This collection of books is called The History Collection because it chronicles the history of the Elliott Wave Principle. This 3-book set shows you how history's greatest market-timers approached their methods. .
Virtually unavailable until Robert Prechter published these books, you'll see actual charts R.N. Elliott used to explain real-time analysis and forecasts of market action, along with numerous essays on the Wave Principle. You'll get biographies, great calls and practical application theories that you can apply to your own investments.
Throughout this collection, you'll see how some of the world's greatest Elliotticians applied the Wave Principle. Take a walk through the history books as Prechter chronicles the beginning of the Elliott wave method.
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.
This comprehensive volume gives you Bolton's book The Elliott Wave Principle -- A Critical Appraisal, all of Bolton's annual Elliott Wave Supplements for The Bank Credit Analyst 1953-1966, personal letters, articles and rare photos, plus a biography of Bolton written by A.J. Frost.
Every word A.J. Frost and Richard Russell ever published on the Wave Principle is in this book, including one of the greatest market calls of all time.
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.
A.J. Frost, C.F.A., a graduate of Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, started his career as a legal accountant. He achieved his objective on being admitted to the Ontario Institute of Chartered Accountants in 1934. In 1960, Mr. Frost became a partner of the A. Hamilton Bolton, who introduced him to the Elliott Wave Principle. After Bolton's death in 1967, Frost wrote two Elliott Wave Supplements for the firm of Bolton-Tremblay, the editors of the Bank Credit Analyst. In 1978, he co-authored the book, Elliott Wave Principle -- Key to Market Behavior, with Robert Prechter.