This book gives you the real-time analysis and market forecasts from the master himself, R.N. Elliott, with many essays on the applications of the Wave Principle. The letters and essays are extensively footnoted and cross-referenced by Robert Prechter.
Discover the pioneer of the Wave Principle, R.N. Elliott, through this word-for-word collection of his market letters including the charts he actually used. The material included within this book was virtually unavailable, with the exception of a few, barely legible photocopies, until now. You'll see Elliott's real-time analysis and forecasts of market action from 1938 through 1946, along with numerous essays on the application of the Wave Principle. Plus, commentary throughout the book is extensively footnoted and cross-referenced by Bob Prechter.
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.
The value of the material included in this book is substantial. First, Elliott's market letters contain a number of observations that are not found in Elliott's two books or his series of articles for Financial World magazine. Second, several of his real-time analyses are particularly insightful and original, expanding our knowledge of his unique genius. These letters allow us to observe Elliott's progress in continuing to refine his observations of the Wave Principle as market events unfolded over a period of eight years (coinciding almost exactly with World War II).