Learn how to forecast the market with Elliott Wave Theory In Applying Elliott Wave Theory Profitably author Steven Poser shows readers how to trade using Elliott Wave Theory-a powerful technical analysis tool used to forecast the stock market-through easy-to-follow trading strategies, while offering clear explanations on how to interpret this method's numerous patterns. Step-by-step guidance breaks down the Elliott Wave Theory and provides strategies that a trader can put into action along with a complete explanation of how and why the Elliott Wave Theory works. Applying Elliott Wave Theory Profitably shows readers where to look for external clues, and how to use these to improve their trading performance. Steven W. Poser (Upper Saddle River, NJ) is President and founder of Poser Global Market Strategies Inc., an international stock, bond, and currency markets trading advisory firm. Mr. Poser publishes a daily newsletter that covers these markets from a technical and fundamental perspective. He holds a post-MBA degree in finance, as well as an MBA in economics and a BA in mathematics and computer science.
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Author Biography - Steven W. Poser
Steven W. Poser is President and founder of Poser Global Market Strategies Inc. (www.poserglobal.com), an international stock, bond, and currency markets trading advisory firm. Mr. Poser publishes a daily newsletter, which covers these markets from a technical and fundamental perspective. He is also the Editor of The ETF Authority, which specializes in analysis of exchange-traded funds. Mr. Poser is an educator as well, and provides custom technical analysis training to individuals and corporations. He is regularly quoted by the financial press and has been a frequent guest on CNBC, CNNfn, and Reuters Financial Television. His clients include many of the largest institutional trading desks, mutual funds, and hedge funds, as well as a coterie of retail accounts.