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More About Peter Kendall
Peter Kendall has been a market analyst and editor at Elliott Wave International since 1992. In 1996, he edited Prechter’s Perspective, a series of interviews drawn from Robert Prechter’s media commentary. In addition to charting the course of the financial markets, he places the markets within the larger context of big-picture Elliott wave trends in social mood. From the heights of skyscrapers and hemlines to the depths of disco and punk rock, Peter’s insights show EWI’s subscribers why these trends are part and parcel of patterned and predictable Elliott waves. Together with Steven Hochberg, Peter co-edits our monthly Elliott Wave Financial Forecastand on occasion contributes to our U.S. Short Term Update. In 2009, together with Robert Prechter, he co-authored The Mania Chronicles.
More About Steven Hochberg
Steven Hochberg’s analysis keeps subscribers ahead of the trends in U.S. stock indexes, as well as global indexes, bonds, precious metals, the U.S. dollar and the economy. He co-edits our flagship monthly Elliott Wave Financial Forecast and edits our Monday-Wednesday-Friday Short Term Update. One of the world’s foremost experts in Elliott wave forecasting, Steven is a sought-after speaker interviewed numerous times for his market views by Barron’s, Bloomberg, CNBC, MSNBC, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post and other media outlets. Steven began his career at Merrill Lynch and joined EWI in 1994.
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Murray Gunn, MSTA, CFTe, CEWA, is Head of Global Research at Elliott Wave International. He worked as a fund manager in global bonds, currencies and stocks, including long posts at Standard Life Investments and the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority. Prior to joining EWI, he was Head of Technical Analysis at HSBC Bank. Murray is the author of the 2009 book Trading Regime Analysis and a contributor to Socionomic Studies of Society and Culture (Socionomics Institute Press, 2017). Murray is at the helm of EWI’s Global Rates & Money Flows and The European Short Term Update, while also providing commentary for Global Market Perspective.
More About Chris Carolan
Chris Carolan is a pioneer in his field and 1998 recipient of the Charles Dow Award for excellence and creativity in technical analysis. He excels at keeping you abreast of the patterns and opportunities in Asian-Pacific markets in his Asian-Pacific Short Term Update. He also often comments on bond and foreign exchange markets, unfolding news stories that relate to social mood, the Wave Principle and worldwide trends that impact Asian regions.
More About Mark Galasiewski
Mark Galasiewski (gala-SHEV-ski) began his analytical career in 2001, researching fundamentals of listed stocks at an institutional brokerage in Stamford, Connecticut. Since joining EWI, Mark has presented at several investment conferences in Asia and has been interviewed by and featured in major media outlets such as Bloomberg TV Asia, India’s CNBC TV-18 and ET Now, the South China Morning Post, Bloomberg newswire, Dow Jones Asia newswire, Barron’s, Forbes, and Press Trust India. Mark has a degree in East Asian Studies and lived for six years during the 1990s in Japan. He is fluent in Japanese and conversant in Mandarin Chinese. Mark joined EWI in 2005 and has been editor of The Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast since 2008.
More About Ivelin “Ivo” Zhelev
Ivelin “Ivo” Zhelev, CEWA, has been involved in the financial markets since 2011. He co-founded and managed a company providing weekly wave outlooks for the major forex pairs and major stock indexes, and was a contributor to two books published by Academic Publishing House “Tsenov” – Svishtov, “Capital Optimization” and “Debt Management.” He currently provides analysis and forecasts for global interest rates in EWI’s Pro Services.
More About Murat Yilmaz
Murat Yilmaz, CEWA, began publishing his own Elliott wave and other technical analysis online in 2002, and later went on to manage major software development projects in several industries, including finance. He joined EWI in 2013, and now provides intraday forecasts and analysis for the European stock indexes in EWI’s Pro Services.
More About Brian Whitmer
Brian Whitmer was a civil engineer in another life, so he’s got a good sense of how things are constructed. Applying that skill set, he deconstructs today’s sundry financial vehicles, like CDOs, meme stocks, subprime mortgages, SPACs, et al, and contextualizes them for his subscribers in the monthly European Financial Forecast and the European stock section of Global Market Perspective. He’s also got a bit of wanderlust and is currently traveling around the world for a first-hand, boots-on-the-ground feel for what’s really going on.
More About Jason Soni
Jason Soni, CEWA, began his journey with financial markets in 1999 as a private investor. He became a proponent of technical analysis in 2005 and quickly adopted the Wave Principle in 2006. Prior to joining EWI in 2020, Jason spent 10 years guiding subscribers with daily wave analysis covering markets such as stocks, forex and commodities. Today, Jason provides commentary for more than 20 currency and cryptocurrency markets in EWI’s Pro Services, and is a regular contributor to Crypto Trader’s Classroom.
More About Robert R. Prechter
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.
More About Tom Prindaville
Tom Prindaville has spent more than 32 years studying market action and trading commodities and equity futures, which has led him to some unique ways of analyzing market action. He developed a proprietary technique of projecting a matrix of support and resistance levels which acts as a useful overlay for counting and projecting Elliott waves. Tom joined EWI in 2000, where he now provides fast-paced Intraday forecasts for U. S. stock indexes based on his proprietary method and the Elliott wave principle in EWI’s Fibonacci Matrix Service.
More About Favio Poci
Favio Poci, CEWA, got his start in financial markets in 2014 as an intern in the currency reserve department at the Central Bank of Albania. He was later trained as an Institutional trader with the SMB Capital futures desk before becoming a Senior Retention Agent with a Swiss FX brokerage where he provided daily coverage on the G10 FX cross rates. He went on to found and manage a website focused on teaching the practical application of the Wave Principle. Favio is now the primary Currency Cross Rates analyst for EWI’s Pro Services.
More About Jim Martens
A 35-year market veteran, Jim Martens has taught Elliott waves at dozens of trading seminars around the world and has always enjoyed interacting with subscribers. Jim began his study of R.N. Elliott’s Wave Principle in the mid-1980s, which led to a position with Sabin Commodities at the Commodity Exchange Center in New York. He joined EWI in 1993 and soon became the editor EWI’s Currency Outlook of our Currency & Commodities Forecast. In 2000, Jim accepted an invitation to join Nexus Capital Ltd. as their Chief Technical Analyst. He returned to EWI in 2004 to lead our FX and cryptocurrency teams. Jim now runs our Commodities Pro Service and Commodity Junctures.
More About Michael Madden
Michael Madden, CMT, CFTe, CEWA, is founder of ElliottWaveIreland and the co-head of the Market Technicians Association (Irish Chapter). He joined EWI’s Pro Services team in 2014, initially covering interest rates; he now provides forecasts and analysis for more than 20 currency and cryptocurrency markets in EWI’s Currency Pro Service and is a regular contributor to the monthly Global Market Perspective and the newly launched Crypto Trader’s Classroom.
More About Nady Laymoud
Nady Laymoud, CEWA-M, has been providing intensive Elliott wave analysis of multiple markets since 2009. His deep understanding and precise application of the Wave Principle helped Nady earn not only his Masters-level certification but also his new role as Program Administrator for CEWA. Nady also delivers timely forecasts and analysis for U.S. and global interest rates in EWI’s Pro Services.
More About Robert Kelley
Robert Kelley, CEWA, joined EWI in 1990 and edited The Elliott Wave Short Term Update, the Currency and Commodity Hotline and the currency section of The Elliott Wave Currency and Commodity Forecast newsletter. After many years of passionately studying and trading options, he has assembled and taught a multi-part options trading course for EWI. He now produces video lessons for EWI’s popular Trader’s Classroom, an educational service that shows subscribers how to trade with wave analysis and supporting technical methods. He also provides intraday analysis for U.S. stock indexes in EWI’s Pro Services.
More About John Hunter
T.W. John Hunter, CEWA, has been involved with international markets since 1981. His career started at Merrill Lynch International, which took him to New York, London, Paris, Tokyo and San Francisco. He went on to work with Riyadh Bank in Saudi Arabia, BofA in San Francisco, Reuters in NYC, and two electronic trading start-ups. He joined EWI in 2004, where he currently provides intraday analysis for the Asian-Pacific Stocks Pro Service and Extended Hours U.S. Stocks Pro Service.
More About Al Graham
Al Graham joined EWI in 1992 to help launch around-the-clock coverage for EWI’s Pro Services. He began editing the Energy Pro Service, which he covered into 1999, and later took on the U.S. and Asian-Pacific Intraday Stocks Pro Services. Prior to joining EWI, Al performed an analyst role and later a broker/analyst role with Clayton Brokerage Co. of St. Louis, and for several years was also a member of Walter Bressert’s HALCO/Hal Commodity Cycles group. Al currently performs the role of fill-in analyst for all Pro Services as well as Commodity Junctures.
More About Tom Denham
Tom Denham pursued successful careers in healthcare, technology, and consulting before becoming a student of the Wave Principle and joining EWI in 2001. He served as Editor of the European Financial Forecast and European Short Term Update in the first years of those publications and has taught classes on how to trade with the Wave Principle. Tom enjoys explaining the nuances of how to apply the Wave Principle through the multiple videos and analysis he publishes each day on gold, silver and other metals for EWI’s Pro Services.
More About Steve Craig
Steve Craig, CEWA-M, has been involved with energy futures since their inception and credits Bob Prechter’s masterful stock market forecasts in the 1980s for the inspiration to make the leap from an Elliott wave student to ardent practitioner. Steve posts up-to-the-hour forecasts for EWI’s Energy Pro Service, and his broader take on oil and gas futures is featured each month in EWI’s Global Market Perspective.
More About Ignat Borisenko
Ignat Borisenko has been publishing Elliott wave analysis since 2004 for several financial companies and has created many highly popular Russian-language resources on the Wave Principle. He joined EWI in 2017 and has provided currency opportunities to subscribers of EWI’s Currency Pro Service, as well as fulfilling his current role as a fill-in analyst for our Pro Services.
More About Tony Carrion
Tony Carrion is a longtime Elliott wave specialist, investor and trader who jumped feet first into the dynamic world of Cryptocurrencies and has hardly come up for air. Prior to joining EWI, in 2000 Tony formed an independent online research service, and from 2008-2014 he worked as an analyst and trader for a New York-based hedge fund. Tony now covers more than 20 cryptocurrency and forex markets in EWI’s Pro Services and contributes video lessons for the newly launched Crypto Trader’s Classroom.
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Since 2005, the Socionomics Institute has conducted research related to the Wave Principle and social mood. The Institute’s mission is to study how waves of social mood influence trends across society and culture, including in the financial markets, the economy, business, politics and popular culture. Visit the Socionomics Institute’s website to learn more.