"The forecasts in Conquer the Crash continue to be uncannily accurate. Look out below as the rest become reality." Jim Puplava, host, financialsense.com ____________
A year after Conquer the Crash published, stock markets around the world fell precipitously. The rebound of the last six months has convinced some that we are leaving the bear market behind and entering a bull market and economic boom. In this expanded and updated Second Edition of the New York Times bestseller, Prechter returns to provide answers as to what lies ahead. He provides updated economic and market analysis, shows you how to take steps to protect, survive, and prosper and asks, contrary to what most market analysts believe, whether the depression is truly at an end? The expanded and updated edition includes a new 50 page supplement plus current Safety Sources. Written by a leading expert on investing in bear markets, this book is a timely and insightful guide for anyone looking to protect and make money in today's financial markets.
Praise for the first edition:
"...I am saying that this is 'must reading' for anyone who has even the slightest interest in the stock market and his or her own investing."
Richard Russel, Dow Theory Letters
"Prechter's understanding of technical, contrary and economic analysis is exceptional"
Lawrence G. MacMillan, The Option Strategist
"All investors imbued with the idea that stocks should be bought and held forever should read this book."
Charlie Minter and Marty Weiner, Comstock Partners, Inc.
"Conquer the Crash provides disciplined investors with a map, compass and survival guide. Don't leave home without it."
Henry Van der Eb, The P.Q. Wall Forecast
"A compelling exposition of how both the mechanics and the psychology of the business cycle can be encapsulated in market analysis."
Sean Corrigan, Capital-Insight.com
"Prechter knows the facts like few others. Read this forceful argument carefully. It can save you from financial loss."
James R. Cook, President, Investment Rarities
"...required reading for anyone who wants to enhance his or her prospects for the years ahead."
Timothy Bost, Editor, Financial Cycles