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The Elliott Wave Principle

The Wave Principle was a stunning discovery made after years of research and testing by its founder Ralph Nelson Elliott.  Those who successfully master its application in trading never look at the market again in quite the same way.  They find themselves profitably well ahead of those who chase headlines, or strictly follow "fundamentals,"  without an appreciation for the most fundamental determinant of market action - investor psychology.  

Our bookshop is divided into three sections, (1) the practical use of Elliott Wave and Fibonacci Models in trading; (2) the Wave Principle and its value in socio-economic and financial forecasting; (3) non-Elliott Wave books that we highly recommend.  

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Elliott Wave & Fibonacci Applied

Elliott Wave Principle: Key to Market Behavior - 10th Printing Edition (2005)
by Robert R. Prechter Jr., A. J. Frost
The latest edition of the investment classic includes notes from the 20th anniversary edition, a special foreword and refined text. 

Applying Elliott Wave Theory Profitably
by Steven W. Poser & Tony Plummer
Text presents a fresh approach to the Elliott Wave trading strategy. Explores how and why technical analysis works, and shows where Elliott Wave theory fits into that picture. Outlines how to build an efficient trading plan. 

Elliott Wave Simplified
by Clif Droke 
Easily understand and apply the theory and profit from the results! This book shows you how to: Combine Elliott Wave Theory with other technical analysis methods to produce optimal results; Utilize methods for anticipating, and profiting from, both long-term and short-term moves among listed stocks; and Gain from real-time examples of stock market forecast and analysis. 

R.N. Elliott's Masterworks: The Definitive Collection
Climb aboard a time machine to witness the origins and early application of the Elliott Wave Principle from the man who gave it its name.  Robert Prechter's magnificent compilation presents three ground-breaking works in which Elliott first described his discoveries to the world, plus a detailed biography, rare photos and more.

Market Analysis for the New Millennium
by Edited Robert R. Prechter Jr.
This "must have" work foreshadows sweeping changes in market analysis for the twenty-first century and beyond.  Most people are so accustomed to hearing that market action is driven by the latest announcement by the Fed or a recent political debacle that they no longer stop to think. Those who do think can only arrive at the conclusion that conventional market discourse is a waste of time. The entire premise of conventional analysis – that social events drive market events – is erroneous. That’s why conventional analysts are always encouraging you to do the wrong thing at the wrong time and scrambling to explain market action after the fact.   Market Analysis in the New Millennium lights the way professionals should be conducting financial analysis. The contributors understand what’s really going on in the markets. Collectively, these twelve authors tear down convention and build a powerful case for a brand new way.


Socio-Economic & Financial Writings on The Elliott Wave Principle

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Conquer the Crash: You Can Survive and Prosper in a Deflationary Depression - Expanded and Updated Edition
by Robert R. Prechter, Jr.
Don't miss this expanded edition of the original NY Times Best Seller, first published in 2002, and now updated through October 2003. Conquer the Crash was first completed at the stock market high of March 2002 and is now being republished at another peak in social optimism, with the stock market rallying, the Dow making new all-time highs, economists unanimously bullish, and commentators assuring us that another great bull market has just begun. If you think that all is well and your finances are safe, you should think again.  The same complacency has cost investors billions in scandalous losses from Wall Street darlings like Enron and WorldCom, mutual fund frauds, and overly optimistic investment managers recommending record-high equity allocations.  Don't get burned twice!   This expanded version of Conquer the Crash gives an additional 50 pages of updates to the stock market, deflation and economy. Prechter also includes up-to-date safety resources and strategies that alone are worth the price of the book.  Learn how to keep your money safe!   

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Socionomics: The Science of History and Social Prediction
by Robert R. Prechter, Jr.
In 1999, we were celebrating our heroes, the stock market had reached unprecedented heights - and many people believed that peace in the Middle East was at hand. Just three years later, the economy declined and corporate executives were being thrown in jail, the U.S. went to war in Iraq, and Americans are stocking supplies for terrorist attacks. What changed? And why? Is it possible that all of these events flow from the same cause? Best-selling author Robert Prechter’s new two-book set, Socionomics: The Science of History and Social Prediction, proposes a startlingly fresh answer. Prechter shows a historical correlation between patterned shifts in social mood and their most sensitive register, the stock market. He also presents engaging studies correlating social mood trends to music, sports, corporate culture, peace, war and macroeconomic trends. Socionomics: The Science of History and Social Prediction includes a 2nd edition of the book that started it all, The Wave Principle of Human Social Behavior and the New Science of Socionomics as well as his new title, Pioneering Studies in Socionomics, an accessible collection of the essays that founded a new basis for social science. Together, these books can transform your understanding of how our society works. It will even show you how to predict news trends months in advance.   Special Offer: The Socionomics set normally lists for $56, but you can own a brand new edition for only $23 though our special discounted offering on Amazon.comClick for ordering details.  

The Complete Elliott Wave Writings of A. Hamilton Bolton
One of the foremost practitioners of the Wave Principle, A. Hamilton Bolton ("Hammy" to his friends) was founder of the Bank Credit Analyst, a financial service that won international acclaim in the 1950s and 60s.  Both he and A.J. Frost are the bridge between the original discoveries of R.N. Elliott in the 1930s and the contemporary Elliott Wave work undertaken by Robert Prechter.  It was Bolton who not only predicted Dow 1000 five years before the fact, he predicted it to the exact year (1966).  With his broad, historical understanding of global finance, Bolton analyzes the warning signs of financial market collapses, and the effects of the over-extension of credit as precursors to deflationary conditions.  His writings of 40 and 50 years ago eerily resonate with conditions in today's financial markets.

At the Crest of the Tidal Wave
by Robert R. Prechter, Jr.
At the Crest of the Tidal Wave: A Forecast for the Great Bear Market presents overwhelming evidence for a coming historic turn – a turn that will cause catastrophic loss to the unprepared and great rewards to the prepared. This book challenges conventional wisdom like no volume ever before. At the Crest is perfect for all types of investors. Entire chapters are dedicated to the economy, bonds, collectibles, time and price considerations, long-term gold outlook, real estate, investor psychology and expectations for the great bear market. The Year 2000 edition includes over 50 new pages of charts updating this volume through December 2000. 

Beautiful Pictures from the Gallery of Phinance
by Robert R. Prechter Jr.
Economists have long insisted the market is "efficient" and "random," with no relationship between one move and the next. This logic suggests we can learn nothing from studying the stock market's past, and that its direction is impossible to forecast. So you can imagine how millions of investors would feel if they could see the striking similarities between a recent price chart of the Dow Jones Industrial Average -- and one from over 70 years ago. Robert Prechter illustrates this and more in his new book, Beautiful Pictures From the Gallery of Phinance. Chart after chart displays stunning relationships in both price and time that appear repeatedly over the decades -- and all according to a specific series of numbers called the Fibonacci sequence. The vast web of market similarities Prechter exposes in Beautiful Pictures presents the opportunity to understand patterns. Those who take advantage of that opportunity will discover a thrilling new market perspective. 

The Elliott Wave Writings of A.J. Frost & Richard Russell
by Edited Robert R. Prechter Jr.
A. J. Frost was A. Hamilton Bolton's successor as the reigning dean of the Wave Principle. Everything he ever published on the subject is in this book. In his 1967 and 1970 Elliott Wave supplements to The Bank Credit Analyst, Frost forecasts the ending level for the 1966-1974 bear markets in the Dow, to the point! The incomparable Richard Russell of Dow Theory Letters, who conferred often with Frost, brilliantly blazed the market's trail in the 1970s. Every word Russell wrote about the Wave Principle is here, including one of the greatest calls of all time: his recognition of the end of the bear market at the December 1974 low. (Hardback 234 pp.)

R.N. Elliott's Market Letters (1938-1946)
by Edited Robert R. Prechter Jr.
A unique word-for-word collection of R.N. Elliott's actual market letters, including the charts he used. Previously, this material was virtually unavailable, with the few rare copies circulating as barely readable photocopies. R.N. Elliott's Market Letters, 1938-1946, presents Elliott's real-time analysis and forecasts of market action, along with numerous essays on the application of the Wave Principle. Commentary throughout the book is extensively footnoted and cross-referenced by Bob Prechter. (Hardback, 234 pp.) 

Robert Prechter's Monthly Elliott Wave Theorist
One of the oldest continuously published market letters, Bob Prechter's EWT is dedicated to bringing you a unique perspective on today’s market activity. Get unparalleled insight into the sociological and psychological signals in the marketplace. Plus, you’ll discover all the latest developments in the new science of Socionomics – the study of mass psychology’s role in the marketplace and in society.  Click to learn more!

European Financial Forecast - Elliott Wave International
Edited by Tom Denham
With the European Financial Forecast Service, you get specific price forecasts, clearly labeled charts, incisive wave analysis and technical studies for Europe's top bourses and averages. It keeps you a step ahead of the markets and right on top of the opportunities in FTSE, CAC, EuroStoxx 50, DAX, SMI and Bund.  Includes Tom Denham's European Short Term Update every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Click to learn more! 

Other Recommended Reading

The New Fibonacci Trader: Tools and Strategies for Trading Success
by Robert Fischer, Jens Fischer
The New Fibonacci Trader and companion CD-ROM offer a powerful new arsenal of Fibonacci trading tools and software–WINPHI–to recognize patterns and predict swings. A recap of the core principles of Elliott Wave Theory and Fibonacci Ratio are discussed to present an overall framework for The New Fibonacci Trader. From here, Fibonacci expert Robert Fischer gets to the heart of the concept by examining six geometrical Fibonacci trading tools.

Trading the Ross Hook
by Joe Ross
Not Elliott Wave based, but a powerful and simple to use trading method that works effectively with the Wave Principle.  Especially powerful in trading Forex and Commodities.  Joe Ross, trader, author, and educator, has been an active trader since 1957. Since 1988, Joe has written seven major texts on futures trading. All have become classics.  The concepts shown in The Ross Hook are applicable in any market, and can be daytraded or position traded. You will find out exactly what Ross Hooks are. You will see their origins and what causes them to occur. You will be shown step-by-step how to identify them, and how to filter them so that you trade only the best hooks. You will be shown how to manage Ross Hook trades, how to manage risk, and how to manage your money when you trade these very lucrative market formations.

Martin Pring on Market Momentum
by Martin J. Pring 
This excellent book examines the principles underlying market momentum and discusses the advantages and disadvantages of various oscillators used to measure it. Written by one of the world's foremost technical analysts, the book breaks new ground in its in-depth discussion of stochastics, relative strength and the very popular MACD indicator. Pring's unique KST system combines oscillators and time cycles to produce very reliable trading signals. Topics include: Interpretation of momentum indicators; Characteristics of overbought and oversold markets; Trends analysis using momentum indicators; pros and cons of all major oscillators.  Learn to create your own momentum studies using Pring's formulas.

Option Volatility & Pricing: Advanced Trading Strategies and Techniques
by Sheldon Natenberg
One of the most widely read books among active option traders around the world, Option Volatility & Pricing has been completely updated to reflect the most current developments and trends in option products and trading strategies. Written in a clear, easy-to-understand fashion, Option Volatility & Pricing teaches you to use a wide variety of trading strategies and shows you how to select the strategy that best fits your view of market conditions and individual risk tolerance. New sections include: Expanded coverage of stock options; Strategies for stock index futures and options; A broader, more in-depth discussion of volatility; Analysis of volatility skews; Intermarket spreading with options. 

Irrational Exuberance
by Robert J. Shiller
With a new Afterword on the current state of the stock market, the ongoing debate over the "new economy" and the larger implications of "irrational exuberance." In this controversial, hard-hitting account of today's explosive market, Robert J. Shiller, a leading expert on market volatility, evokes Alan Greenspan's infamous 1996 reference irrational exuberance to explain the alternately soaring and declining stock market. Shiller's unconventional yet persuasive argument credits an unprecedented confluence of events with driving stocks to uncharted heights, and he analyzes the structural, cultural, and psychological factors behind these levels of growth not reflected in any other sector of the economy. Now more relevant than ever, this analysis is both chilling and convincing -- a must-read for the individual investor, the policy maker, and the investment professional. 

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