Enjoy 8 Free Chapters from Robert Prechter’s Conquer the Crash

By Editorial Staff In 2002, Elliott Wave International's president Robert Prechter published his New York Times and Wall Street Journal business best-seller Conquer the Crash, a prescient book that explained why a financial crisis was inevitable and predicted almost exactly how it would unfold. Now in the 2nd edition,...

Goldman Sachs Charged With Fraud: Who Could Have Guessed? Part III

By Elliott Wave International In the November 2009 issue of Elliott Wave International's monthly Elliott Wave Financial Forecast, co-editors Steven Hochberg and Peter Kendall published a careful study of Goldman Sachs history — and made a sobering forecast for its future. In this special three-part series, we will release...

Goldman Sachs Charged With Fraud: Who Could Have Guessed? Part 1

By Vadim Pokhlebkin April 16, (Reuters) – Goldman Sachs Group Inc was charged with fraud on Friday by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in the structuring and marketing of a debt product tied to subprime mortgages. Shocked? Most of the subscribers to Elliott Wave International's monthly Elliott Wave...

Blaming “Market Manipulators” For Losses is a Huge Obstacle to Success

By Editorial Staff In 1984, Elliott Wave International's founder and president Robert Prechter won the U.S. Trading Championship, setting a new all-time profit record of 444.4% in a monitored real-money options account in 4 months. In the average 4-month contest, over 75% of contestants, mostly professionals, fail to report...

Deflationary Crash?

What makes stocks rise? What makes steady Employment? What makes home prices increase? Social mood is what drives the markets, the economy, politics and the culture: http://www.tradingstocks.net/html/socionomics.html Early in the game when debt levels are down, as the social mood improves in capitalist economies, people start borrowing to create a good...

What You Can Learn From a Multi-Millionaire Who Understood Market Psychology

By Elliott Wave International How much do you know about Bernard Baruch? He's mentioned in the foreword of The Elliott Wave Principle – Key To Market Behavior, A.J. Frost's and Robert Prechter's definitive book on wave analysis (emphasis added): "Baruch, a multimillionaire through stock market operation and adviser to...