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Fear, greed and ego push traders to jump into the market too soon all the time – only to quickly regret it. Watch our Trader's Classroom instructor Jeffrey Kennedy show you a simple Elliott wave technique that helps you wait for the right moment (ROKU in focus).
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Get instant access to the online version of this Wall Street bestseller. Now in its 40th year, Elliott Wave Principle is one of the most popular market analysis books ever published. Amazon reviewers say, "Still the Classic and Essential Text for Elliott Wave Trading" and "This is the bible of the theory."
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Usually, traders jump into a trade too soon for the fear of missing out. FOMO is a powerful motivator indeed, but watch our Trader's Classroom instructor show you how Elliott wave analysis helps you time your entries with patience and precision. (Stock in focus: CREE.)