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Praise for New Classics Library titles:
“Prechter can take credit as the godfather of the modern deflation theory.” — Kirk Washington, Benchmark magazine
“Reading this book today, it seems as if Prechter had a crystal ball. That’s why his current view of the market is so compelling….He says the ‘credit implosion’ is not finished. Much like Japan, he predicts, we’ll have to live through a long period of declining assets, summed up in one word: deflation.” — Terry Savage, Chicago Sun Times
“After I read the book, I gave it to my wife to read and then ordered a copy for each one of my three sons. I urge all investors to read this book to understand what is ahead of us. Then read it to prepare yourself financially to weather the storms that are surely coming.” — Jim Puplava, FinancialSense.com
“This is a definite, excellent book on Elliott, and I recommend it to all who have an interest in the Wave Principle. — Richard Russell, Dow Theory Letters
“In a third of a lifetime in this business, this was the first time I really understood Elliott, and this is certainly the first book on Elliott that I could recommend. All of the methods that Prechter has used so successfully are fully described in this book.” — The Professional Investor
“This is unquestionably a ground-breaking work whose audacious arguments can only be described as stunning and revolutionary in intent and scope.” — Roman Franko, Ph.D. Comparative Politics, Market analyst for the National Post and Dundee Securities; former lecturer, Queen’s University Contributor, Canadian Securities Institute’s Technical Analysis courseMember, Canadian Society of Technical analysts
“Revolutionary! This book completely turns around the conventional direction of causality between financial markets and social moods and behaviors. This is a path-breaking work that will be seen as the vanguard for an entirely different view of social and behavioral phenomena.” — John Casti, Ph.D., Professor, Santa Fe Institute and Technical University of Vienna, Austria – Author of Mood Matters, Complexification and One True Platonic Heaven“: A Scientific Fiction of the Limits of Knowledge
“In Pioneering Studies in Socionomics, Robert Prechter has made a strong argument that socionomics describes social and economic behavior better than traditional economic theories. More importantly, he argues that it provides more useful predictions. He presents a very compelling case.” — John Nofsinger, Ph.D, Assistant Professor of Finance, Washington State University, Pullman, WA – Author of Investment Madness: How Psychology Affects Your Investing…And What To Do About It
“An impressive volume from cover to cover. Prechter’s knowledge of the subject shows clearly in putting together this new volume. — Futures Magazine
“Prechter’s elaborate footnoting, clarifying statements and cross-references are absolutely necessary to understand fully what Elliott had to say.” — Robert J. Nurock, Barron’s