Learn What REALLY Moves the Markets
Listen to 12 minutes of Bob Prechter's presentation to The International Federation of Technical Analysts, where he dismantles the commonly held beliefs that many use to forecast the markets.
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Most financial experts think external factors regulate the financial markets. In just 12 minutes, Bob Prechter reveals eye-opening evidence that refutes the idea that:
- you can forecast the direction of stock prices based on the direction of interest rates
- the outbreak of war affects the stock market
- one political party is better for stock prices than the other
- there is a correlation between oil prices and the stock market
You'll see why using the news and external events is not the way to forecast the stock market.
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In just 12 minutes, Bob Prechter reveals eye-opening evidence that shows external factors -- be they interest rates, war or peace, oil prices, inflation, quantitative easing, even terrorism -- do not in fact regulate financial markets as most experts claim.
Meet Your Author
Robert R. Prechter Founder and President, Elliott Wave International
Robert R. Prechter’s name is familiar to market observers the world over. Since founding EWI in 1979, Prechter has focused on applying and enhancing the Wave Principle, R.N. Elliott’s fractal model of financial pricing. Prechter shares his market insights in The Elliott Wave Theorist, one of the longest-running financial publications in existence today. Prechter has developed a theory of social causality called socionomics, whose main hypothesis is endogenously regulated waves of social mood prompt social actions. In other words, events don’t shape moods; moods shape events. Prechter has authored and edited several academic papers. He has written 18 books on finance and socionomics, including a New York Times bestseller.