly letter The Elliott Wave Currency and Commodity Forecast for EWI and went onto provide daily analysis of commodities for EWI's Pro Services. Today, he is in charge of Interest Rates Pro Service.
Matthew Gress interned with EWI in 2003 and joined the firm full time in 2009. Matt provides intraday analysis for currencies and Asian stocks in EWI's online Pro Services.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
Murat Yilmaz is Elliott Wave International's European Stocks Intraday Analyst. In 2002, he began publishing his own Elliott wave and other technical analysis online. Before joining EWI in 2013, Murat managed major software development projects in several industries, including finance.
Tom Prindaville has been with Elliott Wave International since 2000. He fills a very important niche in our U.S. stock market coverage, and we are very pleased to be able to present his unique abilities and insights to our customers.
Tony Carrion is an Elliott wave specialist, investor and trader who covers intraday analysis on eleven major currencies for Elliott Wave International. Prior to joining EWI, in 2000 he formed an independent online research service, Market-Harmonics.com, providing research reports and market letters covering equities, futures and forex.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
T.W. John Hunter has been involved with international markets for more than 27 years after starting his career at Merrill Lynch in 1981. In 2004, he joined Elliott Wave International, where he currently provides intraday forecasts of FX, European stocks and interest rates during the European session.
Al Graham provide intraday commentary about European markets to institutional subscribers and contributes intraday stocks and currency coverage for Australia, Taiwan and Korea. He first joined EWI in 1992 as an intraday overnight analyst and created EWI's Global Energy Outlook, which he edited until 1999.
Wayne Gorman is head of EWI's Educational Resources. With more than 30 years of experience as a risk manager and trader, he began his career at Citibank where he managed trading positions in money markets and derivatives. He traded full time with his own capital for more than four years before joining Elliott Wave International.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
Matt Lampert is a graduate of the University of Cambridge and has spoken about socionomic theory throughout the US and Europe. He is a board member of the Socionomics Foundation and edits the monthly research magazine, The Socionomist. His research has been supported by the National Academy of Sciences with funds from the National Science Foundation, and his work has been featured by USA Today, CNBC, the Associated Press and other popular news and scholarly publications.
Areas of research include electoral decision-making, financial markets and popular culture.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
Alan Hall received his degree in Fine Arts from Berry College, emerging into the 1970s bear market. He began studying Elliott wave analysis and socionomics after meeting Bob Prechter in 1995. His knowledge of socionomics made it easy for him to recognize the escalating housing mania, so he ended his building business in late 2004 and came to write for EWI in 2006.
Areas of research include authoritarianism, commodities, cyber warfare, disease, education trends, environmentalism, epidemics, eugenics, politics, sugar, and WikiLeaks.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
Chuck Thompson, senior analyst for The Socionomist, has spent more than a quarter-century studying and writing about personal finance and cultural trends. He also served as a writer and editor in the radio and newspaper industries for eight years prior to making the jump to finance. Chuck joined The Socionomist in September 2010.
Areas of interest include international affairs, war, movies, television, music, science, religion and human behavior.ANALYST SPOTLIGHT
Ben Hall joined the Socionomics Institute in early 2008 after completing a degree in sociology with a concentration in history from Western Carolina University. His research interests include cultural trends, politics and social causality, and he is an avid ping pong and tennis enthusiast who enjoys exploring the culinary arts.
Robert Folsom has covered politics, popular culture, economics and the financial markets for more than 25 years, via print, radio, video and digital content. Robert has served as a writer and editor with Elliott Wave International since 1992. From 2000 to 2007, his 5-day per week blog on elliottwave.com built an investor readership of some 70,000, who read Robert's unique perspective on everything from media follies to mass psychology to under-reported facts about investing.
Alyssa Hayden is a graduate of Oregon State University where she studied immigration, language and education. She has served as a writer and editor with Elliott Wave International and the Socionomics Institute since 2008. Alyssa authors articles for peer review and manages the institute's communications efforts.
What does EWI do?
We analyze and forecast financial markets all over the world. This is how we make a living.
We have observed that outside events such as the economy and politics -- where most people focus -- are useless in forecasting stock prices. We analyze internal market behavior, because it telegraphs future trends.
You can access services for casual investors all the way up to daily and intraday analysis for professionals.
Regional investors who want in-depth research and forecasts can choose from US, Asian-Pacific, European or Global coverage. Active traders and Market Professionals can choose to have intensive coverage of the markets they follow. We also have a service dedicated to commodity traders.
What makes EWI unique?
We have developed a new theory of financial behavior and social causality, called socionomics. This perspective is more thought-provoking and reasoned than anything you will read from other financial publishers. Our analysis of cultural trends is one reason subscribers stay with us for decades.
Our monthly financial services employ socionomic analysis, and you can enhance your experience by reading our monthly analysis of world events from this unique perspective.
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Since 2005, EWI has focused its academic research in the Socionomics Institute. The Institute is a seven-person team whose mission is to study social mood and its impact on social behavior. Visit the Socionomics Institute's website to learn more.