Zachary Mannes

Senior Analyst, US Equities,

  • Senior Analyst at (EWT)
  • Co-Host of Stock Waves on EWT and Seeking Alpha
  • Popular Speaker and Educator on Individual Stocks

About Zachary

Zachary Mannes is co-host of the Stock Waves & Mining Stocks servicewithin the, providing wave alerts and trade set-ups on individual stocks as well as the Miners Model PortfolioHe also co-hosts the site's weekly Beginners Circle Webinar for new members. One of the founding members of the EWT site, Mr. Mannes began working in finance as an investment adviser in 2008, and adopted Elliott Wave Theory. He continues to push the boundaries on how sentiment drives the perception of fundamentals and how some fundamentals can influence sentiment, while focusing on a bottom up micro approach filtering through charts & Elliott Wave counts on hundreds of individual stocks.

Zachary's Articles

We generally chart the regular NASDAQ— the NDX, QQQ, and the futures— but when you consider that a mere five momentum names, affectionately given the acronym FAANG

Zachary's Videos

Join ElliottWaveTrader senior analysts Zac Mannes and Garrett Patten as they share their outlook on metals, including copper & platinum, as well as some of the agricultural softs and some projections for miners over the coming year or so.

Join Garret Patten and Zac Mannes of Stock Waves to learn how they use Elliott Wave to stay on top of rotation opportunities between sector ETFs and get clues as to what the broad market will do.

Join ElliottWaveTrader senior analysts Michael Golembesky and Zac Mannes for an overview of the markets, in which Mike will focus on the bigger picture as seen in the equity index charts, while Zac will home in on sectors and individual stocks that align with Mike's big-picture analysis.
Zachary Mannes, senior analyst at ElliottWaveTrader and host of Stock Waves, demonstrates how stocks with astonishing consistency tend to conform to predictable price patterns after their Initial Public Offerings. Zac illustrates how these wave patterns are identified with current examples of set-ups and how they can be expected to play out.