The Mania Chronicles:
By Peter Kendall and Robert Prechter
Journalism is often called "the first draft of history," and most of us get what that means: News stories appear within hours or minutes of the news itself, so later drafts must compensate for what the first one lacked.
Experienced scholars and researchers also know that really good journalism can make their labors a lot easier. A first-rate news story is a "primary source" that can tell them most of what they need to know. To discover such a source is to find a small (perhaps a large) treasure.
But an even bigger treasure is the primary source that actually anticipated an event -- a singular account which understood events of that day well enough to accurately forecast the next episode. Such rarities are like a "first draft of the future."
The biggest financial story of our lifetime is unfolding now. Countless after-the-fact news stories have described what happened along the way. A lot of "later drafts" are sure to appear soon.What is already in place, however, is The First Draft of the Future, which truly did anticipate today's crisis. And it was indeed written BEFORE the decades-long bullish trend turned lower.
The Mania Chronicles:
If you've been a subscriber for any length of time, you know that this first draft of the future could be from only one source. What you may not realize is that this tale was 13 years in the telling -- the story goes back (at least) to 1995.
Perhaps most amazing of all, The Mania Chronicles lives up in scope to the scale of the Financial Bubble and Crisis: 700 large-size pages long, composed entirely of real-time analysis, charts and forecasts published before the events they describe -- reproduced here as they appeared in the Elliott Wave Theorist and the Elliott Wave Financial Forecast.
Mind you, The Mania Chronicles is a "book" only in name. Every page includes compelling and often astonishingly accurate forecasts along with the inevitable miscues, to which the authors adjusted as required. In every instance you are there, experiencing events as they happened. From size alone, you can tell that this is not the sort of text you read in a few sittings. it's an encyclopedic resource that includes a full index and table of contents, so you can search by topics that interest you most, whether they be financial or cultural.
When it comes to the Great Asset Mania, this is the primary source for scholars to "discover" at some later time. When it was being composed, it was a draft of the future, not the present. Now the true First Draft of the Future has been compiled and published. What's more, it can be yours to own -- right now. Though The Mania Chronicles is as inexpensive as we could make it, it still requires a substantial investment. But we do not hesitate to say that the value of this volume greatly exceeds its cost.
To understand today's crisis -- and to be prepared for what's still to come -- demands a full grasp of how we got here. Only one resource offers this to you.
The Mania Chronicles: A Real-Time Account
of The Great Financial Bubble (1995-2008)
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