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If you're looking for a refresher on the basics of the Wave Principle, be sure to access these free Subscriber Resources. EWI's "basics" package, otherwise known as "the Easiest Way to Discover the Wave Principle," couples the streaming version of "Counting Waves Correctly" -- DVD #2 from our popular 10-DVD set -- with "The Basics of the Elliott Wave Principle" e-Book (a combined value of $148). Enjoy and thanks for being a valued EWI Subscriber! Click the links below to access your "basics" package (log in required):

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Here are other subscriber resources that you have access to:

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The Basics of the Wave Principle Video
This 90-minute streaming video covers all the basics – from the rules and guidelines, to wave personalities and structures, to Fibonacci relationships and more!

Bob Prechter Addresses Georgia Legislators
On December 10, 2008, Bob Prechter and ten other speakers addressed the Joint Economic Committee of the House and Senate of the State of Georgia. The transcript from that presentation was the December 2008 issue of The Elliott Wave Theorist. As a complement to that issue, we created an enhanced video of the presentation for subscribers. (Running Time: 30 minutes)

Bob Prechter's Bloomberg Interviews
Bob Prechter's Bloomberg interviews on a chart of the Dow going back to the Oct. '07 high. “[The chart] put Bob’s analysis into a perspective that just really hit home,” a subscriber said. Even a few of us were surprised at how striking the videos looked in the context of this chart. So we took it one step further and plotted 8 of Bob's Bloomberg videos on a Dow chart, each with links to the full videos on YouTube.

The Personality of Wave 2
In this excerpt from Disc 5 of the Elliott Wave Educational Video Series, Dave Allman teaches you all about Wave 2's cunning personality. EWI's classic 10-volume series is now available on DVD for the first time. It's hailed as "the finest Elliott wave material ever produced" by the Commodity Traders Consumer Report, and is just as valuable now as it was when it was recorded over 15 years ago.

Archived Webinar with Jason Farkas: Combining Elliott Wave Analysis with Price and Volume
EWI Analyst Jason Farkas explains how "trading volume is like the footprint of the herd" in this video. His analysis of the S&P's October 2007 top and its March 2009 bottom shows you step-by-step how to anticipate where the herd will head as the wave count unfolds.

Archived Webinar with Mike Drakulich: How Triangle Patterns Help You Trade Metals with Confidence
EWI's Senior Metals analyst Mike Drakulich shows you how to identify your own high-confidence trade setups using his favorite trading pattern: the contracting triangle. You will also learn how to use Elliott wave guidelines to confirm or negate alternate wave counts. (Running Time: 30 minutes)


Lecture Hall

Lecture Hall

EWI Basic Tutorial
This 10-lesson course is comprehensive, with the same content you'd receive in a formal training class.

EWI Advanced Tutorial
A 10-lesson tutorial that builds on everything you've learned in the Basic Tutorial.

Glossary of Elliott Wave Terms
Corrective wave? Diagonal triangle? This will help you understand some of the common terminology used in EWI reports, videos, and by EWI analysts.

The Basics of the Elliott Wave Principle
A 46-page quick-reference guide created for EWI analysts, employees and new subscribers.

Discover How to Use the Elliott Wave Principle
This informative beginners piece on the basics of the Elliott Wave Principle will introduce you to the basic Elliott Wave pattern and how to identify key trends and turns in the markets, plus much more.


Reports Library

Reports Library

Starting to See Prechter's Perspective
This excerpt from the recently released edition of Prechter's Perspective gives you an inside look at the man named "Guru of the Decade" and "godfather of the modern deflation theory." Start your journey into Prechter's Perspective now.

Three Chapters From the Book, R.N. Elliott's Market Letters
This excerpt gives you material virtually unavailable until Bob Prechter published this book. You will get R.N. Elliott's real-time analysis and market forecasts, taking you through the history of the Wave Principle and bringing you up to speed on the foundation of this important tool. Includes footnotes by Bob Prechter.

The Stock Market Is Not Physics
Does the law of cause and effect rule the stock market? Of course it does! When the news is good, stocks go up, and when the news is bad, stocks go down...Right? Well...Read this eye-opening report and judge the evidence for yourself.

The Financial/Economic Dichotomy
This report gives startling evidence that the Law of Supply and Demand cannot be applied to the stock market. A better model for financial market behavior is the Wave Principle, and this report proves it.

Socionomics in a Nutshell
This classic issue of Bob Prechter's Theorist focuses on the fascinating subject of socionomics and teaches you the basics of this revolutionary new science.

What Every Trader Really Needs to Be Successful
Not just “trading rules,” but a list of five trading requirements from Robert Prechter, record-holder of the United States Trading Championship.

How the Wave Principle Can Improve Your Trading
EWI Senior Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy shows you how the Wave Principle kicks in to show high probability price targets where traditional technical studies fall short. Includes a lesson on how to make better use of protective stops.

5 Fatal Flaws of Trading
Close to ninety percent of all traders lose money. We're not just talking about amateurs here, either. However, the remaining ten percent of traders somehow manage to either break even or even make money - and more importantly, do it consistently. How do they do that? Please enjoy your complimentary excerpt from Jeffrey Kennedy's highly popular Trader's Classroom section of his Monthly Futures Junctures.

Best of Trader's Classroom eBook
Since 1999, EWI senior analyst and trading instructor Jeffrey Kennedy has produced dozens of Trader's Classroom lessons exclusively for his subscribers. After several requests to share these lessons and heated debate over which are the very best of the best, we've identified the 14 critical lessons every trader should know and created this 45-page chart-packed eBook.

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