MONTHLY SINCE 1979 The Elliott Wave Theorist
Robert Prechter, Elliott Wave International's founder and president, has been publishing the Theorist continuously, every month, since 1979. Stocks, bonds, credit, debt, inflation/deflation, social trends... the topics you'll see in the Theorist vary.
Together, they help you see the all-important big picture. That is what makes each new issue a must-read for every investor, trader -- and thinker.
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Prechter still writes every issue
Bob Prechter writes and edits each issue of the Theorist himself. You can expect a new Theorist around the middle of each month. The specific topics vary -- and are almost always a surprise. As he puts it, a given Theorist contains the information and analysis he thinks his subscribers need to know right then.
Over many years, Prechter has expanded R.N. Elliott's original theory beyond the markets, into the field known as socionomics, the study of social mood and its impacts.
In fact, some of the most interesting Theorists focus on how the same social mood that drives the markets also impacts our culture, politics and social life.
Often, Bob times a new Theorist at an important juncture in the markets. And between monthly issues, you get occasional Interim Reports -- which Bob releases if there is an urgent market development to update you on.
Every new Theorist is a compelling read, which explains why it continues to gain new fans every year.
Original, thought-provoking insights -- on your screen, once a month
Elliott Wave Theorist subscribers are a discerning crowd. They look forward to setting aside 20 minutes each month -- and having their thinking expanded and, sometimes, challenged.
Every new Theorist gives you well-researched, thought-provoking insights that help you better understand today's trends and turns.
Every new Theorist is 10 pages you'll look forward to reading each month.
Most subscribers get The Theorist as part of our comprehensive investor-focused Financial Forecast Service. You can also subscribe to it by itself, at a still-affordable premium.