Market Analysis for the New Millennium
Ground-breaking Essays by 13 Authors
Market Analysis for the New Millennium foreshadows sweeping changes in market analysis for the twenty-first century and beyond. Featuring ground-breaking essays by 13 authors, this book builds a compelling case and shows you the evidence that will change the way you view financial markets and market analysis.
- Format: Book | 312 pages
- Edited By: Robert Prechter
Learn what's really going on in the markets
The entire premise of conventional analysis – that social events drive market events – is erroneous. That's why conventional analysts continuously encourage you to do the wrong thing at the wrong time and then scramble to explain market action after the fact.
Market Analysis in the New Millennium lights the way professionals should conduct financial analysis. The thirteen contributors understand what's really going on in the markets. Collectively, they tear down convention and build a powerful case for a brand new way.
There is a common thread running through each of the essays in this book. Right now, those who espouse this view are in the minority. This volume brings hope that the right kind of market analysis will rise to prominence in the new millennium.
This volume includes classic issues of our publications as well as many new pieces. Here's part of what you'll find:
- New Studies in the Wave Principle and other studies in market analysis that reveal the latest findings in the field
- Fascinating essays on finance and philosophy to give you a deeper understanding of how markets really work
- Insight into investment manias so you don't get swept up and away with the crowd
- Requirements for successful forecasting and speculation to guide you as you put your newfound knowledge to work in the markets
Meet Your Editor
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.