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Prechter, Robert R(ougelot), Jr. 1949-

PRECHTER, Robert R(ougelot), Jr. 1949-

PERSONAL:

Male. Born March 25, 1949, in Schenectady, NY; son of Robert Rougelot Prechter. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: Yale University, B.A., 1971. Hobbies and other interests: Jet skiing.

ADDRESSES:

Office—Elliott Wave International, Inc., P.O. Box 1618, Gainesville, GA 30503. E-mail—[email protected]

CAREER:

Merrill Lynch, New York, NY, technical market specialist, 1975-79; Elliott Wave International, Gainesville, GA, president, 1979—. Foundation for the Study of Cycles, member of board of directors, 1997-2001; Socionomics Institute, founder and principal, 2002—.

MEMBER:

Market Technicians Association (chartered market technician; member of board of directors, 1982-91; president, 1990-91), Shakespeare-Oxford Society, Shakespeare fellowship.

AWARDS, HONORS:

U.S. Trading Championship, 1984, for "real-time, real-money options trading"; A. J. Frost Memorial Award, Canadian Society of Technical Analysts, 2000, for Introduction to the Wave Principle of Human Social Behavior; Hall of Fame Award, Traders Library, 2003, for Conquer the Crash: You Can Survive and Prosper in a Deflationary Depression.

WRITINGS:

(With A. J. Frost) Elliott Wave Principle: Key to Stock Market Profits, New Classics Library (Chappaqua, NY), 1978, 20th anniversary edition published as Elliott Wave Principle: Key to Market Behavior, New Classics Library (Gainesville, GA), 1998.

(Editor and author of biography and foreword) The Major Works of R. N. Elliott, New Classics Library (Chappaqua, NY), 1980.

A Turn in the Tidal Wave, New Classics Library (Gainesville, GA), 1989. (Editor and author of foreword) R. N. Elliott's Market

Letters, 1938-1946, New Classics Library (Gainesville, GA), 1993.

(Editor and author of biography and foreword) R. N. Elliott's Masterworks: The Definitive Edition, New Classics Library (Gainesville, GA), 1994.

At the Crest of the Tidal Wave: A Forecast for the Great Bear Market, New Classics Library (Gainesville, GA), 1995, abridged edition, John Wiley (New York, NY), 1997, Year 2000 edition, New Classics Library (Gainesville, GA), 2001.

Prechter's Perspective, edited by Peter Kendall, New Classics Library (Gainesville, GA), 1996.

(Editor) The Elliott Wave Writings of A. J. Frost and Richard Russell, New Classics Library (Gainesville, GA), 1996.

Introduction to the Wave Principle of Human Social Behavior, New Classics Library (Gainesville, GA), 1998.

The Wave Principle of Human Social Behavior and the New Science of Socionomics, New Classics Library (Gainesville, GA), 1999.

Socionomics: The Science of History and Social Prediction, New Classics Library (Gainesville, GA), 1999.

Market Analysis for the New Millennium, New Classics Library (Gainesville, GA), 2002.

Conquer the Crash: You Can Survive and Prosper in a Deflationary Depression, John Wiley (New York, NY), 2002.

You Can Survive and Prosper in a Deflationary Crash and Depression, New Classics Library (Gainesville, GA), 2002.

Beautiful Pictures: From the Gallery of Phinance, New Classics Library (Gainesville, GA), 2003.

Pioneering Studies in Socionomics, Elliott Wave International (Gainesville, GA), 2003.

View from the Top of the Grand Supercycle, New Classics Library (Gainesville, GA), 2003.

Author of "Prechter's Global Market Perspective," a monthly commentary for Elliott Wave Theorist.

SIDELIGHTS:

Robert R. Prechter told CA: "I am attempting to create a revolution in the social sciences by elucidating the proper causality between social mood and social action."

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:

PERIODICALS

Business Record, August 12, 2002, review of Conquer the Crash: You Can Survive and Prosper in a Deflationary Depression, p. 23.

Futures, September, 2002, Susan Abbott Gidel, review of Conquer the Crash, p. 78.

International Herald Tribune, March 22, 1997, interview by Conrad De Aenlle, p. 17.

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