"Essentially, the Elliot Wave Principle is a system of empirically derived rules for interpreting action in major stock market averages": First edition of Frost and Prechter's Elliot Wave Principle
Elliot Wave Principle: Key to Stock Market Profits.
Frost, A. J. and Robert R. Prechter, Jr. Introduction by Charles J. Collins.$450.00
Item Number: 88079
New York: New Classics Library, 1978.
First edition of financial analysts A.J. Frost and Robert R. Prechter’s definitive text on investment strategy. Octavo, original cloth. Fine in a near fine dust jacket with some rubbing to the extremities. A nice example of this investment classic.
Used to analyze financial market cycles and forecast trends, The Elliot Wave Principle was first summarized in Financial World Magazine in 1939, and later rediscovered by Merrill Lynch market forecaster Robert Prechter in the mid 1970s. In collaboration with A.J. Frost of the Financial News Network, Prechter's The Elliot Wave Principle swiftly became a classic investment text and one of the "four Bibles of the business" according to American billionaire commodity trader Paul Tudor Jones.